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Undergraduate Programs

Degree Programs in English

Undergraduate Programs

School of EngineeringMechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering seeks to apply analytical approaches and techniques to explain the mechanisms of a wide range of complex natural phenomena, providing a comprehensive understanding required for mechanical design and aerospace development. The new, English-based Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering course enables students to gain specialized knowledge regarding Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, in addition to fundamental understanding of engineering in general, and to develop a global mindset for understanding international cultural values and ethics. Students learn basic engineering subjects for creating machines such as ultra-super precision instruments that work on micro and nano scales, robots with artificial intelligence, biotechnology devices and aerospace vehicles, as well as subjects on hydrogen energy and other advanced engineering topics.

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:

  • Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
  • Introduction to Metallic Materials
  • Advanced Engineering A
  • Introduction to Engineering Analysis and Measurement
2. Classes Specific to Mechanical Engineering

Examples of Classes to be offered:

  • Introduction to Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering
  • Strength of Materials I and II
  • Dynamics of Machinery
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Experiments I and II
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Drawing and Design
  • Machine Design
  • Internal Combustion Engine
  • Manufacturing Processes
  • Computational Methods
  • Aerospace Engineering I and II

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

Career Options*:
About 80 % of the students go on to graduate school, and 20% of our students obtain employment in automobile, utility, transportation, manufacturing and aerospace industries.

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

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