- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Architecture and Architectural Engineering
- Applied Molecular Chemistry
- Management Engineering
- Mathematical Information Engineering
Nihon University’s Graduate School of Industrial Technology strives to push the today’s rapidly progressing technology development even in further, and to form a close and sustainable relationship between life and technology based on an academic pursuit of truth and a strong commitment to investigate the effects of technology. We aim to give our students a firm grounding in the humanities as well as expertise in their respective specialized fields, to enable them to contribute to the development of applied chemistry and challenging high-level technology. Our 7 majars are : Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Civil Engineering, Architecture and Architectural Engineering, Applied Moleclar Chemistry, Management Engineering, and Mathematical Informaion Engineering. Our research themes include all kinds of engineering, in particular those related to the progress of high-level industrial technology. Areas like automotive and materials science in mechanical engineering, the creation of pleasant and comfortable living spaces in construction and civil engineering, and the inclusion of cutting-edge electronics and environmental science in biotechnology, those are particularly attractive. After acquiring the fundamentals of engineering, we actively encourage our students to participate in joint research projects with other universities, companies and the government, and also to pursue their own original research in the university’s basic fields.
To further increase this sense of unity in post-graduate research between academia, industry and government, we send our students abroad for research at affiliated universities, and also provide linguistic education for improved cross-cultural com-munication.
Nihon University’s Graduate School of Industrial Technology puts special emphasis on the following points.
1. The acquisition of fundamental knowledge and practical skill.
2. The ability to think up original research themes, and to pursue that research in collaboration with other universities, companies and governmental organizations.
3. Language skills for cross-cultural communication and direct access to the latest technological advances.
4. Practically useful engineering and research skills that are valid across a range of real-life situations and cultural sustainable environments.
Access and Contact
College of Industrial Technology,
Graduate School of Industrial Technology (Tsudanuma Campus)
2-1, Izumi-cho 1-chome, Narashino-shi, Chiba 275-8575
- JR Sobu Line: Tokyo Station (29 min. on the rapid train) or Akihabara Station (32 min. on the local train) Get off at the Tsudanuma Station and take Keisei Bus (10 min. by bus bound for Miyama Shako・Ninomiya Jinja) Get off at Nichidai Seisan Kogakubu
- Keisei Honsen: Keisei Ueno Station (30 min. on the superexpress train) Transfer at the Keisei Tsudanuma Station Get off at the Keisei Okubo Station 10 min. on foot
College of Industrial Technology (Mimomi Campus)
11-1, Shinei 2-chome, Narashino-shi, Chiba 275-8576
- JR Sobu Line: Tokyo Station (29 min. on the rapid train) or Akihabara Station (32 min. on the local train) Get off at the Tsudanuma Station and take Keisei (15 min. by bus bound for Nichidai Mimomi) Get off at the Nichidai Mimomi
- Keisei Honsen: Keisei Ueno Station (30 min. on the superexpress train) Transfer at the Keisei Tsudanuma Station Get off at the Mimomi Station 10 min. on foot