The Graduate Major in Electrical and Electronic Engineering curriculum is built around courses that are grouped into categories and structured in a way that allows students to learn systematically according to their levels and achievements.
Building on the fundamental knowledge of electrical and electronic engineering learned in the Undergraduate Program, knowledge and technologies related to electromagnetic waves and communication, electric power, integrated circuits, devices, and material properties that are more cutting-edge and based on the newest research can be learned systematically. Furthermore, the curriculum is structured such that students can deepen their specialization and increase their creativity by performing research on their own for the Research Seminars and master's thesis research.
*1 Indicates the standard model where the master's program is completed in two years.
The curriculum for the Doctoral Program is based on the advanced specialized knowledge of electrical and electronic engineering acquired and creative skills developed in the Master's Program. Its structure allows many new skills to be obtained while developing those that have already been acquired. In the doctoral thesis research and Research Seminars, students acquire practical and superior problem defining skills, problem-solving skills, knowledge of specialized fields, and creative skills by carrying out top-level research. Students learn to see things from a global perspective, as well as gain presentation skills and teaching skills through our Research-Related Courses, and in the Graduate Major Courses, students are taught to see things with a broad perspective and understand related areas of study.
*2Indicates the standard model where the Doctoral Program is completed in three years.