Master - Systems Science
- Updated on March 1, 2016
In the Department of Systems Science, we study the basic theories and methodologies for analyzing, designing, constructing, and operating systems of increasing size and complexity. Students work with concepts and functions that are common to a variety of systems, in a logical, scientific, and practical manner, without specializing in a specific engineering field, such as mechanics, electronics, or information engineering. Additionally, students integrate software and hardware engineering, pursue connections between the real world and the information world, and acquire interdisciplinary academic experience in a wide variety of theories and technologies related to system infrastructure.
Fundamentals of Systems Science
The Fundamentals of Systems Science provides students with education and research experience in the theoretical basics and methodologies for system analysis, design, construction, and operation.
Innovation of Systems Science
The Innovation of Systems Science group deals with methodologies and techniques related to the realization of systems with near human intelligence, and system theories for intelligent system design.
Applied Robot Science (Collaborative Program: Mitsubishi Electric Corporation)
About the Master's Program
The master’s program in the Graduate School of System Informatics aims to produce highly creative specialists with knowledge that encompasses all areas of this subject, a wide interdisciplinary perspective, and a multifaceted viewpoint that is essential to solving issues in emergent and multidisciplinary fields.
Master of System Informatics
Master of Engineering
Fundamentals of Systems Science,
Innovation of Systems Science,
Applied Robot Science
Total Intake (AY 2015)
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