Faculty of Science and Engineering

  • Utsunomiya Campus

Encouraging innovative technology and flexibility of thought

The key underlying philosophy at the Faculty of Science and Engineering concerns the question of how to best utilize the available resources—materials, energy, data and lives—for the benefit of humanity and social welfare. Course content is constantly updated to reflect rapid advances in science and technology, major upheavals in industry structures, and the ever-changing global environment. Students in the Faculty of Science and Engineering are required to undertake a number of core subjects that are common to the humanities and social sciences, as part of a well-rounded education with a global perspective.

Key facts

Department
  • Department of Mechanical and Precision System
  • Department of Aerospace Engineering
  • Department of Information and Electronic Engineering
  • Department of Biosciences
  • Department of Information Science Correspondence Course (Distance Education Course)
Educational principles
Syllabus
Campus
Teaching staff * 56
Students * 1,353

* As of May 1st, 2016

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