Learning and Educational Goals - Faculty of Engineerin

Learning and Educational Goals (Undergraduate Students) Students in this course must achieve the following learning and educational goals by the time of graduation.


To achieve self-set goals, one must take planned and consistent actions. A-1: Setting their own goals, thinking independently, and taking proactive actions. A-2: Taking planned and continuous actions to achieve their goals.

Social Understanding and Cooperation

To understand the significance of contributing learning and research outcomes to society and to comprehend the responsibility as a professional towards society, as well as collaborating with diverse individuals. B-1: To understand the significance of comprehending the local and global society, and utilizing the knowledge and skills as an engineer for the benefit of society. B-2: To acquire ethical principles as an engineer and be conscious of responsibilities towards society. B-3: To establish common goals within a group and develop teamwork and cooperation skills to achieve them.

Communication skills

To acquire communication skills that are applicable in both local and international societies. C-1: To acquire basic communication skills in English and other foreign languages. C-2: To develop the ability to express knowledge, ideas, etc., logically through written text, charts, and presentations, as well as engage in discussions and debates.

Fundamental academic ability

To acquire the fundamental academic proficiency required for continuing studies in the field of Information Engineering. D-1: To acquire the fundamental academic proficiency in mathematics and physics required for the field of Information Engineering. D-2: To apply mathematics and physics in the field of Information Engineering.


To acquire broad knowledge and flexible thinking skills in order to appropriately address complex problems. E-1: To acquire a broad range of knowledge in the fields of social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. E-2: To utilize a wide range of information and knowledge from various fields and think flexibly about things.


To acquire practical skills in the field of Information Engineering. F-1: To acquire programming skills. F-2: To acquire fundamental skills in the field of Information Engineering.

Problem-solving ability and creativity

To comprehensively utilize the theory and technology of Information Engineering and creatively address challenges within given constraints. G-1: To analyze problems, perform modeling, and appropriately set tasks. G-2: To solve problems by integrating acquired knowledge and skills under given constraints, and evaluate the solutions with appropriate criteria. G-3: To apply creativity in problem-solving.


To acquire specialized knowledge in the field of Information Engineering. H-1: To acquire core knowledge in the field of Information Engineering. H-2: To acquire knowledge in the areas of computer systems, information communication systems, and computer applications. The educational objectives (Diploma Policy) of the Master’s Program in Information Engineering at the Graduate School are as follows:

Through education and research in the theory and application of Information Engineering, the program aims to contribute to the advancement of academia and science and technology, while fostering individuals equipped with advanced expertise and skills who can make meaningful contributions to society. In pursuit of these educational principles and goals, the following “Learning and Education Objectives” are established.

  • Acquire in-depth knowledge and practical skills in the field of Information Engineering.

  • Develop a broad perspective and the ability to understand related or diverse fields.

  • Cultivate the ability to identify and solve challenges in the field of Information Engineering.

  • Conduct research and investigate the status of technological advancements in Information Engineering, enabling understanding of the current situation and identifying research challenges.

  • Design, execute, and evaluate research and experimental plans for problem-solving in Information Engineering.

  • Develop effective communication and leadership skills.