Faculty of Engineering  Department of Materials Science and Engineering

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  • Department of Materials Science and Engineering
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  • Chemistry and Bioengineering
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Future Careers

While being based in the former Department of Materials Science and Engineering, we use leading-edge electronic, ceramic, eco-material, and nanoelectronic material science and programming to revitalize our educational content and develop human resources who can play an active part in a variety of industrial sites requiring materials technology. Our goal is to produce many excellent material engineers with practical problem-solving abilities and a wide range of specialized basic academic skills related to state-of-the-art materials engineering, for raw materials industries such as steel and non-metallic materials industries, automotive and machine parts industries, semiconductor manufacturing and electronic equipment industries, IT and computer-related industries, and so on.

Available Qualifications

National examinations and qualification tests that may be taken by graduates
  • Hazardous Materials Handler, Grade A (exam qualification)
Teaching licenses that may be acquired by graduates
  • High School Teacher License, First Grade (Science, Industrial Arts)

Expected fields of employment

Graduates are expected to find work in raw material industries such as steel and nonferrous metals, automotive and machine parts industries, semiconductor manufacturing and electronic equipment industries, IT and computer-related industries, and so on.