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Undergraduate Programs

Degree Programs in English

Undergraduate Programs

School of EngineeringCivil Engineering

Civil Engineering is a discipline that teaches how to build, maintain and control social infrastructure (water and sewage systems, roads, ports, etc.) and restore a devastated natural environment, all for the purpose of a happier and healthier society. In this program, students learn about the latest technologies, including both hardware and software, in various fields of building design and construction, urban planning, and soil and water environment preservation.

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:

  • Engineering Management
  • Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering I~II
  • Introduction to Metallic Materials
  • Advanced Engineering I~IV
  • Introduction to Engineering Analysis Measurement
2. Classes Specific to Civil Engineering

Examples of Classes to be offered:

  • Structural Mechanics
  • Hydraulics
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Construction Materials and Concrete Structural Engineering
  • Infrastructure Planning and Management
  • Environmental Systems and Environmental Engineering
  • Disaster Mitigation Engineering
  • Hydraulics Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering Laboratory Work
  • Seminar/ On-the-Job Training in Civil and Environmental Engineering

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

Career Options*:
30% of our graduates get jobs at ministries and government offices, local municipalities and public corporations as public employees. 70% of the graduates go on to graduate school.

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

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