Regular Courses (for 1st - 2nd grade students in 2017)

【Department of Social Design Engineering】

Through the 5-year consistent education, students at the Department of Social Design Engineering study their own specialized fields based on the wide variety of technological knowledge and skills.

That is, in the first two years all students learn common technological knowledge and skills together, then in the 3rd grade they are separated into five specialized courses (Energy and environment; Robotics; Information security; Civil Engineering, Architecture and Disaster Prevention; and Material and biotechnology courses) in which students learn to develop their abilities of creativity, judgment, team working, and problem-solving.

These five specialization courses are multi-/inter-disciplinary of traditional technology fields in which further interdisciplinary fusion is anticipated.

Regional collaborative education being included in the curriculum, the department fosters future-minded engineers to work effectively both in regional and global society.

 

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Energy and Environment Course

“Designing eco-friendly society”

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In this course, students study wide range of energies such as electrical and renewable/alternative energies which is to be the core of the recycling-oriented society, and learn the knowledge on energy saving, environment conservation and restoration in the eco-friendly society as well.

They are expected to play an important role in the new energies industry to lead the future, and develop such industry and design lifestyle in the regional society with abundant knowledge and skills.

 

 

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Robotics Course

“Designing socially beneficial robots”

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In this course, students study a wide range of robotics technologies that are expected to be helpful in areas such as welfare and medical services, disaster relief, the agriculture and food processing industries, and build knowledge on designing computer-controlled mechanical parts including sensors and motors as well.

They are expected to play an important role in the robotics industry in the future, and develop such industries and infrastructure design processes in the regional community with abundant knowledge and skills.

 

 

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Information Security Course

“Building secure information infrastructures”

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In this course, students study wide range of information science that are important in the highly information-oriented society from the basics to the application, and learn the knowledge on computer
Energy and Environment Course Robotics Course Information Security Course systems including network, software and hardware, and especially on the information security to build secure infrastructure as well.

Students are expected thereby to become specialists with interdisciplinary skills to design and contribute the realization of safe, secure and healthy life and quality society.

 

 

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Civil Engineering, Architecture and Disaster Prevention Course

“Designing safe and quality life”

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Studying in this course, students are expected to be an engineer who can perform planning and making of homes and communities as social foundation, by combining wide range of expertise mainly in civil engineering and architecture.

Also, students are expected to contribute the development of new disaster prevention technique and related industry and to be able to perform comprehensive environmental design from the global perspectives applying abundant knowledge in disaster prevention from earthquakes and deluges.

 

 

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Material and Biotechnology Course

“Serving people through performance materials and life science”

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In this course, students learn wide range of chemistry and biology from the basics to the application of them, and study knowledge and skills on the performance materials used in the fields of chemical, energy, environment, information and telecommunications, precision instruments, and so on, as well as on life science in which biotic power is applied in the fields of drug manufacturing, food, environment, and so on.

Students are expected thereby to design things useful for human beings and to contribute the development of industries related to new materials and life science for the future.