Electronics and Information Systems Engineering Course

Electronics and Information Systems Engineering Course : Kumamoto Campus

As essential knowledge on this course, comprehensive basic subjects such as Creative Production Technologies, Kansei Information Technologies, Engineering Ethics, etc., which are based on five-year education in each department, are arranged.

Parallel with these subjects, there are some required subjects; Engineering English to make students interested in overseas research papers, Graduation Research of Systems Engineering to intend to improve their research and development abilities, etc.

Moreover, as specialized elective subjects, we arrange some specialized basic subjects such as Digital Signal Processing, Material Engineering and Multimedia Technologies, which are basic to electronics, information or control technologies. As applied elective subjects, there are Electronics and Communications Subjects, such as Electric Device Engineering or Topics in Network Technologies. And there are Information Control Subjects, such as Simulation Technologies or Advanced Topics of Robotics.

In addition, we intend to improve practical skills, by Practice of Technological Design and Internship Practice, which are aimed at training engineering design, substantial elective subjects such as Acoustic System Engineering or Advanced Topics in Network Technologies.

Goals to achieve in learning and education at Electronics and Information Systems Engineering Course and Applied Electronics and Information Engineering Course accredited by Japan Accreditation Board for Engineering Education(JABEE).

  1. An engineer with the ability to communicate both in Japanese and English
  2. A-1.An engineer capable of writing and presenting in Japanese that is plain yet accurate on daily class expressions, good for writing technicalreports and doing oral presentations.
    A-2.An engineer capable of expressing oneself using basic English in reading, writing and conversation.
    A-3.An engineer equipped with an adequate communication ability in English as an engineer.

  3. An engineer with basic computer techniques and its application to engineering.
  4. B-1.An engineer capable of showing good understading of fundamental function of computer hardware to be further applied to process basic OS and programming languages.
    B-2.An engineer capable of solving problems on engineering using computers.

  5. An engineer with fundamental knowledge and ability of electronic and information
  6. C-1.An engineer equipped with fundamental knowledge and ability on mathematics and physics, and capable of using it in engineering.
    C-2.An engineer equipped with knowledge and ability with regard to specialized subjects of fundamental electronic and information such as electromagnetism and electronic circuit.
    C-3.An engineer equipped with techniques of using measurement tools and experimenting.

  7. An engineer with knowledge and ability in specialized technology in the field of electronic and information technology
  8. D-1.An engineer equipped with one of applied specialized techniques out of such technology as communication, electronics, control and information.
    D-2.An engineer equipped with skills to exploit human behavior and sensibility.
    D-3.An engineer equipped with designing ability of given tasks through problem-solving processes.

  9. An engineer with capability to show creativity and enthusiastic attitude
  10. E-1.An engineer equipped with creativity through learning how to plan and organize the research, then acquiring ways to manage a series of procedures of technological development such as explaining the methods to use, sorting out the research results and drawing discussions.
    E-2.An engineer equipped with an enthusiastic attitude of unflagging vitality to overcome new challenges as they emerge in the methods of experiments and research from multiple perspectives.
    E-3.An engineer equipped with the spirit of intellectual curiosity and consistency in learning.
    E-4.An engineer equipped with practical abilities to cope with given tasks in industrial internship and within training curricula in the course work.

  11. An engineer with readiness to contribute to the humanity with broad views and sense of ethics
  12. F-1.An engineer capable of thinking in multifaceted ways and managing to coexist with those having varied values by learning foreign languages, contacting cultures and values of different countries, and acquiring basic knowledge about conditions essential for establishing a regional community.
    F-2.An engineer equipped with social affinity and cooperativeness to be a good team player through sport activities and group works that encourage to have awareness of cooperation and affiliation.
    F-3.An engineer with comprehension about influences of technology to the human world as well as ethical issues in technological developments that can influence human world.


Goals to achieve in learning and education at Electronics and Information Systems Engineering Course and Applied Electronics and Information Engineering Course independent of Japan Accreditation Board for Engineering Education(JABEE).

    (1) Educating engineers of advanced development – development engineers who can be inspired by flexible ways of creating things and ideas in addition to being an engineer with relevant practical techniques.
      (1)-1 An engineer equipped with one of applied specialized techniques of electronic information and control information.
      (1)-2 An engineer equipped with creativity through learning how to plan and organize the research, then acquiring ways to manage a series of procedures of technological development such as explaining the methods to use, sorting out the research results and drawing discussions.

    (2) Educating advanced general system engineers, who are capable of exploiting electronic and information technology for manufacturing technology and engineering, and to systematize such technology to contribute to comfort and convenience in people’s life.
      (2)-1 An engineer equipped with techniques to exploit knowledge of human behavior and sensitivity for engineering.
      (2)-2 An engineer equipped with the skills to exploit electronic and information technology for manufacturing technology and engineering by engaging in research activities and professional training with the spirit of intellectual curiosity.

    (3) Educating information processing engineer who are creative enough to make computer engineering into intellectual information processing engineering.
      (3) An engineer capable of making computer technology into intellectual information processing engineering and applying the technology to problem solving in tasks on specialized fields.

    (4) Educating human resources who have skills appropriate for a global community by improving the ability to express themselves in Japanese and acquire communication skills in English.
      (4)-1 An engineer capable of expressing oneself using basic English in reading, writing and conversation.
      (4)-2 An engineer equipped with an adequate communication ability in English as an engineer.
      (4)-3 An engineer equipped with the basic ability necessary to express ideas in Japanese when composing reports and presentations.

    (5) Educating intellectual flexibility – humanity and knowledge supported by balanced viewpoints in addition to engineering.
      (5)-1 An engineer capable of exploiting basic knowledge and techniques of natural and social science acquired through the course and apply them to engineering.
      (5)-2 An engineer equipped with a rich sense of humanity and social skills, a cooperative attitude, and the spirit of teamwork.

    (6) Educating engineers with challenging spirit having consciousness of contributing to humanity.
      (6)-1 An engineer having acquired basic knowledge about entrepreneurship, technological trend and ethical issues.
      (6)-2 An engineer equipped with the spirit to voluntarily cope with and resolve new problems that emerge from experiments and research from multiple perspectives.