Our educational philosophy is to develop professionals who will aspire to realization of the harmony among members of human society, the natural environment and technology, and sustainability, who will propose new technologies/industrial structures from an international viewpoint, and who will be able to communicate effectively with both local and international communities. To put this philosophy into practice, we aim to nurture human resources who, as experts in chemical engineering, will have a wide range of perspectives and be able to play a key role in the global community. To achieve this objective, we are working to “produce professionals who will have the ability of flexible thinking and an inquisitive mind, who will have professional skills and the ability of ethical judgement that will help them develop world-leading technology in the fields related to chemical engineering, and who will be able to play a creative and leading role in those endeavors”.
Our fields are chemistry, biotechnology, and chemical engineering.
Students will learn specified topics systematically through a multiple of subjects so that they will grow into human resources who will be able to respond to social seeds (new technology owned by companies) in that particular field.
For more information on the curriculum, please refer to the Guidebook to Curriculum and Registration.
List of faculty members
The following specialists provide research and education support to students and help find solutions to student academic issues.
- List of faculty members of the Chemical Engineering Program