The Faculty of Advanced Engineering at Kagawa KOSEN aims to develop analytical problem-solving skills, as well as research ability of students so that they become practical and creative engineers who will play impotant roles in various industries, and contribute to the regional economy and society through collaborative projects.
To accomplish this goal, the Faculty of Advanced Engineering is comprised of the Courses in Industrial and Systems Engineering Program at the Takamatsu Campus, and the Course in Electronics, Information and Communication Engineering Program at the Takuma Campus.
This course has four sub-courses to educate students to be practical engineers with plobrem-solving skills and the creativity to develop technologies.
Mechanical Engineering Course
This course is for future mechanical engineers with abilities for problem solving and original creativity.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Course
This course is for future electrical engineers, electronic engineers, computer engineers and researchers.
Electro-Mechanical Systems Engineering Course
This course is for future mechatronics engineers with well-founded skills who contribute to the hyman happiness and welfare.
Civil Engineering Course
This course is for future civil engineers with knowledge of anti-seismic, disaster prevention recycling and environmental preservation techniques.
This course has two sub-courses to educate students for practical highly sophisticated engineers with knowledge of originality in electronics, information and communication engineering.
Electronics and Information Engineering Course
This course is an educational program of engineers who follow the standard JABEE (Japan Accrediation Board for Engineering Education).
Electronics, Information and Communication Engineering Vocational Course
This is the course in which students can be intent on the archivement of technology and expertise.
The Advanced Course in Kagawa KOSEN is based on five education programs, which consist of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechatronics, Civil Engineering, Electronics, Information and Communication Engineering 1) programs to improve the qualification and quality of engineering education. Programs are designed as the step for students to get qualification of professional engineer (P.E.). Those who have finished the advanced course and education program and passed the primary examinaion of P.E. are qualified to become engineers that work on domestic or international stages.
The education programs of Takamatsu Campus and Takuma Campus in Kagawa KOSEN have been accredited as appropriate education systems and programs for college of technology by NIAD-UE 2) (National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation) since 2007. And four programs of Takamatsu Campus have been accredited by JABEE3) (Japan Accreditation Board for Engineering Education) since 2005 and 2006.
1) Electronics, Information and Communications Engineering program has two courses, and one is an educational program of engineers who follow the standard of JABEE, and other one is the course in which students can be intent on the achievement of technology and expertise.
2) The organization to accredit and evaluate the university, junior college and college of technology education programs and to assure the quality of education and research as Japanese higher education system.
3) An accreditation system as third party that can evaluate whether engineering education programs conducted by Japanese institutes of higher education such as university reach the expected levels.