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(1) Those who have acquired the basic ability necessary to study engineering and science.
(2) Those who have an interest in energy and environmental problems, new innovations and the creation of new materials and devices, or significant social issues such as the declining birth rate/aging population and planning for natural disasters and also have the ability to be assertive in learning by oneself.
(3) Those who have a desire to contribute to global or community development as a researcher or an engineer.
The policies of each department can be found below.
①Those who have the basic academic ability required in order to study life science, particularly a sufficient knowledge of chemistry and biology, as well as a sufficient ability in languages, such as Japanese and English.
②Those who are able to maintain an interest in all sciences, particularly life science.
③Those who possess a strong sense of determination and can accomplish both study and research goals.
①Those who have an affinity toward physics and chemistry, and possess an active curiosity.
②Those who are interested in ascertaining the causes of chemical phenomena and utilizing chemistry in order to create new devices.
③Those who are interested in using metals, semiconductors, and ceramics in the development of advanced functional materials.
①Those who have an interest in reusable energy, light and electronic devices used industrial machinery and household appliances, information transmission technology and control systems, and a strong desire to become a leading-edge engineer or researcher
②Those who are considering addressing medical, welfare, environmental, disaster mitigation, etc. issues facing communities through information communication infrastructure, which is a collaboration between computers and man.
③Those who are attracted to the beauty and mystery of mathematics and theoretical physics, and have a strong desire to have an in-depth knowledge of the principles and mechanisms of nature, and are persistent in their studies.
①An engineer who learns the fundamentals of machinery, and answers the needs of society taking a proactive approach in contributing to the local community.
②An engineer who can take the environment and welfare of society into account in the building plans, design, construction and maintenance management techniques of society’s infrastructure, public facility structures.
③ An engineer who studies all areas of engineering from the fundamentals through to actual practice, and who can be proactive in contributing to society through creative innovation.
We are therefore, currently seeking prospective students who possess the following qualities and beliefs.
①Those who have an affinity for mathematics and physics, are motivated to learn, and have a desire to further their fundamental knowledge of engineering.
②Those who understand the need for a sustainable society, and have a desire to undertake creative machinery development.
③Those who have both a strong interest in the maintenance of infrastructure and the environment and public welfare.
④Those have personalities that shine, and at the same time possess an adaptability to groups (leadership, cooperativeness, ability to hold a dialogue)
⑤Those who have a desire to study machinery, space, electric, and information engineering and acquire a fundamental knowledge of engineering its applications
⑥Those who wish to further their practical skills and creativity through actual project implementation and pioneer new fields.