IWAKI MEISEI UNIVERSITY

Undergraduate School

Department of Science and Engineering

What to learn

We provide a systematic curriculum to help students learn engineering and scientific subjects in a balanced manner.
We provide a systematic curriculum consisting of general education, introductory education, basic professional education, applied professional education, graduation research, production, and readings, so that students can learn engineering and scientific subjects in a balanced manner.
In the first and second years, we provide “freshers seminars” positioned as the introduction to subsequent specialized subjects, basic experimental subjects, and basic practices corresponding to the four courses. These practices provide students with as much information as possible for deciding one of the four courses.
In the third year, students decide the course of their choice according to their interest and concern. They can learn specialized subjects in their own courses, and in the fourth year, they move forward to their graduation research projects.

Specialized subjects in the four courses

Course of Environment and Energy

Subjects related to the establishment of a sustainable society including environmental engineering, experiences in nature, power generation systems

Course of Life Science

Subjects that provide students with a wide range of expertise and technology related to life science, including cell biology, microbiology, instrumental analysis, and environmental science

Course of Electronic and Computer Science

Specialized subjects closely related to computer programming, information networking technology and other related subjects, electronic engineering and electrical circuits.

Course of Mechanical Engineering

Subjects related to product design and manufacturing that are necessary for engineers, such as mechanical design, CAD/CAM, control, and machining

What to become in the future

We strive to foster expert engineers who can actively accept various challenges that modern society is facing by taking advantage of practical capability, problem-solving ability, and communication skills.
The Department of Science and Engineering strives to foster expert engineers who can flexibly accept various challenges that modern society is facing through learning based on the four courses, including those related to environment, energy, information, falling birthrate and the aging population, and local revitalization.

Expected future career options
Individual expected future career options

Course of Environment and Energy

School teaching staff; energy industry such as electric power, gas, and petroleum; environmental fields such as environment measurement, recycling, and food products

Course of Life Science

Science teachers; production sites related to environmental analysis, biology, and chemistry

Course of Electronic and Computer Science

Information and communications-related fields; manufacturing industry such as electronic equipment; and computer-related fields such as system engineers and programmers

Course of Mechanical Engineering

Manufacturing industry related to automobiles, precision machines, manufacturing, machining tools, and machine elements; design and development fields

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