Departments

Three departments at Kumamoto Campus are deeply related to electronics and information engineering: Departments of Information,Communication and Electronic Engineering, Control and Information Systems Engineering and Human-Oriented Information Systems Engineering. Yatsushiro Campus has three departments of “combined” general engineering: Departments of Mechanical and Intelligent Systems Engineering, Architecture and Civil Engineering and Biological and Chemical Systems Engineering.
Our college has the faculty of liberal studies on both campuses.

Goals for the Associate Bachelor Educational Program

(1)An engineer capable of communication both in Japanese and English.
  1-1: An engineerhaving an appropriate command of written expression and oral communication in Japanese.
  1-2: An engineer being able to comprehend outlines and key points in documents written in English of daily use.
  1-3: An engineer being able to express one’s own ideas in concise and plain English.
(2)An engineer equipped with fundamental ICT techniques and relevant applied knowledge of engineering.
  2-1:An engineer being equipped with fundamental ICT techniques.
  2-2:An engineer being equipped with skills to analyse various data and information.
(3)An engineer equipped with knowledge and skills of fundamental technology in relevant areas as well as those on specialized technique in the area, which make the enginee rskillful enough to solve problems with methods of integrative thinking.
  3-1: An engineer being equipped with knowledge of mathematics and natural science underlying engineering.
  3-2: An engineer being capable of comprehending relevance among various specialized disciplines.
  3-3: An engineer being capable of making appropriate use of fundamental knowledge to comprehend questions and subjects on engineering then give an account of such matters.
  3-4: An engineer being equipped with fundamental techniques of experiments.
(4)An engineer having well-balanced characters of spirit, mind and body as well as social wellbeing and cooperative personality
  4-1: An engineer being capable of considering with broad views.
  4-2: An engineer being able to have interests in relations between Japan and the world.
  4-3: An engineer being a person of fundamentally good character to be socially responsible.
  4-4: An engineer being able to take part in group activities and being able to play a cooperative role.
(5)An engineer with broad views and high sense of ethics upon engineering
  5-1: An engineer being able to recognize ethical necessities that engineers should have
  5-2: An engineer being able to recognize ethical issues in society
(6) An engineer who has intellectual curiosity, and is capable of challenging topics, subjects, tasks and problems with aggressiveness and creativity.
  6-1: An engineer being able to cope with those challenges in the best specialities with spirit of enquiry and an eager desire to know further and better.
  6-2: An engineer being able to have relevant comprehension of his/ her expertise in relation to the society.
  6-3: An engineer being able to continue learning on his/ her own initiative

Educational Objectives for each Department

  • Department of Information, Communication and Electronic Engineering
  • Department of Information, Communication and Electronic Engineering aims at educating students to become an engineer with expertise both in information communication technology and electronics as well as in fused technology of both fields to be responsive to advanced and diversified needs in information communication technology and electronics.

  • Department of Control and Information Systems Engineering
  • Department of Control and Information Systems Engineering aims at educating students to become an engineer with fundamental techniques of electrical and electronic engineering, information engineering, computer engineering, and measurement and control engineering who can fuse technologies related to control and information, leading to the creation of control information systems with integration of software and hardware.

  • Department of Human-Oriented Information Systems Engineering
  • Department of Human-Oriented Information Systems Engineering, based on information engineering with electronics, software and humanware added in the discipline, aims at educating students to become an engineer with the basics of information system useful for our life, and with shared sensitivity toward people in society and answer for their needs, .

  • Department of Mechanical and Intelligent Systems Engineering
  • Department of Mechanical and Intelligent Systems Engineering, based on mechanical engineering, aims at educating students to become an all‐round engineer with the ability of contributing to manufacturing at various scenes of production activities while managing a wide range of technological fields such as electricity, electronics, controlling, informatics and communication system.

  • Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering
  • Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering aims at educating students to become an engineer with the ability of contributing to regional and community development such as construction of public buildings, infrastructure and urban planning while taking the best notice of regional culture, history and natural environment as well as disaster prevention based on fundamentals of expertise in architecture and civil engineering combined with information and communication technology.

  • Department of Biological and Chemical Systems Engineering
  • Department of Biological and Chemical Systems Engineering, based on electronic and information engineering for fundamentals of expertise in biology and chemistry, aims at educating students to become a practical biochemists with the ability of contributing to progressive and advanced manufacturing in pharmaceutical, medical, food and chemical industries while best utilizing the applied bio-technology which adapts various functions pertaining to different living things for engineering.