1. To become engineers who promote harmony between nature and society.
1-a To acquire basic knowledge for living in a contemporary society and to have interest in various social issues.
1-b To work on various problems and to have interest in the relations between technology and society.
2. To become engineers who deal responsibly with global concerns.
2-a To grasp the meaning of Japanese sentences accurately and to have an appropriate idea of their own.
2-b To understand basic English accurately and to express themselves in English.
3. To become engineers who use their creativity to develop technology.
3-a To acquire the knowledge of natural science such as mathematics, physics and chemistry essential for technical knowledge.
3-b To make documents by use of computers and peripherals and to obtain useful information through the network.
3-c To acquire basic knowledge of their specific field through the study and experiments of engineering.
3-d To foster their creativity and to make use of knowledge of their specific field through handicraft and continuous study.
4. To become engineers who see situations from others’ points of view.
4-a To understand the social responsibility of engineers.
4-b To see situations from others’ points of view by learning various kinds of values through history and many different cultures.
(Advanced Engineering Courses)
1. To promote harmony between nature and society.
1-1 To understand the history and cultures of human beings.
1-2 To understand the relation between human society and environment.
1-3 To recognize technology’s influence on the society, and to acquire the ability to be able to propose manufacturing which considers the global environment.
2. To deal responsibly with global concerns.
2-1 To deepen knowledge of Japan, and have interests in world affairs.
2-2 To acquire the ability to make a logical description and presentation.
2-3 To acquire communication ability in a foreign language.
3. To use their creativity to develop technology.
3-1 To acquire basic knowledge of natural science such as mathematics, physics, and chemistry.
3-2 To acquire the ability to operate various kinds of information equipment.
3-3 To acquire the expertise of engineering, to have an attitude to carry on learning on an independent and sustainable basis, and the ability to solve the problems following empirical procedures systematically under given constraints.
4. To see situation from other’s points of view.
4-1 To acquire a certain moral to lead a life as a good citizen.
4-2 To understand the responsibility to the society as an engineer.
4-3 To understand and respect other cultures.
4-4 To acquire the ability to make plans for solutions to various problems and carry them out systematically and cooperatively in the group.