Faculties and Graduate Schools
Faculty of Engineering
Cultivating engineers for the next generation to support industry and lifestyles.
With a curriculum for learning while fostering a love of knowledge, ranging from the basics of engineering to cutting-edge technologies, this faculty develops engineers who have the capacity to be active on the world's front lines.
Faculty of Information and Communication Engineering
Leading our advanced information society with software and communications.
This faculty develops top-level leaders to drive our advanced information society with network and software development as well as broadband technology such as optical communications and ADSL lines.
Faculty of Biomedical Engineering
Training specialists to save lives and protect health.
This faculty provides comprehensive education in clinical medicine, clinical engineering, and informatics to train specialists in medical welfare and health sciences.
Faculty of Information Science and Arts
Further enriching society with new forms of entertainment.
The Faculty of Information Science and Arts cultivates inventive creators who will take charge of the next generation of entertainment fields including video (such as CG animation), music, and digital games.
Faculty of Financial Economy
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.
List of faculty teaching staff
Here you can find a list of The Osaka Electro-Communication University teaching staff displaying the name, position, degree, and research themes of each instructor.
Graduate School of Engineering
Leading the industry and representing the leading edge of technology
With the goal of developing specialized human resources able to contribute to industrial society with advanced engineering and the scientific technology that is its foundation, this faculty is divided into four specialties: the Division of Electronics and Applied Physics, the Division of Electronics and Communication Engineering, the Division of Mechanical and Control Engineering, and the Division of Information and Computer Sciences. By further deepening interest in engineering fields cultivated during study in the Faculty of Engineering as well as research results that have been obtained, specialists can be developed in each field combining the knowledge and technical skill able to contribute to the creation of new technology.
Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering
Developing specialists in biomedical engineering who can meet the needs of society.
The Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering develops high-level engineers and researchers who have specialized knowledge and practical technical skill in a wide variety of fields from life support to daily life assistance, and who can act as specialists with a strong sense of humanity in medicine, welfare, and health science able to engage in the development of advanced medical technology and welfare devices as well as the management of medical information.
Graduate School of Information Science and Arts
Transmitting new digital contents to a "ubiquitous network society".
The Graduate School of Information Science and Arts carries out practical research activities that revolve around the Joint Institute for Advanced Multimedia Studies (JIAMS), a central location for industry-university-government cooperation. It develops engineers, researchers, and creators who combine specialized knowledge and practical technical skill that can be applied to society through research related to computer science (information), digital creation, contents planning and development, and production of contents industry-related fields.