Civil and Environmental Engineering
From communities to countries —
shape safe and secure societies
Civil and environmental engineering is a discipline that protects human lives and society from earthquakes, tsunamis, and flood damage, prevents environmental pollution, and supports the creation of pleasant, safe, and secure cities and countries. In the Undergraduate Program, students study the basics and train as engineers/researchers working for the public good.
Study civil and environmental engineering to
protect the earth's environment and people's lives
We cultivate individuals who acquire basic knowledge related to civil and environmental engineering while maintaining a broad perspective. Students develop strong ethical values, based on an understanding of the effects civil engineering technology has on the natural and social environment. They pursue the preservation and utilization of the natural environment, and rationally form, maintain, and manage high-quality social capital.
- Those who possess broad, basic academic ability focused on science and engineering
- Those who can independently acquire new knowledge and skills, and possess the drive to actively tackle unfamiliar problems
- Those determined to contribute to the development of domestic and overseas social/economic activities and the improvement of human environments using knowledge of civil and environmental engineering
- A broad education and engineering ethics
- Theories, knowledge, and technology related to civil and environmental engineering and related problem-solving skills
- A grounding in public space planning and design, engineering design, and management
- A grounding in engineering project execution
- Communication skills in Japanese for logical explanations, discussions, and announcements, as well as basic English skills