Systems Design Program
※Admissions discontinued from 2024 intake.


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Educational and Research Goals

This major’s educational and research objective is to foster technical leaders, engineers and other practitioners that can meet society’s demand for global engineers. They develop the internationally recognized communication skills, broad perspective and sense of ethics, strong sense of goal achievement and management sense based on a deep knowledge of the principles and applications of engineering-related fields.

About JABEE Accreditation

Our Systems Design Program became the first master’s degree program in the engineering (combined or new disciplines) and engineering-related fields to receive Japan Accreditation Board for Engineering Education (JABEE) accreditation.

Guaranteeing the international equivalence of education quality
JABEE-accredited programs are recognized as the virtual equivalents of training programs for engineers elsewhere in the world.

Acquiring associate professional engineer status while working is possible
You can acquire associate professional engineer credentials in half the usual time (two years) by completing the accredited Systems Design Program.

Benefits for students who complete the program
1. Exempt from the national First-Step Professional Engineer Examination
2. Possessing engineer-in-training qualifications, they can acquire national associate professional engineer status simply by registering
Note: Upon accumulating a minimum of four years of experience, they can become professional engineers if they pass the Second-Step Professional Engineer Examination.


Curriculum system


Graduate School of Engineering