Graduate school completion requirements and degrees

Graduate school grades are assessed using a comprehensive assessment score with a maximum of 100. Comprehensive assessment scores, grades and final decisions follow the same format as the undergraduate program.
Completion requirements for Graduate School Master's Courses and First Doctoral Courses include enrollment in the applicable course for the standard length of the course or longer, acquisition of the prescribed amount of credits from compulsory subjects and elective compulsory subjects, the acquisition of the required research supervision, and the submission of a master's thesis or passing a screening of a special task or exam.

Completion requirements for Graduate School Second Doctoral Courses include enrollment in the applicable course for three or more years, the acquisition of the required research supervision, and the acceptance of your doctoral thesis and passing an exam.

Degrees

The degrees available in each graduate school program are shown in Table 6-16.

Degrees conferred
Program Master of Doctor of
Mechanical Engineering Engineering Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering Engineering Engineering
Information and Computer Engineering Engineering Engineering
Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering Engineering
System Design Engineering Engineering Engineering or Arts
Bioscience and Applied Chemistry Science and Engineering Science and Engineering
Architecture Engineering Engineering
Synthesized Engineering Engineering Engineering
Business Architecture Engineering or Business and IT Management
Systems for Intellectual Creation Engineering or Arts
Clinical Psychology Arts in Psychology
Innovation Management Business Administration or Intellectual Property Management