Graduate School of Engineering

The master's degree program consists of a general curriculum of prescribed research areas. Students must study individually under the direction of a professor and present some research works at the technical conferences.
Generally, two years are required to complete the master's degree program. On successful completion of a master's thesis and required examinations, a student is granted a degree of Master of Engineering.

Master's Programs (two year period)

  1. Infrastructure Planning
    Environmental Evaluation, Advanced Regional Planning, Advanced Landscape Planning and Design, Advanced Infrastructure Planning, Advanced Transportation and Traffic Planning
  2. Structural Engineering
    Advanced Reinforced Concrete Engineering, Characteristics of Structural Materials, Applied Structural Design, Advanced Structural Dynamics, Advanced Structural Engineering
  3. Engineering of Applied Hydraulics
    Advanced Soil Mechanics, Applied Geotechnical Engineering, Systems of Construction Management, Advanced Engineering of Land Improvement
  4. Geotechnical Engineering
    Advanced Soil Mechanics, Applied Geotechnical Engineering, Systems of Construction Management, Advanced Engineering of Land Improvement
  5. Engineeering of Disaster Prevention
    Advanced Engineering of Disaster Prevention, Applied Mechanics of Soil Materials, Earthquake Engineering, Advanced Elasto-Plastic Engineering