Educational Goals

Educational Goals

(A)Good education and international minds

(A-1) Consideration: To be able to view the situation from a global and multifaceted perspective

(A-2) Ethical sense: To be able to recognize the role of technology in nature or society and be aware of their social responsibilities

(A-3) Communication skills: To be able to read and express themselves appropriately and smoothly

(B)Discipline-specific knowledge combined with interdisciplinary understanding

(B-1) Basic knowledge: To understand the basic subject matter of discipline-specific fields

(B-2) Technological expertise: To understand the content of discipline-specific fields

(B-3) Practice: To be able to understand the content of experiments or exercises to conduct them and discuss them

(B-4) Interdisciplinary technological knowledge: To have knowledge and skills of diverse fields with a vision of applying them in a compound approach

(C)Creativity and engineering design ability

(C-1) Problem-exploring ability: To be able to identify problems and understand their nature

(C-2) Problem-solving ability: To be able to solve problems using education and practical knowledge acquired

Production System Engineering Program

 Along with the establishment of the Advanced Engineering Course in 2001, the Production System Engineering Program has been launched as an engineering education program for our four-year education for the upper grade students of the regular course and advanced course students. This program, with the aim of providing distinguished engineers who meet the diverse needs of society, is designed in harmony with our regular course education principle that our students should be educated to be technological engineers characterized by creativity, diversification, interdisciplinarity and internationality, on the basis of extensive knowledge of basic technology as well as high culture.

The Image of Engineers to Be Developed

 This program aims to develop practical engineers in industrial production activities, including in mechanical, electrical, electronic and information, chemical science, and architectural engineering.  They should be able to find out issues in their own fields and address them from multiple perspectives, with an emphasis on design and manufacturing. They should also be equipped with a good sense to synthesize discipline-specific knowledge and interdisciplinary knowledge. Another aim of the program is to foster engineers who are ready to be involved in developing technology friendly both to humans and the environment, and flexibly deal with the current problems of the environment, food supply and energy.

 Students are considered to have completed this program by meeting the completion requirements for the Advanced Engineering Course