In the Architecture and Building Engineering graduate major, students build on their undergraduate training and gain further depth in a chosen field. Areas offered include architectural design, the history of architecture, architectural planning, structures and materials, environmental engineering and building services, and execution of construction. Through this program, students obtain the skills needed to contribute to society as leading architects, engineers, and researchers.
In the Master's Program, students gain expertise in architectural theory and a broad foundation in science and engineering. With these skills, they will be able to create cutting-edge architecture and contribute to solving the world's environmental and social challenges.
In the Doctoral Program, we train researchers, architects, and engineers who are able to engage in advanced research, innovation, and development, and who have the leadership skills to pursue solutions to the world's environmental and social challenges.
Potential Employers for Graduates
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism / Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry / Agency for Cultural Affairs / Kajima / Shimizu / Obayashi / Taisei / Takenaka / Nikken Sekkei / Nihon Sekkei / Kume Sekkei / Yamashita Sekkei / AXS Satow / MHS Planners, Architects and Engineers / Kozo Keikaku Engineering / Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal / JFE Steel / Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering / Asahi Kasei / Sekisui House / Daiwa House Industry / Sumitomo Forestry / Mitsubishi Estate / Mori Building / ITOCHU Techno-Solutions / Izumisohken Engineering / NTT Facilities / Tokyo Electric / JR East / JR Central