Programs & Courses
Graduate School of Science and Engineering
The five courses of the Graduate School of Science and Engineering--Information and Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Applied Chemistry, and Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling--each have M.Sc. /M.Eng. and regular doctoral programs. The focus of the M.Sc. programs is to develop students capable of entering a professional occupation that in each discipline demands deeper learning and a high level of expert knowledge, while in the doctoral programs the focus is on developing students capable of undertaking independent research.
Graduate School of Life and Medical Sciences
One of the great purposes of the Graduate School of Life and Medical Sciences is to train and produce graduates who can properly understand the deep essence of life’s phenomena and invent applications with the integrated perspectives of both medicine and engineering. Students in this faculty and school are expected to attain an extensive knowledge of various scientific areas, from medicine to chemistry and physics, focusing on the importance of experimental facts. Of course, all of these areas are strongly related to the life and medical sciences.