Graduate Course in Electrical, Electronic, and Communication Engineering

Under the advanced electric energy management, electrical, electronic, and communication engineering (studies on wireless communication, digital signal processing, sensor devices, thin-film devices, plasma, and pulsed power) is essential for building the ICT (information and communication technology) based society. This course provides education and research opportunities by offering specialized fields including electric energy, electronic devices, and communication and electronic system. Based on electric and electronic engineering and electromagnetics taught at the undergraduate level, students acquire expertise in their specialized fields by learning subjects that are offered in different fields in a well-balanced manner including Advanced Electromagnetic Theory, Advanced Communications System Engineering, and Advanced Electronic Properties as well as through their research work at their labs.

Division of Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences(Master's Program)