Admissions Policy (Undergraduate)

Faculty of Engineering

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Today's society is supported by core technologies of fields such as electricity, electronics, and communications. These fields are also required to address current day challenges such as through the development of energy technology that considers the environment, as well as the development of information processing technology to control machines and systems including robots that support the manufacturing site and people. In the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, students fully gain basic scholastic ability in the fields of electricity and electronics, and then cultivate practical capabilities needed to play active roles in a wide range of fields. Practical engineers are nurtured through the establishment of a course that meets the needs of a broad range of fields and a course that aims to further deepen expertise and enhance creativity, and by using projects that concern the fields of electricity and electronics. This department thus seeks the following kinds of students.

AP1
Students who have the basic scholastic ability needed for studies in this department (particularly mathematics and physics) and have basic learning skills (understanding text and graphs, taking notes and memos, researching things themselves). [Knowledge/Understanding]
AP2
Students who can hold their own thoughts about phenomenon and occurrences related to electricity and electronics based on information they researched and the results. [Thinking/Judgment]
AP3
Students who are interested in electrical, electronic, information and communications engineering, and aspire to be active in Japan and abroad as engineers in those fields in the future and to contribute to society. [Interest/ Aspiration]
AP4
Students who have a positive attitude to take the initiative and engage in extracurricular activities as well, such as projects related to the fields of electricity and electronics. [Positive Attitude]
AP5
Students who can understand the thoughts of others and can also convey their views to others in an easy-to-understand manner. [Skills/Expression]

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is a field of study that forms the foundation of Japan's pride, "monozukuri," or making things. Technology in the field of mechanical engineering is deeply involved with the various products needed for people to lead safe and comfortable lives. This field requires people with a broad range of expert knowledge and technology for "monozukuri"; people with the ability to take the initiative in engaging and solving challenges; people with the creativity to give birth to products and technology that serve society; and people who have the sense of responsibility and ethical perspective to work in international society and local society as engineers. On the foundation of knowledge and technology of mechanical engineering, the Department of Mechanical Engineering raises practical engineers who can play active roles in a wide range of fields such as industry, transport machinery, and equipment, including welfare and healthcare equipment and robots. In addition, with mechanical engineering at the foundation, the department also nurtures students who aim to acquire national certification as auto mechanics as well as engineers who can play an active role in automobile related fields. This department thus seeks the following kinds of students.

AP1
Students who have the basic scholastic ability needed for studies in this department (particularly mathematics and physics) and have basic learning skills (understanding text and graphs, taking notes and memos, researching things themselves). [Knowledge/Understanding]
AP2
Students who are interested in the mechanism of machines and appliances and can hold their own ideas about their workings from their movements. [Thinking/Judgment]
AP3
Students who are interested in "monozukuri," and aspire to create new things themselves and be active in Japan and abroad as mechanical engineers. [Interest/Aspiration]
AP4
Students who possess a challenging spirit, can take it on themselves to identify issues, and have the attitude of engaging actively and tenaciously in solving those issues. [Positive Attitude]
AP5
Students who can understand the thoughts of others and can also convey their views to others in an easy-to-understand manner. [Skills/Expression]

Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Architecture and civil engineering are technological fields indispensable in supporting a living environment that is safe, secure, and comfortable for people. The Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering has two courses specializing in architecture and civil engineering, respectively. In the architecture course, students gain expertise in design, architectural planning, structure, materials, environmental facilities, and others, and talent who can create attractive residential spaces and urban spaces as architects are nurtured. In the civil engineering course, students gain expertise in civil engineering needed to create a safe, secure, and rich urban environment and country, and to construct and maintain social infrastructure, and talent who can contribute to the building of a sustainable society in symbiosis with the natural environment are nurtured. This department thus seeks the following kinds of students.

AP1
Students who have the basic scholastic ability needed for studies in this department (particularly mathematical thinking) and have basic learning skills (understanding text and graphs, taking notes and memos, researching things themselves). [Knowledge/Understanding]
AP2
Students who are interested in knowledge and technology of the fields of architecture and civil engineering, and have their own ideas about buildings and civil engineering structures that have been built up to now. [Thinking/Judgment]
AP3
Students who are interested in "monozukuri" in the architecture and civil engineering fields and aspire to create new things themselves and be active in Japan and abroad as engineers in those fields. [Interest/Aspiration]
AP4
Students who also actively participate in extracurricular activities such as projects related to the fields of architecture and civil engineering, and have a positive attitude to take the initiative and tenaciously engage in identifying and solving issues. [Positive Attitude]
AP5
Students who can understand the thoughts of others and can also convey their views to others in an easy-to-understand manner. [Skills/Expression]

Department of Applied Nuclear Technology

Nuclear energy is said to be "comprehensive engineering" that integrates many engineering fields including electrical engineering and mechanical engineering. Its applications spread across various fields, and are connected to robot, damping and base isolation, water treatment and other many technological innovations. In the Department of Applied Nuclear Technology, students gain high moral perspectives and expertise of nuclear technology, and talent who can contribute to the development of next generation nuclear technology are nurtured. In addition, the Department of Applied Nuclear Technology nurtures talent who can play an active role on the domestic and global stage by gaining expertise and skills on radiology, which is widely used in medicine, manufacturing, and agricultural areas, such as sterilization of medical tools, treatment of cancer, nondestructive testing of materials, and manufacture of rubber and plastic. This department thus seeks the following kinds of students.

AP1
Students who have the basic scholastic ability needed for studies in this department (particularly mathematics and physics) and have basic learning skills (understanding text and graphs, taking notes and memos, researching things themselves). [Knowledge/Understanding]
AP2
Students who have their own thoughts about the application of nuclear energy and radiology based on researched information and results. [Thinking/Judgment]
AP3
Students who are interested in nuclear energy and radiology and aspire to be active in Japan and abroad as engineers in those fields and contribute to society. [Interest/Aspiration]
AP4
Students who have a positive attitude to take the initiative and tenaciously engage in what they can do now for the development of nuclear technology and use of radiology. [Positive Attitude]
AP5
Students who can understand the thoughts of others and can also convey their views to others in an easy-to-understand manner. [Skills/Expression]

Faculty of Environmental and Information Sciences

Department of Environmental and Food Sciences

Concerns over global-scale environmental issues and food crisis from extreme weather make it necessary to build a society where everyone can live with a sense of security into the future. The Department of Environmental and Food Sciences conducts basic education on chemistry and biology, specialized education on environment and food, and cutting-edge research to contribute to a safe, secure and sustainable society. Through such learning, students gain broad knowledge about science and technology and solid application skills, and talent who can engage in solving and improving important environment and food problems are nurtured. This department thus seeks the following kinds of students.

AP1
Students who have the basic scholastic ability needed for studies in this department (chemistry or biology) and have basic learning skills (understanding text and graphs, taking notes and memos, researching things themselves). [Knowledge/Understanding]
AP2
Students who can sort out information on the impacts of environmental pollution and food crisis, and can hold their own ideas. [Thinking/Judgment]
AP3
Students who are interested in environmental and food issues, and aspire to engage in finding solutions and improving the situation in the future. [Interest/Aspiration]
AP4
Students who have a positive attitude to also take the initiative and engage in extracurricular activities such as projects and volunteer activities related to this department. [Positive Attitude]
AP5
Students who can understand the thoughts of others and can also convey their views to others in an easy-to-understand manner. [Skills/Expression]

Department of Management and Information Sciences

As the issues faced by today's advanced information society are diverse and complex, it is difficult to solve them from just a single perspective. To this end, talent who can, from the tremendous amount of information flooding the Internet, discover various connections for issues from an comprehensive viewpoint and return the beneficial information and results gained to companies and society, are needed. The Department of Management and Information Sciences nurtures talent with knowledge of not only corporate management and economy, but with a wide range of knowledge on fields from global environmental issues and social service, to information and communications technology (ICT), who can use that knowledge to explore the essence of today's social problems and propose solutions. This department thus seeks the following kinds of students.

AP1
Students who have intellectual curiosity about company management, economics, and information and communications, and have the basic scholastic ability needed for studies in this department. [Knowledge/Understanding]
AP2
Students who can sort out information on both the positive and negative aspects of an advanced information society, and can hold their own ideas about it. [Thinking/Judgment]
AP3
Students who are motivated and aspire to broadly contribute to society both in Japan and abroad as corporate talent, policy makers, and IT engineers who are welcomed by society. [Interest/Aspiration]
AP4
Students who have a positive attitude to also take the initiative and engage in extracurricular activities such as projects and volunteer activities related to this department. [Positive Attitude]
AP5
Students who can understand the thoughts of others and can also convey their views to others in an easy-to-understand manner. [Skills/Expression]

Department of Design

When considering the living environment in the 21st century, the role of design becomes increasingly important. Design is not just about creating beautiful products, but also conceives how life should be and expresses this in an effective manner. Through study of design such as "urban and local environment creation and the form of the community," "living spaces such as homes, facilities, and interiors," "design and branding of furniture, living utensils and other everyday products," and "magazines, advertising, logos, posters, Web, imagery, and other visual information media," the Department of Design nurtures designers and design specialists who create beautiful and pleasant living environments. This department thus seeks the following kinds of students.

AP1
Students who have intellectual curiosity about design, and have the basic scholastic ability needed for studies in this department (any field or subject). [Knowledge/Understanding]
AP2
Students who can hold their own ideas about the "power of design" based on information researched using their own hands, feet, and head, and the results. [Thinking/Judgment]
AP3
Students who are interested in people and the future of society, and who aspire to make proposals for new sense of values and to create a rich, beautiful, and comfortable life environment. [Interest/Aspiration]
AP4
Students who can listen to the views of others and understand a broad sense of values, and can enjoy communicating their views to others. [Positive Attitude]
AP5
Students who aspire to express their emotions in words, pictures and physically, and wish to create something with everyone. [Skills/Expression]

Faculty of Sports and Health Sciences

Department of Sports and Health Sciences

In today's world, sports are not just for athletes. Interest is heightening in sports as a way to address the issue of the graying population, become healthier, and develop the community, among others. Sports and health sciences is a discipline that perceives sports and health from a scientific viewpoint to conduct comprehensive and scholastic research and education, and it also requires total ability such as engineering knowledge and perspectives, and information processing technology. In the Department of Sports and Health Sciences, students learn about the theories of sports and health sciences and gain skills, and talent who can contribute to the sports and health industries and related organizations throughout their lives in various forms are nurtured. In addition, talent who contribute to creating well-being according to life stages or specific goals by becoming central figures in fitness and sports instruction within the community, such as health fitness instructors and competitive sports instructors, are nurtured. This department thus seeks the following kinds of students.

AP1
Students who have the basic scholastic ability needed for studies in this department and have basic learning skills (understanding text and graphs, taking notes and memos, researching things themselves). [Knowledge/Understanding]
AP2
Students who can hold their own thoughts about the effects of sports on health of people's minds and bodies based on information they researched and the results. [Thinking/Judgment]
AP3
Students who aspire to contribute to sports and health-related fields as instructors and staff who have gained sports and health science theories and skills. [Interest/Aspiration]
AP4
Students who have a positive attitude to also take the initiative and engage in extracurricular activities such as projects and volunteer activities related to sports or health-related matters. [Positive Attitude]
AP5
Students who can understand the thoughts of others and can also convey their views to others in an easy-to-understand manner. [Skills/Expression]
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