For more details please visit the degree program’s website: Master’s and Doctoral Programs in Engineering Mechanics and Energy
In the Master’s Program, we aim to foster researchers and highly skilled professionals who have not only advanced specialized knowledge in an engineering field such as machinery, architecture, social infrastructure, energy, and aerospace, but also a broad perspective in the relevant research field and the ability to identify specific problems, propose unique solutions, and effectively disseminate outcomes domestically and internationally.
In the Doctoral Program, in addition to developing the abilities listed above, we aim to foster educators, researchers, and highly skilled professionals who can manage research projects appropriately, take leading roles in society, and educate the next generation studying in the engineering field.
Masterʼs Program : 68
Doctoral Program : 16
The focus of our education and research is macro-engineering technology based on mechanics, where traditional boundaries between categories of engineering are being removed and disciplines are being integrated. We aim to foster engineers who have a broad perspective and creativity spanning conventional boundaries in the field.
Researchers from national institutes such as the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), the Japan Aerospace eXploration Agency (JAXA), the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), and the Public Works Research Institute (PWRI) are appointed as professors and associate professors of our university and provide students with research guidance utilizing the research facilities of their institutes.
Students are able to acquire the following competences up until completion.
ALAS enables students to confirm their achievement status related to knowledge and abilities (generic/specific
competences) which must be acquired and improve their learning plan with their supervisors.