Architecture is often said to be a receptacle in which human life
and culture is developing. It is created as a combined product of art and
engineering, and at the same time it must be safe, beautiful and functional.
Based on this idea, the department of architecture offers the curriculum consisting of various fundamental subjects which comprehend social sciences, humanities and fine arts, and of specialized subjects such as structural engineering, construction engineering and environmental engineering. Hence, students can choose any field which makes the most of their personalities and talents and satisfies their desires of learning and creating.
Completing the five-year program, students are expected to take active roles in building industries as designers, planners, engineers and builders.
Students will be qualified for the examination to become second class architect, which is a legal license of Japan, immediately after graduation, then they will be candidates for first class architect four years later.
The Educational Objectives of the Department of ArchitectureThe department of Architecture aims to educate practical engineers while cultivating creative originality, by transferring the comprehensive skills of technology and culture. These skills are related to construction techniques of building and city space, environmental adjustment and constructive safety, for the purpose of constructing social space.
Based on the above criteria, the Department of Architecture upholds its “Engineer to Be Trained” and its “Educational Objectives” below:
Engineer to Be Trained
An engineer who has, and comprehensively develops, fundamental technology and culture on the construction techniques of building and city space, environmental adjustment and constructive safety, for the purpose of constructing social space.