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Program Overview

The Undergraduate Program of Electronics covers a wide range of academic fields based on electrical and electronics engineering, disciplines that have realized today's affluent and accessible society. Students will acquire knowledge and skills related to devices, communications, systems, energy and control. This program aims to develop creative engineers and researchers with specialized knowledge and a wide range of perspectives that can improve and enrich today's high-tech society to benefit our well-being. To this end, this undergraduate program conducts research and education in the following areas:

  • 1) Basic theories of electrical and electronic circuits and large-scale integration (LSI)

  • 2) Electronic circuit design, thin-film electronics and sensor engineering

  • 3) Optoelectronics, optical engineering and optical device technology

  • 4) Electromagnetic engineering, microwave engineering and milliwave engineering

  • 5) Analog and digital signal processing

  • 6) Optical networks, optical communication systems, and optical signal processing

  • 7) Electronic material science, electronic materials, semiconductor engineering and electron devices

  • 8) Nuclear fusion and plasma sciences, plasma technology for nanosciences and nano quantum device theory

  • 9) Theory and applications of materials science, such as fundamental materials physics, theoretical physics and statistical mechanics

  • 10) Theory and applications of wave and electron optics, and nanostructure evaluation of electron devices

  • 11) Optical and magnetic properties of advanced materials


Kyoto Institute of Technology graduates who have earned the required credits can obtain a Teaching Certificate (Lower Secondary School Type I and Upper Secondary School Type I in Mathematics) and Curator Qualification. Obtaining a Teaching Certificate for Lower Secondary School Type I requires care and other experiences in addition to the credits stipulated in the Teachers License Act. Graduates with the required credits who have gained a certain amount of actual experience are also eligible for admission to Engineer License Examination (First/ Second Class).