Electrical and Control

Study a fusion of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering, to become an engineer capable of creating dream-like technology

Electrical01.jpg  Through a well-balanced blend of study in the fields of electrical, mechanical, and information technology, this program is designed to produce practical engineers with a mastery of applied technology spanning all three fields.



The main content of study of each school year

Year 1

Learning the fundamentals of electrical, mechanical, and information technology

 The main focus is on general scientific and technical fundamentals. You will also study the basics of computer technology to develop information literacy.

  • Mathematics
  • Chemistry
  • Hands-on Training
  • Engineering Ethics
  • Computer Base
Year 2

Consolidating the basics of electrical and mechanical technology, and acquiring specialist knowledge and skills

 By studying the fundamentals of electrical and mechanical systems, you will develop a solid understanding of fabrication.

  • Physics
  • Introduction to Electrical Engineering
  • Computer Programming
  • Design and Drawing
  • Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering
Year 3

Starting full-scale practical work on electrical and mechanical systems design

 You will expand your specialized knowledge of electricity, magnetism, and dynamics, and begin to study mechatronics, a fusion of these three fields.

  • Electromagnetism
  • Electric Circuit
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Fundamentals of Mechatronics Engineering
  • Experiments in System Engineering
Year 4

Participation in an internship with a company 

 You will pursue more advanced studies in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and information engineering.

  • Electronic Circuit
  • Control Engineering
  • Strength of Materials
  • Creative Mechatronics
  • Experiments in System Engineering
Year 5

Assignment to a laboratory and complete commitment to your graduation research

 You will tackle creative research and development work, comprehensively utilizing all the knowledge so far acquired.

  • Graduation Research
  • Power Electronics
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Energy Conversion Engineering