Faculty of Engineering  Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Department of Chemistry and Bioengineering
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    • Future Careers
  • Department of Materials Science and Engineering
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  • Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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  • Department of Mechanical Engineering
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  • Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
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  • Chemistry and Bioengineering
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Future Careers

Leveraging the wide range of knowledge and skills they have acquired about electricity, electronics, communication and information, our graduates work in a broad range of industries including electrical equipment, electronic parts, information and communication, software, and industries related to electric power. Also, in order to acquire a higher level of expertise, many go on to graduate school.

Available Qualifications

National examinations and qualification tests that may be taken by graduates

○Electrical Engineering Program

  • Chief Electricity Engineer (work experience required)
  • Chief Telecommunications Engineer (some examinations exempted)

○Computer Science Program

  • Information Technology Engineer (Fundamental Information Technology Engineer, Applied Information Technology Engineer, Network Specialist, Database Specialist, Embedded Systems Specialist, Information Security Specialist, etc.)
Teaching licenses that may be acquired by graduates
  • High School Teacher Regular License, First Grade (Mathematics, Industrial Arts)

Expected fields of employment

Graduates will be expected to find work in industries such as semiconductor and electronic components manufacturing, electronics and communications equipment manufacturing, precision equipment manufacturing, computer equipment manufacturing, information and communication services, software development, and automotive and transportation equipment manufacturing.