Features of the program

Masaomi Kimura
Director,Computer and Communications EngineeringProgram

We educate students with universal knowledge that can be used in any age, based on basic mathematical and physics skills and specialized knowledge of information and communication.

Acquired capabilities

Basic knowledge of natural sciences such as mathematics and physics, specific and cross-disciplinary knowledge of information and communication, and methods of solving technological problems through practical education based on research are acquired in support of the foundation of technology.

Point

Using specialized information, communication, and cross-cutting knowledge to solve technical problems

Keywords

The Computer and Communications Engineering program fosters the following discipline-specific items throughout the curriculum

Software

New common sense with original technology

Hardware

Information industry revolution in the new century

Network

Intelligent and secure information and communication infrastructure

Communication

Access to unknown territory

Multimedia

New creativity for humanity

Information design

Pursuing and realizing a better user experience

Foundation

Cultivating the fundamentals of engineering

Safety and disaster prevention

Building social infrastructure for the new century

Multi

Borderless activity

Industries in which you are expected to work

In the Computer and Communications Engineering program, students will acquire abilities that are expected to play an active role mainly in the following industries

Software
development

Communications
industry

Information
industry

ICT
infrastructure

General
home appliances
manufacturer

Electronic devices
manufacturing

Transportation
business

Transportation
equipment
manufacturing

Energy industry

Courses

Information and Communications Engineering Course

In this course, students systematically learn the basic technologies of information and communication from both sides of hardware and software. Students will learn a wide range of topics including information processing, circuits, signal processing and measurement, electromagnetic waves, communications and networks, and multimedia. In the experiment and practice courses, students will learn the basics through hands-on experiments such as programming for network construction and analysis, and fabrication and evaluation of optical and wireless communication circuits.

Computer Science and Engineering Course

Students study computer science and engineering technologies such as software, hardware, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and human communication, as well as the principles of computer science. Through a wealth of lectures and exercises in programming and system development, students will acquire the knowledge to promote the development and creation of cutting-edge technologies.

Policies of the Computer and Communications Engineering Program

Please refer to the official Shibaura Institute of Technology website for policy information.