Educational Topics in DEEE

(Updated on Jan.5,2001)

All of the undergraduate students are required to obtain mandatory credits on the fundamental theories of electrical and electronic engineering like Electrical Circuit Theory and Electromagnetic Theory including exercises, on some of Course Laboratories, and on mathematics like Differential Equations. The other subjects will be selected by individual student according to his/her interest. Daytime students are also required to be involved in one of the research projects offered by the department to complete the graduation thesis. For the nighttime course students, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Seminar is offered in stead of the graduation thesis project.

An English conversation class organized by native speakers is offered to both Japanese and foreign students to improve their skills of English conversation. Both undergraduate and graduate students have an opportunity for taking part in the lectures and seminars offered by our domestic and foreign guests from other universities, companies, and research institutes, and learn what are going on in the practical world of electrical and electronic engineering.

A tour to visit manufacturers and research institutes for several days, which is organized by daytime students themselves, is valuable experience to learn how things they are learning are applied to the practical industrial processes.

A lot of undergraduate and graduate students from many foreign countries are studying in our department, and experiencing active exchange of their knowledge, cultures, etc. with faculty, staff and other students. A Japanese course is opened for foregn students and their families.
Computer Assisted Electronic Circuit Fabrication for Freshmen

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