Introduction to the Graduate School of Engineering Master's Program Die-Mold and Casting Engineering

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Master's Program
  • Chemistry and Bioengineering
  • Frontier Materials and Function Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Design and Media Technology
  • Die-Mold and Casting Engineering
Doctoral Program
  • Frontier Matter and Function Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Design and Media Technology
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Master's Program
Die-Mold and Casting Engineering

We foster expert engineers who have good managerial abilities.

This first graduate program in Japan specializes in the basic technology for Die-Mold and casting, and supports Japan’s manufacturing sector.

The Die-Mold industry in the Iwate region is at a high level in manufacturing components for clocks, electric machines, and automobile manufacturing. The industry is also at a high level in manufacturing automobile engines and machine parts. Furthermore, Iwate is famous for its casting technology as exemplified by the traditional Nanbu cast-iron ware.

It is now vital to foster human resources so that the Iwate region can become a global base in this field. Thus, this community-based program foster expert engineers who know the theory and practice of manufacturing, and have good managerial abilities at the same time, in the hope of promoting the development and progress of product manufacturing in Japan. Furthermore, this process enhances and passes on the technology, aiming to contribute to the establishment of an internationally viable region for product manufacturing and to the preservation and development of product manufacturing skills in Japan.

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