Tokyo University of Science

Introduction

The purpose of the Department of Architecture is to foster fundamental knowledge for realizing buildings and cities that are backed by engineering theories, environment-consciousness, safety, comfort, functionally superiority and possess beautiful space full of emotion, based on carrying out adult education and continuing education of mainly working people related to construction of buildings and their aggregation, or cities, which is the important mission of this evening Faculty.

  • Architecture is categorized into the 5 fields of "design and planning," "construction planning," "environment and disaster prevention," "materials and construction" and "structures" and learn hands-on and practical techniques related to various buildings, cities and the environment and landscape around buildings, etc. in each of the fields.

Curriculum Chart

Area of Learning

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Drafting Basics
  • Architecture Discussion and Lab 1 / 2
  • Architectural Molding
  • Architectural Regulations
  • Design and Drafting 3
  • Reading and Discussion of Papers
  • Mathematics A / B
  • Physics
  • CAD
  • Introduction to Architectural IT
  • Computer Usage
  • Introduction to Computers
  • <General Subjects>
    • Human Science
    • English
Design and Planning
  • Design and Drafting 1-A / 1-B
  • Design and Drafting 2-A / 2-B
  • Architectural design 1 / 2
  • Construction Planning 1 / 2
  • History of Japanese Architecture
  • History of Western Architecture
  • History of Modern Architecture 1
  • Contemporary Architecture
  • City Planning
  • Urban Design
  • Theory of architectural space
  • Design and Survey 1 / 2
  • Construction Planning 3
  • Design Supervision

Graduation Design/Graduation Research

  • Sakaushi Research Group
  • Yamana Research Group
  • Ito Research Group*
  • Uno Research Group*
Environment and Disaster Prevention
  • Environmental Engineering 1 / 2
  • Fire Safety Engineering
  • Facilities Design Planning 1 / 2
  • Urban Disaster Prevention

Graduation Design/Graduation Research

  • Tsujimoto Research Group
  • Kurabuchi Research Group*
Materials, Construction and Structures
  • Structural Dynamics and Discussion 1-A / 1-B
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures
  • Steel Structures
  • Structural Materials
  • Finishing materials
  • Architectural Construction
  • Structural Dynamics 2
  • Wood Structures
  • Architectural Vibrations
  • Structural Planning
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Interior and Exterior Materials

Graduation Design/Graduation Research

  • Imamoto Research Group
  • Kohno Research Group
  • Kurita Research Group*

* indicates Division I research groups of faculty members from other departments

Information on Career Paths

  • Graduate School

    24.2%

  • Construction

    23.1%

  • Civil servant

    7.7%

  • Service

    3.3%

  • Retail

    2.2%

  • Information industry

    2.2%

  • Real estate

    1.1%

  • Other industries

    9.9%

  • Other (persons planning on continuing education, studying abroad, etc.)

    26.3%

List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor IMAMOTO Kei-ichi Building construction/material Building materials engineering, Material design
Professor KOHNO Mamoru Building construction/material Structure and Fire Safety Engineering
Professor SAKAUSHI Taku Architectural history/design architectural aesthetics, architectural design
Associate Professor KAYANOKI MADOKA City planning/architectural planning
Architectural history/design

Japan, Modern, Great Kanto Earthquake, Reconstructing Building
Assistant Professor KIYOHARA Chizuru
Assistant Professor TSUNEYAMA Mio Architectural history/design architectural plannning, design

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