Academic Foundation Programs

Practical Engineering Education Program
Educational Objectives

Today, engineers are required to have innovation skills that are a balanced combination of professional expertise and practicality. This program aims to produce "engineers who think and act for themselves" and have practical innovation skills acquired through project design activities. During project activities done in groups, students learn various methods of innovation related to task identification, information collection and creation of ideas for problem solving, as well as verification of their ideas through production of works and experiments.

Educational Objectives of Subjects

Practical Engineering Education Program

Students learn in project teams how to identify problems, present specific solutions and verify the feasibility of those solutions. They improve their fundamental ability for practical innovation through feedback and brush-ups.


[1st year:1st term (first semester)]
Introduction to Project Design
[1st year: 2nd term (second semester)]
Project Design I
[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Project Design II
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Project Design / Implementation and Operation

Students acquire the basic knowledge and practical skills required for using computers appropriately and effectively. They learn about Windows, security measures, installation of hardware and software, and network setting. They also learn how to convey their thoughts and study results accurately through efficient information collection and organization.


[1st year:1st term (first semester)]
PC Operation Basics