The Advanced Course is a two-year course intended for graduates of the five-year college program, and it is set up to allow more advanced research and education. NIT, Akashi College’s Advanced Course has two majors — the Mechanical and Electronic System Engineering major, which is based on a combination of the Mechanical Engineering department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering department, and the Architecture and Civil Engineering major, which is based on a combination of the Civil Engineering department and the Architecture department. The graduates from the Advanced Course receive a bachelor’s degree, just as they would from a university.
Mechanical and Electronic System Engineering
This course offers various fields of study on applied engineering that are the foundation of mechanical and electronic system engineering. Technological knowledge required for mechanical engineers and electronic engineers is also provided. The aim is to train professional engineers who can cope with new technological fields of mechanical and electronic engineering and contribute to the development of new production systems or industrial products.
Architecture and Civil Engineering
This course offers various fields of study on architecture and civil engineering such as land development in consideration of our environment, integration of urban functions, designing of infrastructure, protection against natural disasters and so on. Through these studies, students are expected to become professional engineers who are competent in research and the planning, designing, constructing, and maintaining our living environment.