The Graduate School of Science and Engineering (Engineering) comprises the Master's Program and the Doctoral Program. The Master's Program, with a fixed number of 270 students, has nine majors, i.e., Polymer Science and Engineering, Organic Device Engineering, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Bio-System Engineering, Informatics, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Systems Engineering and Management of Technology.
The Doctoral Program has a fixed number of 26 students and consists of five majors, i.e., Organic Materials Engineering, Bioengineering, Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Mechanical Systems Engineering and Management of Technology.
Under the motto of "a graduate school that cultivate the ability to break new ground" in line with the social situation of the 21st century and the changing industrial structure, the graduate school is further improving engineering education and energizing research activities. Its target is to foster people with outstanding abilities backed by research capabilities in their majored fields and sophisticated expertise, and the school has produced a lot of excellent talents.
The Doctoral Program helps build rich lives and create a prosperous future by developing people who can contribute to society with rich knowledge and advanced research capabilities necessary to engage in highly sophisticated, world-class research and education.