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Related graduate schools and institutes
Graduate schools are available for students who have acquired basic academic skills at the undergraduate level to further explore specialized fields in depth.
Graduate schools offer a two-year master's program and a three-year doctoral program.
The objective of this program is to cultivate profound academic knowledge from a broad perspective based on a foundation of general and specialized education at the undergraduate level, and to develop theoretical and practical research skills in specialized fields.
The objective of this program is to contribute to the advancement of culture by adding new knowledge to conventional academic standards through original research, and to cultivate the ability to supervise research in specialized fields.
The organizations related to the two departments - the Department of Information and Communication Engineering and the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering - have seven majors, including Department of Information and Communication Engineering and Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, as well as six research institutes, with a total of about 100 faculty members.
Please refer to each faculty member's website for information on their affiliations.
Here is a list of faculty members.
Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
Graduate School of Engineering
EEIS (Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems)（Web）
Dept. of Bio Engineering（Web）
Institute of Engineering Innovation（Web）
Institute for Innovation in International Engineering Education（Web）
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