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JABEE Programs

In order to get a meaningful social evaluation, this college acquired an accreditation by Japan Accreditation Board for Engineering Education, so called JABEE. Therefore, the aim of our curriculum is to enhance the quality of education not only by undergraduate study but also by the advanced engineering course. Actually, the Electrical & Electronic Engineering Program and Civil & Environmental Engineering Program received the accreditation of JABEE in 2004, followed by Mechanical Engineering Program and Computer Engineering Program in 2005 whereby the students who completed the educational program were exempted from the first examination of a technological engineer and registered as an associate technological engineer.The Architectural Program received the accreditation of JABEE in 2006.

Furthermore, in this college each department provides significant educational program based on its own profession.

Learning and educational objectives of the Mechanical Engineering Program (Accreditation in 2005)

y`zContribution to society through manufacturing technology (Role in society)
(A1) To recognize the demands for engineers in the society, and to understand the relationship between mechanical engineering and society.
(A2) To realize the history of technological development in connection with society and culture.

yazAcquisition of knowledge to become an expert of engineering (Basic scholarship)
(B1) To obtain a basic knowledge through doing enough experimental studies and practical training.
(B2)To achieve enough fundamental knowledge of natural science and engineering.

yCzRecognition of problems and finding answers creatively and continuously (Ability to solve problems)
(C1) To point out the problems, and to plan the experimental method for solving, and then to obtain the answer.
(C2) To obtain the fundamental knowledge for finding the problem and proposing the solution.

yDzProposal of one’s own professional opinions and exchange technical information (Communication skill)
(D1) To express one’s own ideas through writing and speaking in Japanese properly, and also to do basic communication in English.
(D2) To effectively communicate one’s own ideas by use of oral talks, written letters, graphs, and figures.

yEzMorals for society and technology (Responsibility / ethics)
(E1) To recognize the Japanese culture as the background of our viewpoint.
(E2) To judge ethically as a mechanical engineer, and to understand the effects of engineering solutions on culture and the environment.

Learning and educational objectives of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Program (Accreditation in 2004)

yAzWe aim to foster engineers capable of innovative and sincere manufacturing.
A-1 Engineers who can explain principles relating to electrical energy operation (generation, transportation, and conversion), problems of practical application and typical solutions for the problems.

A-2 Engineers who can design control systems considering stability, using numerical formulas and charts illustrating the characteristics of the controlled objects.

A-3 Engineers who have acquired knowledge of electronics, especially understanding of operating principles of electronic devices that compose ICs, and skills to utilize and measure electronic devices.

A-4 Engineers who understand and can explain the concepts of using a computer for retaining, converting, and transferring information.

A-5 Engineers who know how to put fundamental knowledge essential for manufacturing to use in actual work situations.

A-6 Engineers who have acquired practical knowledge and skills by designing electric and electronic circuits, conducting experiments, training in the laboratory, and who have also acquired an awareness of safety.

yBzWe aim to foster engineers who have an academic foundation.
B-1 Engineers who can model natural science phenomena using numerical formulas and charts.

B-2 Engineers who can derive values relating to natural phenomena, especially physical phenomena, based on theory.

B-3 Engineers who understand physical concepts regarding steady phenomena of alternating current, which is basic to electronics and electronic circuits, and who can derive voltage or electric current values.

B-4 Engineers who understand phenomena of the electrostatic field and the static magnetic field, which are basic to electro-magnetic theory, and who can calculate essential values regarding the phenomena based on theory.

B-5 Engineers who adequately observe and come in contact with the phenomena they try to illustrate using theories of electrical and electronic system engineering, and make it the starting point to study theories.

yCzWe aim to foster engineers who have problem-solving ability.
C-1 Engineers who study and sort out the background of research on their own to understand it.

C-2 Engineers who can clarify technical problems, then set up research objectives and map out research methods.

C-3 Engineers who can plan and implement a research schedule and achieve the research objective by modifying the plan as necessary.

C-4 Engineers who can analyze and examine data using engineering techniques.

C-5 Engineers who can select proper solutions by comparing several solutions.

yczWe aim to foster engineers who have communication skills.
D-1 Engineers who can describe details of experiments or research in easy-to-understand Japanese in an orderly chaptered structure.

D-2 Engineers who can present their research in easy-to-understand Japanese in a manner tailored to the audience.

D-3 Engineers who can understand presentations made by others and ask appropriate questions.

D-4 Engineers who can read English consisting of basic vocabulary and grasp the outline without translating into Japanese.

D-5 Engineers who have acquired operational command of English equivalent to TOEIC 450-score level or better through their own continuous efforts.

ydzWe aim to foster engineers who have a sense of ethics.
E-1 Engineers who are aware of their responsibilities as engineers, and of ethical problems and possible solutions for them, and who can think independently.

E-2 Engineers who have learned from history about the connection between technology and society.

E-3 Engineers who are versed in social structure and history and can think from the viewpoint of other people or other nations.

E-4 Engineers who recognize differences between Japanese culture and that of other countries.

E-5 Engineers who understand the role of engineers in society and the link between technology and the affluence of mankind.

Learning and educational objectives of the Computer Engineering Program (Accreditation in 2005)

yAz The acquisition of knowledge about "hardware", "software" and "mathematical principles"
1. Design hardware by the use of software, and analyze the basic functionality of hardware from theory.
2. Develop software using a basic knowledge of hardware, and design stylishly based on mathematical theory.
3. Analyze the behavior of computer networks mathematically, from the viewpoint of information theory.
4. Identify and solve problems, both known and unknown, in computer systems by thinking mathematically about a principle.

yBz The development of the practical ability cultivated by actual experience  
1. Analyze and model the given problem, and confirm validity by using computers and measuring devices.
2. Promote a problem solution technique with the plan personally by the fusion with the understanding of the basic theory and the various experiences that is cultivated in the experiment and practice.
3. Ability to design and develop computer systems to satisfy various social needs.
4. Process various data (such as numerical values, texts, images, voice, and knowledge) using a computer.

yCzThe raising of the humanity with the normal sense which has worldwide view
1. The mind of the ethics as an engineer with recognizing an influence on the society properly.
2. Understand the culture, history of the world with having consideration for the human being.
3. Basic ability to communicate effectively in English.
4. Ability to announce oral persuasive, write a report with making a reason in Japanese.

Learning and educational objectives of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Program (Accreditation in 2004)

Graduates with B.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Toyota National College of Technology will have:

y`zDemonstrated themselves insightful engineers for various aspects of engineering with;
1. Sound preparation for adaptation in rapidly-changing public issues and needs,
2. The ability to design systems and structures from diversified standpoints, and to conduct technical investigations and evaluations of social systems.

yBz Sound knowledge of basic science and engineering principles which are fundamental to the practice of civil engineering, including;
1. Mathematics, natural science, and information processing,
2. Technical knowledge base supported by a strong theoretical background in engineering,
3. The ability to measure, analyze, and interpret engineering data which are essential to practical engineers, obtained by various experiments and practices offered by the program.

yCzDemonstrated the capability to solve engineering problems utilizing;
1. The ability to raise engineering issues through progressive studies of the environment, disaster prevention, and social infrastructure.
2. The ability to find a creative solution along with solid planning and execution. 

yDzDemonstrated the capability to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms in;
1. Persuasive Japanese with sufficient discussion skills,
2. English which satisfies basic needs in research presentation and discussion.

ydzDemonstrated high standards in ethical and legal obligations, as well as familiarity with cultural backgrounds through;
1. Understanding world history and culture, including Japan, and of how engineering solutions affect the wider society,
2. A sincere awareness of their role in society as professional engineers with dignity and responsibility.

Learning and educational objectives of the Architectural Program

Graduates of the Toyota National College of Technology Department of Architecture should be able to play an active role in the profession by these 5 main abilities.

y`zAbility to solve problems from a broad perspective
For this ability, they learn to identify the changes and requirements of society, analyzing problems, solving them, and making a new proposal using expert knowledge and technology.

yazAbility to apply their firm basic knowledge
For this ability, they systematically learn mathematics, physical science, and information technologies.They learn basic architectural knowledge and technique.They learn the application of architectural knowledge and technique.

yCzExecutive ability 
For this ability, they learn measurement technology, data analysis, and report writing through experiments and practical training. They learn techniques of discussion, description, presentation, and producing drawings.

yDzCommunication skills 
For this ability,they learn technical writing, oral presentation and logical discussion in Japanese.They learn reading comprehension and basic communication ability in English.

ydzEthical values and recognition of cultural diversity 
For this ability, they learn Japanese cultural background, diversity of culture, and the influence of technology on global society.They learn the pride and the responsibility associated with a sincere and faithful profession. 

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