Students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering are able to satisfy their desire for learning in fields that range from the basics of engineering to cutting-edge technologies. With departments in five different fields of study, this faculty produces engineers who have the capacity to be active on the world's front lines.
At the Faculty of Information and Communication Engineering, students can learn about Engineering Informatics, a field that creates new worlds of information and knowledge, as well as Telecommunications and Computer Networks, a field that supports a "ubiquitous network society."
Students of the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering can study clinical medicine, clinical engineering, and informatics in an integrated manner. With departments in three different fields of study, this faculty produces specialists who have the capacity to be active on the front lines of medical welfare and health sciences.
The Faculty of Information Science and Arts is composed of departments that produce artists that are able to become active in the field of digital entertainment and specialists that will lead the way to a "ubiquitous network society."
Students of the Faculty of Financial Economy develop expert knowledge in the areas of assets and administration with respect to financial services. This faculty produces professionals who are able to participate in the world economy in fields including asset management.
Students of the Graduate School of Engineering are able to deepen their interest toward the engineering field and become involved in cutting-edge research. This graduate school offers four major courses of study.
The Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering trains specialists in the areas of medical care and welfare who possess the high level of expertise and practical skills that are demanded by a society with an aging population.
The Graduate School of Information Science and Arts endows students with the skills required to transmit digital contents and to fully utilize information. This graduate school offers three major courses of study.