Department of Electric and Electronic Engineering

- Electronics and Information/Communication Course
- Energy and Environment Course

Department of Electric and Electronic Engineering


Producing Engineers Who Can Use Diverse Electronic Technologies to Contribute to Society

Dramatic advancements in electronics have led to its application in a multitude of fields, including ubiquitous computing, advanced high-speed communication networks, optical/laser applications, and next-generation energy development. Electronics is at the heart of technological development around the world; it is a fundamental technology that is integral to all types of industry. The Department of Electric and Electronic Engineering's educational philosophy entails developing students into engineers who can utilize wide-ranging expertise and tackle various issues in a motivated and consistent manner. Our goal is human resources development that can make a positive contribution to society.

Meeting the Needs for Diverse Learning

In this department, students can satisfy their need for diverse learning across a wide range of fields, from electronics and information/telecommunications to energy and the environment. Students begin by acquiring the basic knowledge common to these various fields. Then, as they progress through the academic year, they delve deeper into their specialized area. Experiments and training are closely linked to lectures, so students are able to experience first-hand what they learn about in class. This practically oriented curriculum deepens students' understanding through a systematic approach to education that takes them from the basics to the cutting edge of technology.

Electronics and Information/Communication Course

Pursuing a Ubiquitous Network Society via the Latest Advances in Electronics, IT, and Communications

Across a broad swathe of different industries, there is strong demand for a high level of electronics expertise in areas such as optical communications and medical laser technology. One outstanding feature of this department is that it covers a wide diversity of research areas, including hardware (electronic materials, semiconductors, and control systems), information and telecommunications, and future-oriented energy engineering (including nuclear energy). Our goal is to develop students into engineers who can build on a foundation in electrical and electronic engineering to create next-generation technologies in a variety of fields.


Specialized subjects 1st year 2nd year 3rd year 4th year
Required subjects Programming Methodology I [2]
Electric Circuits II [2]
Practice in Electrical and Electronic Engineering [1]
Fundamentals of Electronic Circuits [2]
Electromagnetics I [2]
Electromagnetics II [2]
Experiments in Electrical and Electronic Engineering [2]
Experiments in Engineering Design [2]
Seminar for Bachelor Thesis [1]
Experiments in Electronics, Information & Communications [3]
Individual Study for Bachelor Thesis [8]
Elective required subjects   Differential Equations [2]
Complex Functions [2]
Vector Analysis [2]
Fourier and Laplace Transform [2]
Probability and Statistics [2]
Elective subjects Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Engineering [2]
Electric Circuits I [2]
Introduction to Computers [2]
Exercises in Production and Assembling [2]
Programming Methodology II [1]
Electric Circuits III [2]
Electric Circuits IV [2]
Electrical Measurements [2]
Introduction to Electrical Properties [2]
Analog Circuit Design [2]
Logic Circuits [2]
Exercises in Computer Aided Design [2]
Electromagnetics III [2]
Electronic and Electrical Materials [2]
Embedded Systems [2]
Communication Systems [2]
Algorithms and Data Structures [2]
Digital Circuit Design [2]
Sequential Circuits [2]
Fundamentals of Control Engineering [2]
Control Engineering [2]
Network Engineering [2]
Semiconductor Electronics [2]
Electronic Machinery [2]
Optoelectronics [2]
Information Theory [2]
Mobile Communication Engineering [2]
Simulation Engineering [2]
Basic Study of Production [2]
Exercises in Digital Circuit Design [2]
Electromagnetic Wave Engineering [2]
Lectures on the Radio Law [2]
Image Processing Engineering [2]
  • This curriculum is for the year 2014 and is subject to change for 2015.
  • Figures in [ ] indicate the number of credits.