Curriculum

College of Engineering

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Educational Objectives

In this department, students acquire basic knowledge regarding electric circuits, electromagnetism and electronic circuits etc. and learn how to apply it to specific problems through physical and mathematical reasoning. They obtain basic knowledge regarding electrical and electronic measurement and experiments, computers and automatic control, developing the ability to actually perform control, measurement and analysis. In electrical engineering courses, students acquire basic knowledge related to electric energy and control technology, and the materials and devices that support this. In electronic engineering courses, students acquire basic knowledge related to electronics engineering, and the information transmission, acoustics and images used in it. We nurture students’ ability to propose and find solutions for new challenges in the fields of electrical and electronic engineering, and produce engineers with the virtues and engineering ethics of the Japanese. Our engineers are capable of technical discussion with engineers of varying generations, and aware of fields outside their specialty, allowing them to take on challenges creatively.

Educational Objectives of Subjects

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Engineering Basics
Students develop the ability to have technical discussions with electrical and electronic engineers of differing generations, based on the virtues and engineering ethics of the Japanese. They study Japanese and English expressions written in technical documentation within their field, and learn how to write logical compositions related to their field in Japanese.

Subjects

Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Academic Writing

Basics of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Students acquire basic knowledge regarding electricity, including electric circuits, electromagnetism and electronic circuits, and apply it to specific problems using physical and mathematical reasoning.

Subjects

Electric Circuits I
Electric Circuits II
Electric Circuits III
Electric Circuits IV (Electrical Engineering)
Electric Circuits IV (Electronic Engineering)
Electrical Drawing
Electromagnetism I
Electromagnetism II
Electromagnetism III
Electronic Circuits I
Electronic Circuits II
Electronic Engineering
Transient Theory

Basics of Control, Measurement and Computers
Students learn basic knowledge regarding electrical and electronic measurement and experiments, computers and automatic control, developing the ability to actually perform control, measurement and analysis.

Subjects

Programing Exercises for Electrical Engineers
Computer Engineering for Electrical Engineers
Electrical and Electronic Measurement
Automatic Control
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Experiments A
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Experiments B

(Electrical engineering course)
Applied Electric Power and Energy
Applied Electrical Machinery / Control
Applied Energy Materials / Devices
Students acquire basic knowledge related to electric energy and control technology, the materials and devices that support this, and how to apply this knowledge in the real world.

Subjects

High-Voltage Pulsed-Power Engineering
Generation of Electrical Energy
Transmission of Electrical Energy
Electrical Devices I
Electrical Devices II
Power Electronics
Physical Engineering
Electrical Materials
Semiconductor Engineering
Energy Device Engineering
Laws, Regulations, and Management for Electrical Facilities
Electric Power Application
Electric Design

((Electronic engineering course))
Applied Optical/Electronic Devices
Applied Transmission/Electromagnetic Waves
Applied Acoustics/Images
Students acquire basic knowledge related to electronics engineering, the information transmission, acoustics and images used in it, and how to apply this knowledge in the real world.

Subjects

Physical Engineering
Semiconductor Engineering
Electrical Materials
Optical and Electronic Device Engineering
Information Transmission Systems
Information Transmission Networks
Radio-frequency Engineering
Information Transmission Engineering
Communication Engineering
Introduction to Acoustics and Images
Acoustic Engineering
Acoustic and Visual Systems
Optical Information Engineering
Telecommunication Laws and Regulations

Integration
Students learn to independently propose and find solutions for new challenges in the field of electric and electronic engineering. In addition, they become aware of fields outside of electricity, allowing them to take on challenges creatively.

Subjects

Project Design / Introduction
Project Design I
Project Design II
Project Design / Implementation and Operation
Preparatory Seminar for Project Design III
Project Design III

Career Design
Students learn about business trends in the electric and electronics field, the types of engineers needed, the employment environment etc., while picturing their future career path and deciding which direction they should take.

Subjects

Career Planning Seminar I
Career Planning Seminar II