Objectives in Education and ResearchThe Civil Engineering Course aims to develop human resources who can contribute to the construction of a sustainable society by equipping them with knowledge and problem-solving skills related to technologies and systems for the construction and management of social infrastructures essential to community's lives, as well as technologies and systems for disaster prevention and environmental issues.
|Social Infrastructure Facilities||Structural Engineering||KONNO, Katsuaki|
|Composite Materials||IYODA Takeshi|
|Concrete Structure ||KATSUKI, Futoshi|
|Geotechnical Engineering||NAMIKAWA, Tsutomu|
|Social Infrastructure Management ||HENRY Michael|
|Regional and Environmental Planning||Hydro-Engineering||MIYAMOTO, Hitoshi|
|Spatial Information Engineering||NAKAGAWA, Masafumi|
|Study on Sustainable Society||KURISHIMA, Hideaki|
|Infrastructure Planning||IWAKURA, Seiji|
|Urban Science and Design ||OYAMA, Yuki|
|Research on mathematical programming ||MAKISHITA, Hideyo|
|Information and Regional Development ||NAKAMURA, Hiroyuki|
Diploma PolicyThe Civil Engineering Course aims to train engineers and researchers with advanced and broad knowledge in the field of infrastructural engineering and the ability to think flexibly, and who can solve various problems related to infrastructural engineering and the environment in order to realize a sustainable society on a global scale.
(1) Advanced specialized knowledge, research and development skills, the ability to identify problems, and the ability to solve problems quantitatively
(2) The ability to think flexibly and to have a broad perspective on the relationship between technology and the environment, economy, and culture
(3) Communication skills and a sense of ethics in response to global society
Degree assessment criteria
A master's degree in engineering will be awarded to those who meet the following criteria.
- Students must complete the mid-term examination by the specified date, A score of 60% or more is considered pass, by the combination scores of at least one principal examiner and one other examiner.
Curriculum PolicyIn the Civil Engineering Course, the curriculum is structured with the goal of enabling students to acquire the following abilities in accordance with the Diploma Policy and the objectives of education and research.
(1) Be able to deal with integrated systems consisting of structures, nature, and society, which are the subject of social infrastructure studies, based on natural and social sciences.
(2) Based on a correct understanding of the relationship between people and the environment, students will be able to accurately analyze various environmental factors surrounding society and contribute to the creation of a sustainable society and the realization of new environmental systems.
(3) Systematically acquire specialized knowledge in the field of social infrastructure and apply it to problem solving.
(4) Identify, organize, and analyze issues in the field of social infrastructure, and present rational solutions.
(5) Communicate their own opinions logically to others and engage in advanced discussions on matters related to social infrastructure.
(6) Be able to communicate in a basic manner in the field of social infrastructure in a global society.
(7) Be able to consider the impact of social infrastructure on society and the environment, understand the responsibilities and roles of engineers, and comply with engineering ethics.