A Guide for High School Students 2020-2021

■:Compulsory Course ■:Compulsory Elective Course ■:Elective Course ■:Optional CourseFaculty of Science and Technology General Subject Courses, etc.Study basic subjects common to all departments and acquire basic knowledgeStudy basic subjects as well as engineering and applied sciences, conduct experiments and exercises in various fieldsGive priority to studying interesting disciplines based on three key themesConduct graduation research as a culmination of what was studied for four yearsGeneral Studies and LanguageCurriculumImparting wisdom to realize (create) “materials and devices” that will greatly benefit both global and human environmentsFirst yearSecond yearThird yearFourth yearEnergy *● Optical Systems and Applications ● Electromagnetism ● Applied Fluid Mechanics ● Introduction to Heat-transfer EngineeringMachineryElectric/Electronic EngineeringPhysicsKey ThemesSubstances/Materials/Devices*● Applied Mechanics of Materials ● Fracture Mechanics ● Energy & Materials ● Continuum Mechanics ● Vibration EngineeringManufacturing/Systems*● Fundamentals of Finite Element Method ● Applied Structural Studies● Precision Machining ● Machine Design ● Precision Machining & Machine Tools ● Robotics ● System Modeling and Controls ● Fundamentals of System Analysis ● Welfare and Human EngineeringEnergy● Electric Power System Engineerings ● Electric Machinery ● Power Electronicss ● Motor Drive SystemSubstances/Materials/Devices● Opto-electromagnetic Wave Transmission Engineering ● Optoelectronics ● Electronic Quantum Mechanics ● Quantum Information Electronics ● Electronic Devices● Basics of Electromagnetic Wave PropagationManufacturing/Systems● Measurement and Control Engineering ● Fundamental Theory of Signals ● Communication Network System ● Information & Communication EngineeringEnergy● Physics of Atomic Collisions ● Laser Science ● Clean Combustion Science ● Functional Polymer  ● Life Cycle AssessmentSubstances/Materials/Devices● Quantum Optics ● Low-Temperature Electronic Properties ● Mathematical Physics ● Quantum Statistical Mechanics ● Introduction to Materials Science ● Quantum Mechanics● Exercises of Quantum PhysicsManufacturing/Systems● Electromagnetic Materials Science ● Basics of Optical Physics ● Radiation Physics and Chemistry● Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy ● Ceramics & Glass MaterialsExperiments & Exercises● Outline of Science & Technology ● Basic Chemistry● Basic Biology ● Basic Physics ● Basic Informatics ● Engineering and Applied Sciences ● Mathematics● Physics Lab. ● Electrical and Electronic Engineering Lab.● Engineering & Applied Sciences Lab. ● Exercises in Mechanical System Design● Basic Dynamics of Machinery ● Quantum Mechanics ● Opto-electronic Devices ● Electric Power Engineering● Mechanical Engineering Seminar● Quantum Mechanics● Basic Physics 2 ● Analytical Mechanics ● Introduction to Physics in Daily Life ● Electromagnetism ● Thermodynamics ● Basic Mechanical System Design ● Materials Science ● Electric Circuits ● Engineering Thermodynamics ● Fluid Mechanics ● Basic Quantum Mechanics ● Electronic Circuits ● Fundamentals of Control Engineering ● Basic Mechanics of Materials ● Dynamics of Machinery ● Applied Electronic Physics ● Statistical Mechanics ● Fundamentals of Semiconductor Physics● Experiments & Exercises of Basic Science ● Experiments & Exercises in Engineering and Applied Sciences● Engineering and Applied Sciences● Experiments & Exercises in Engineering and Applied Sciences● English for Science/Engineering● English for Science/Engineering● Physical Mathematics and Eigenfunction Expansion  ● Partial Differential Equations● Physics Lab. ● Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab.● Exercises in Mechanical System Design ● Graduation ResearchThe original website of the Department of Engineering and Applied Scienceswww.eas.sophia.ac.jp/What is the Department of Engineering and Applied Sciences?The Department of Engineering and Applied Sciences explores the possibilities of discovering and applying new physical phenomena and aims to create new functions never seen before. It strives to develop highly creative individuals who study science and technology in a way that combines the two, and promote the harmonious development of industrial technology and natural science. By combining three academic disciplines (mechanical engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, and physics) with three key themes (Generation and Utilization of Energy, Understanding Substances and Creating Materials/Devices, and Manufacturing and Creating Systems), the department offers specialized education that can be applied to various areas. is section introduces the curriculum of the Department of Engineering and Applied Sciences and classes for specialized courses. Learning of Science and TechnologyDepartment of Engineering and Applied Sciences* Energy Generation and Utilization of Energy* Substances/Materials/Devices Understanding Substances and Creating Materials/Devices* Manufacturing/Systems Manufacturing and Creating Systems20

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