Faculty of Engineering
- Updated on March 1, 2016
At a glance
- 2,380Undergraduates enrolled
- 857Graduates enrolled
- 107International students enrolled
- 138Faculty members
The Faculty of Engineering was established in 1949, growing out of the former Kobe Technical College, which was originally established in 1921. Since then, the Faculty has contributed to the development of modern industrial society in the latter half of the 20th Century through its education and research.
The aim of the Faculty in the new millennium is to educate future researchers and engineers to be able to contribute to the welfare of humankind through cutting-edge technologies.
The Faculty now has six departments: Architecture, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Science and Engineering, and Computer and Systems Engineering, each of which consists of several divisions dedicated to specific purposes of education and research. Approximately two-thirds of students continue on to Master's program for higher education.
- Spatial Design
- Architectural Planning, History and Theory
- Engineering of Building Safety
- Engineering of Environmental Engineering
- Engineering of Human Safety
- Engineering of Environmental Symbiosis
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Physical Electronics
- Computer and Information Engineering
- Thermo-Fluid Dynamics
- Mechanics and Physics of Materials
- Design and Manufacturing
Chemical Science and Engineering
- Applied Chemistry
- Chemical Engineering
Computer Science and Systems Engineering
- System Science
- Information Science
- Computational Science
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