The college of Engineering has the objective of rearing talented individuals who are creative, responsible and ethical, and possess an outstanding ability in comprehensive design and in performing tasks on the field. We are working hard to produce capable individuals who possess expertise useful in international economics and future progress.
- Dept. of Energy and Chemical Engineering
- Dept. of Vehicle Engineering
- Dept. of Electrical Engineering
- Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics
- Dept. of Electronics Engineering
- Dept. of Mechatronics
- Dept. of Industrial and Management Engineering
- Dept. of Safety Engineering
- Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
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The Major of Safety Engineering cultivates abilities for analysis and evaluations for various potential disasters and factors within work environments. Based on such foundations, our major endeavors to cultivate safety and health specialists who can propose scientific measure for disaster prevention and protection. At the same time, we endeavor to cultivate individuals possessing creativity independence, and democratic values who will become leaders in the development and security of regional society.
The Major of Safety Engineering is a field dedicated to the research of systematic knowledge systems regarding definition, progress and countermeasures for disasters. As a result, the range of study is not limited to only safety engineering design and maintenance, but also conducts extensive studies on numerous related areas, such as safe operation of machines, equipments, cleanliness of work environments, and business management of safety features. While our area of study had been separated in numerous deep yet narrow modules of study, it had been difficult to propose measures which completely understand all disaster phenomenon in comprehensive ways. Consequently, the range of research for the Major of Safety Engineering exceeds the previous bounds of our area to include other yet connected studies, such as chemistry, physics, industrial engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, construction engineering, environmental engineering, hygienic engineering and human engineering.