Introduction of Curriculum

In the first and second years, students learn the basic subjects along with some specialized subjects. Particularly in the research project in the latter term of the second year, research training occurs with an individual research theme. From the third year, students join from colleges etc., and all students learn the main specialty subjects.

Regarding the experimental subjects, basic experiments regarding ICT technology are conducted in the first and second year. From the third year, while conducting data and intelligence engineering experiments, emphasis is placed on software exercises with the objective that students master practical programming skills. In the fourth year, graduation research is conducted until the middle of the latter term, and subsequently, in-service training is carried out at a national laboratory, local authority or private laboratory where the students can learn the actual development and research of businesses.

General Subjects

General Subjects
Introduction to Engineering Engineering and Science Laboratory Differential and Integral Calculus
Linear Algebra Probability and Statistics Physics
Chemistry Introduction to Physical Education and Sports Introduction to Philosophy
Asian History Introduction to Japanese Literature Psychology
Jurisprudence Social Science Life Science and Chemistry
Environmental Science English German
French Chinese Introductory Engineering Statistics
Microeconomics Macroeconomics Business Administration
Entrepreneurship Ethics for Engineering

Special Subjects(first and second degree)

Required Subjects
Introduction to Information and
Communication Technology
Introduction to Logic Circuits Programming 1
Programming 2 Programming 3 Programming 4V
Introduction to Discrete Mathematics Introduction to Data Structures Basic Experiments in Computer
Science and Engineering
Research Project    
Optional Subjects
Electric Circuits 1A Introduction to Mathematics for
Life Science and Informatics
Introduction to Statistical
Data Analysis
Introduction to Computer
Introduction to Brain and
Cognitive Sciences
Introduction to Knowledge
Introduction to Computer Science
and Engineering
Intelligent Information
Introduction to Communication
Descriptive Geometry Descriptive Geometry Exercise Electric Circuits 1B
Electronic Circuits 1    

Special Subjects(third and fourth degree)

Required Subjects
Laboratory Experiments on Computer
Science and Eigineering
Computer Programming 1 Computer Programming 2
Computer Programming 3 Computer Programming 4 Algorithms and Data Structures
Probability and Statistics Formal Language Theory Discrete Mathematics
Information Networks Supervised Research On-the-job Training
Optional Subjects
Information Theory and Coding Numerical Analysis Applied Linear Algebra
Communication Engineering Image Processing Control Engineering
Speech and Natural Language
Digital Signal Processing Theory of Computation
Software Engineering Multivariate Analysis Machine Learning and Pattern
Software Design Methodology Database Chemoinformatics
Programming Languages    
Optional Subects (Computer and Information Science Course
Logic Circuit Design Computer Architecture Operating Systems
Compiler Embedded System Distributed Systems
Optional Subjects (Information and Systems Science Course
Human Information Processing Computational and Mathematical Modeling Bio- and Neuroinformatics
Intelligent Information Processing interface Design Simulation Engineering

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