Students learn about mechanical systems from the perspectives of energy conservation, the global environment, health, and IT. A broad range of research and development is conducted integrating mechanical technology and electronic technology to make machines more complex, hybrid, intelligent, and systemized. Students also learn about mechanical technology while taking part in hands-on practices such as designing and manufacturing machines using computers.
The automobile systems course pursues the development of environment-friendly cars desired by the community and society. Based on the fundamentals of mechanical engineering and specialized knowledge and skills, students learn about the various principles of automotive engineering. By taking prescribed courses such as automobile engineering, automobile maintenance, vibration engineering, power engineering, and internal combustion engines, students can acquire qualifications to take the test for a certified class II car mechanic upon graduation.
Robots support modern industry. Comprehensive technology to learn the mechanism of robots is provided in addition to courses concerning mechanical engineering, as well as electrical and electronic engineering, and information engineering. In particular, for the development of robots, the basics of movement, control and development are learned, and research is also conducted to equip robots with intelligent functions for enhanced work performance. Comprehensive abilities are cultivated through practical training in robot design.