Graduate School

Graduate School of Computer Science and Systems Engineering

For the development and deepening of computer science and systems engineering education and research

Master’s Degree

■ Master’s Course of Systems Engineering

In this course, information and the related engineering fields are classified into the following three fields. Through the active discussions and research guidance by multiple instructors not limited to their own area, students can develop a wide perspective, deepen their research contents and cultivate strong applied skills.

Field of Electronic Information and Communication Engineering

Research to develop specialized knowledge in an integrated manner covering three fields of “Information Processing Engineering,” “Information Communication Engineering,” and “Information Electronic Engineering,” all necessary for the development and expansion of next-generation ICT technologies.

Field of Mechanical Information Systems Engineering

Research to develop specialized knowledge in an integrated manner covering three fields of “Software System Engineering,”“Intelligent Interface Engineering,” and “Mechanical & Energy System Engineering,” all necessary for the development and expansion of next-generation technologies, which integrate information and mechanical engineering.

Field of Human Information Systems Engineering

Research to develop specialized knowledge in an integrated manner covering the three fields of “Intelligent Systems,”“Sports & Human Dynamics,” and “Human Support Engineering,” all necessary for the development and expansion of next-generation technologies concerning human life support. Doctorate Degree

Doctorate Degree

■ Doctorate Course of Advanced Systems Engineering

The Doctorate Course is divided into the same three classifications as the Master’s Course. The course pursues the further deepening of its specialized fields with the goal of nurturing engineers and researchers.

Graduate School