Develops each student’s ability to become independent and advance toward a bright future

The field of science and technology requires individuals with a broad perspective and accurate judgement in addition to professional skills. The curriculum of the School of Science and Technology is designed to ensure that students acquire not only the basic expertise and skills as engineers or researchers, but also grow as mature individuals with a good grounding in the humanities and social sciences through interactions with many people.

Educational Overview

Holistic education is the primary educational principle of the School of Science and Technology. The goal is to develop engineers and researchers with a broad perspective, accurate judgement, and flexible creativity by combining high quality education in science and technology. To this end, a unique curriculum and class system has been established in the following subject areas: departmental specialized subjects, integrated culture, foreign languages, health and physical education, basic science, common basic specialized subjects, multidisciplinary specialized subjects, and specialized subjects for the teaching profession. Listed below are the two main characteristics of the School:

Class system that promotes interaction among students and ensures each student’s academic success

The School offers foreign language and health and physical education classes in small cross-departmental groups to promote small-group education and interchanges among students across departments. Moreover, basic subjects of mathematics, physics, and chemistry are offered in the following three types of classes to ensure each student’s academic success: standard class, basic class with closer care and attention, and advanced class for higher level of learning.

Unique and interdisciplinary seminars in integrated culture

These seminars are geared for freshmen and sophomores and offer discussion-based classes in various fields, where students can build and enjoy close ties with classmates and instructors.

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