Civil Engineering & Architectural Design Course
In order for us to live everyday life in a safe, secure and healthy way, social capital such as roads, bridges, railroads, ports, water supply and sewerage, houses, hospitals, and schools are a necessity.
Nowadays, infrastructures need to adapt themselves to various changes. For example, on a global scale, the improvement of environmental performance such as lower environmental impact and energy conservation, or on city and regional scales, creative design skills to adjust to the structural changes of society and life environment such as the decreasing birth-rate, aging population and shrinking population.
In this course, the curriculum is designed to foster practical engineers with creative design skills by globally learning about the technology and system needed for such infrastructures.
In addition, starting from higher grades, it is possible to study specialized fields such as fundamental infrastructures and systems of the society of future, and in 2009 the Architectural Design field was also expanded.
Our curriculum fosters practical engineers with creative design skills, led by the keywords "construction", "disaster prevention", "environment", "planning" and "architecture".
In the Great East Japan Earthquake that occurred on March 11th, 2011, many precious lives were lost and infrastructure also suffered serious damage. As future engineers specializing in the development of social infrastructure, it is necessary to consider the major issues of national disasters such as land conservation, disaster prevention and creative reconstruction and it is in the hand of future creative engineers to realize as quickly as possible an urban environment where everyone can live safely and comfortably.
Measurement of air bubbles in a concrete cross section
Separation culture of water treatment useful microorganisms