At our school, we have set the following educational goals, and we are working diligently toward them through constant study and close cooperation between faculty and students.
- Manufacturing Capabilities
Fostering engineers who can accurately grasp changes and demands in society, recognize manufacturing from multiple perspectives, and build feasible systems
- Basic Academic Ability
Establishment of an engineering foundation born from the fusion of rich experience cultivated through experiments and practical training with a deep understanding of basic theory
- Problem-solving skills
Fostering engineers who have the ability to think about problems and have the creativity and practical skills by learning on their own
- Communication skills
Acquire logical writing skills based on scientific analysis, clear oral presentation skills, sufficient discussion skills, and internationally accepted communication skills
- Engineering Ethics
Fostering engineers who can think about the impact of technology on society in the context of world culture and history, be aware of their responsibilities, and take pride in themselves
- Diploma Policy (Graduation Certification Policy)
- Course Curriculum Policy (Curriculum Formulation Policy)
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- Curriculum Map
- Curriculum Tree
- Diploma Policy for Academic Achievement
- Curriculum Policy (Curriculum Formulation Policy)
- Major Admission Policy (Admissions Policy)
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The school’s major course consists of five JABEE certified engineer education programs over a four-year period including the fourth and fifth years of the main course, and all students are registered as students of the doctoral program of each program.
Each program aims to develop “practical and creative engineers with high problem-setting and problem-solving skills.” In light of this, each program has its own “Learning and Educational Achievement Goals”.