The College of Technology School System
- High school graduates are eligible to enroll in a college of technology.
- Graduates of a college of technology are eligible to enroll in a university.
- Graduates of a college of technology are eligible to enroll in the advanced course.
- Students who have received a bachelor’s degree from an advanced course at a college of technology are eligible to enroll in a university graduate program.
Establishment of Department of Creative Technology Engineering (April, 2014)
The previously existing General Education Division and the specialized engineering departments were integrated into the new department, under which were founded five specialized courses, four of which are based on the former departments. Under the new system, 2nd-year students are to be assigned to their desired course. In the 4th and 5th years, in addition to the subjects their own specialized course provides, they are to study sub-major subjects to acquire a wider range of knowledge and techniques.
Philosophy of Department of Creative Technology Engineering
The department aims to produce human resources with general common sense and the capability to cope with internationalization required for a professional working member of society, as well as basic knowledge and techniques, including the ability of information processing, necessary for every kind of manufacturing, and technological creativity based on their own specialized fields, in addition to a continual eagerness for acquiring the knowledge and techniques of other fields.
Determination of the specialized course a student will belong to
The 1st year: Assignment to Department of Creative Technology Engineering Freshmen study common subjects, including liberal arts and sciences, and basic subjects of all specialized courses. They have one year to choose a suitable specialized course.
The 2nd year: Determination of the specialized course a student will belong to
From the 2nd to the 5th year:
The course a student will belong to is determined by his or her desire and scholastic achievements. The five courses include, Course of Electrical Engineering, Course of Information Engineering, and Course of Civil Engineering, Course of Chemical Engineering.