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Undergraduate Programs

Degree Programs in English

Undergraduate Programs

School of EngineeringElectrical Engineering and Computer Science

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was established to enable students to learn comprehensively electrical engineering and computer science. In this integrated course, students learn a variety of advanced and dream-inspiring technologies including information and communications technology that enables use of the internet, artificial intelligence and robot control technologies that support human life, very-large-scale integrated circuits used in semiconductor chips, and super-conductive technology with zero electrical resistance.

Specialized Classes

Having taken liberal arts subjects and basic science classes for the first year and a half, students will proceed to take specialized subjects common to the four programs offered by the School of Engineering, and others that are specific to each program for the remainder of their study.

1. Core Classes

Examples of Classes to be offered:

  • Linear Circuits I & II
  • Linear Circuits
  • Programming Methodology I
  • Computer Architecture I
  • Fundamentals of Integrated Circuits
2. Classes Specific to Electical Engineering and Computer Science

Examples of Classes to be offered:

  • Electromagnetic Theory I - III
  • System Control I
  • Applied Mathematical Logic
  • Analog Electronic Circuits I
  • Data Structure and Algorithms
  • Electronic Measurements
  • Practice in Logic Design
  • Laboratory of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science I & II


*Class to be offered may vary, depending on availability.

Career Options*:
Most students will continue to one of the following graduate schools: the Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering (ISEE), Graduate School of Systems Life Sciences, Graduate School of Integrated Frontier Sciences and the Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences, in order to acquire further cutting-edge skills in science and technology.

*The figures given above are taken from the latest data on the equivalent programs in Japanese.

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