Outline of the Advanced Engineering Course for Bachelor Degree
The Advanced Engineering Course for Bachelor Degree provides professional engineering education at the university level for two years based on the specialized foundations of the regualr course. Each course is open to working adults, and provides education on rapidly progressing advanced technologies and refreshing basic knowledge, thus educating R&D-oriented engineers who will form the core of corporate strategy. Students of Advanced Engineering Course for Bachelor Degrees can receive a bachelor’s degree in engineering from National Institution for Academic Degrees and Quality Enhancement of Higher Education. Toyota Kosen has the following three Advanced Engineering Course for Bachelor Degrees, Electronic and Mechanical Engineering Course,Civil Engineering and Architecture Course, and Computer Science Course.
Electronic and Mechanical Engineering Course
This course offers an integrated program of electronic and mechanical engineering based on the following key technologies: electronics technology including semiconductor, mechanical technology including heat transfer and fluid dynamics, computer and control technology. Students can obtain the skills to research and develop the mechatronics technology.
Civil Engineering and Architecture Course
This course offers a new construction engineering educational program of civil engineering and architecture to preserve a balanced environment on the earth. The curriculum is based on structural mechanics, environmental engineering, construction engineering and architectural planning and design with CAD systems.
Computer Science Course
This course offers a wide range of educational program based on the computer science including mathematics, biological technology, etc. Students can obtain the knowledge and techniques to research and develop the computer technology including pattern recognition, image processing, artificial intelligence, computer networks and the advanced electronics technology.
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