Regular Doctoral Degree Program
The Doctoral Program in Engineering takes usually 3 years consisting of an initial short coursework followed by extensive research. During the initial coursework period, students are expected to study special topics in the pertaining research field and get suitable qualifications to successfully carry out his/her research project.
- Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering)
The main requirements for the Ph.D.(Engineering) degree are:
- Three years of study, which may be shortened in cases of outstanding research performance;
- Successful completion of a doctoral dissertation and
- Oral defense of the doctoral dissertation.
- Mechanical Systems Engineering
- Aerospace Engineering
- Quantum Science and Energy Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Communications Engineering
- Electronic Engineering
- Applied Physics
- Applied Chemistry
- Chemical Engineering
- Biomolecular Engineering
- Materials Science
- Materials Processing
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Architecture and Building Science
- Management Science and Technology
Degree Program in English - International Doctoral Degree Program
*The recruitment for this program is closed hereafter.
Degree Program in English - International Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Course
International Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Course, IMAC, is a fully English taught engineering degree program organized by the division of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering. It has the Undergraduate Course, IMAC-U (Bachelor Degree), and the Graduate Course, IMAC-G (Master and Doctoral Degree). IMAC-U directly connects to the international graduate course (IMAC-G).
Students will have opportunities to learn fundamental and cutting-edge knowledge in laboratories studying fluid dynamics, thermal engineering, materials engineering, micro/nanotechnologies, aerospace engineering, robotics, biomedical engineering, informationscience, quantum science and energy, and environmental studies etc.
The academic year is divided into two semesters. One semester includes 15-week coursework, examination and vacation.
1st semester: April 1 - September 30
2nd semester: October 1 - March 31
Graduate School of Engineering
|April||Registration Guidance for All Students|
|April 10 - August 7||Classes and Examinations|
|Mid April||Course registration|
|Late May||Tuition payment for 1st semester|
|June 22||University Foundation Day|
|Mid July||Notice for permission of tuition exemption for 1st semester|
|Mid July||Notice for permission of entrance fee exemption|
|July 26, July 27||Open campus|
|August 8 - September 29||Summer Vacation|
|Early August||Distribution of documents on tuition fee exemption for 2nd semester|
|Early September||Deadline of application for tuition exemption for 2nd semester|
|September 25||Commencement ceremony|
|October 2 - December 26||Classes and Examinations|
|Mid October||Course registration|
|Late November||Tuition payment for 2nd semester|
|October 27 - October 29||University festival|
|Mid December||Notice for permission of tuition exemption for 2nd semester|
|December 27 - January 3||Winter Vacation|
|January 4 - Feburary 2||Classes and Examinations|
|Mid January||Distribution of documents on tuition fee exemption for 1st semester|
|March||Deadline of application for tuition exemption for 1st semester|
|Late March||Deadline of application for entrance fee exemption and the payment deferral|
|Last March||Deadline of application for delay of tuition payment and monthly installment for 1st semester|
|March 26||Commencement Ceremony|
Timetable & Course Description
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- Mechanical Engineering
- Electronic Information System and Applied Physics
- Applied Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, and Biomolecular Engineering
- Metallugy,Materials Science and Materials Processing
- Civil and Environmental Engineering,Civil Engineering and Architecture
- Management Science and Technology
※The Course Registration Guide was posted on the Student Affairs Information System. Please check it as well.