How should nuclear power be used in the future? How can radiation, which is already used for cancer treatments, be used more effectively? In order to answer this question, the Graduate Major in Nuclear Engineering teaches students to systematically learn and conduct research on nuclear engineering, its use, radiation, and the science involved.
In the Master's Program, we aim to cultivate researchers and engineers who have advanced specialized knowledge of nuclear engineering, have a sense of social responsibility regarding research, development, and utilization of nuclear engineering, have international communication skills, and who support the development of safe nuclear engineering technology that harmonizes with society and the environment.
In the Doctoral Program, we aim to cultivate individuals who have advanced specialized knowledge of nuclear engineering, have a sense of social responsibility regarding the research, development, and utilization of nuclear engineering, are successful international leaders, and who pioneer new fields.
Potential Employers for Graduates
Toshiba Energy Systems / Tokyo Electric Power Company / Hitachi / Mitsubishi Heavy Industries / Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited / Japan Atomic Energy Agency / Nissan Motor / Nuclear Regulation Authority / Nuclear Fuel Transport / Toyota Motor Corporation / Shikoku Electric Power Group / Konica Minolta / Toyo Engineering Corporation / JGC Corporation / Mitsubishi Materials / Nomura Research Institute / Nomura Securities / Fujitsu / Micron Memory Japan / Mizuho Securities / Mitsubishi Electric / Japan Atomic Power Company / Yokogawa Electric / PwC Consulting / Canon / Siemens / Taiyo Nippon Sanso / JGC Holdings / IBM Japan / Mizuho Research Institute / Murata Manufacturing Company / AGC / IHI / JFE Engineering / Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry / National Institutes for Quantum Science and Technology