In the Graduate Major in Mathematical and Computing Science, related courses are grouped into categories to provide systematic and specialized learning according to students' level of learning and achievement.
Based on their basic knowledge of mathematics, applied mathematics, and computing science gained in the Undergraduate Program students can systematically study continuous and discreet mathematics, probability and statistics and their developing application, as well as more advanced knowledge and technology based on the newest research related to computing theory and practical applications. The program is structured to enable students to deepen their expertise and increase their practical and creative skills by performing their own research in Research Seminars, special experiments and exercises, and their master's thesis research.
*1 Indicates the standard model where the master's program is completed in two years.
Students can improve their communication skills in English Presentation Courses, and practical technology skills in Internship Courses . Additionally, the Mathematical and Computing Science Forum Courses are provided to enable students to broaden their vision; they allow students to experience planning and carrying out events by themselves, such as doctoral students' technological exchange meetings and lectures by visiting faculty. The curriculum is structured to enable students to develop their specialization and enhance creative skills through Research Seminars and doctoral thesis research.
*2Indicates the standard model where the Doctoral Program is completed in three years.