Information System Course
Information systems using information and communication technologies (ICT) are required in various fields such as production, economics, medical services, welfare, and education. The information system course will develop (1) engineers with fundamental academic ability and fundamental technical ability about information systems including computer software and hardware, information networks, and embedded systems, (2) practical engineers who contribute to improve people’s quality of life through development of information systems, (3) engineers who have technical knowledge about information systems and related fields and can flexibly respond to social needs. This course is housed in “the Division of Human and Welfare Engineering”. We aim to develop engineers who have technical knowledge about human and welfare engineering, and can work to solve problems such as an aging society from an information system perspective.
Therefore, this course welcomes students with the following qualities.
1) Students who like mathematics, science and languages and can voluntarily make a strong effort.
2) Students who are interested in information and communication devices such as computers and smartphones.
3) Students who want to make information systems to be useful for people.
1) To develop engineers who have fundamental academic and technical ability about information systems.
2) To develop practical engineers who contribute to improving people’s quality of life through the development of information systems.
3) To develop engineers who have technical knowledge about information systems and related fields and can flexibly respond to social needs.