Outline and Features

The Graduate School of Engineering offers three majors:

  1. Architecture, Civil Engineering and Urban Design
  2. Electrical, Electronic and Mechanical Engineering
  3. Applied Chemistry, Environmental and Biomedical Engineering
In the Graduate School of Engineering, fundamental scientific and specialized technological knowledge, and the basics cultivated during the undergraduate courses are deepened and further developed. Through participation in cutting-edge projects at six active research centers in addition to joint research projects with companies and public research organizations, graduate students study and learn current trends and topics of our society. Students are expected to become thoroughly familiar with the latest technological knowledge to acquire the skills to understand and solve challenging problems utilizing their creativity. One of our goals is to produce work-ready graduates who can assume vital roles in technological research and development for the society in the future.

Related Organization

The three majors in the Graduate School of Engineering work in close cooperation with six research centers at OIT:

  1. Nanomaterials and Microdevices Research Center
  2. Structural Research Center
  3. Robotics & Design Center
  4. Center for Monodzukuri Management
  5. Monozukuri Center (MONOLAB)
Graduate school and these research centers jointly cooperate with industrial companies on advanced research topics.

Structural Research Center
Structural Research Center
Nanomaterials Microdevices Research Center
Nanomaterials Microdevices Research Center
Advanced Rocket Laboratory
Advanced Rocket Laboratory
A Laboratory of Environmental Engineering
A Laboratory of Environmental Engineering