Department of Industrial Administration

Introduction

The Department of Industrial Administration fosters human resources who can contribute to society upon acquiring knowledge and practical skills related to business management and information technology as well as mathematical analytical capabilities, and who possess the ability to optimally design and operate people, goods, money and information, all while discovering problems on their own and promoting harmonization with the environment. In order to achieve education targets, lecture courses are broadly divided into 5 systems, and creativity is applied so that students can systematically learn the latest, specialized knowledge over a broad scope.

  • Learn about information and mathematics, which are fundamental for engineering, through computer labs.
  • Acquire key techniques for corporate management, including quality control, cost control and production control.
  • Provide opportunities to enable for students to learn development themes such as system engineering, which promotes reconciliation with environmental and social issues, and software engineering to support advanced informatization.
  • Foster expressiveness, explanatory abilities and formation abilities oriented towards practice by carrying out labs and discussions for making presentation on themes that the students had learned, and writing papers and reports.

Curriculum Chart

Learning Area

Information Engineering

  • Mathematics
  • Calculus
  • Calculus Discussion
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Methodology of Science
  • Physics Lab
  • Introduction to Management Engineering
  • Management Engineering Discussion I / II
  • Linear Algebra Discussion
  • Programming Basics Lab
  • Management Engineering Lab A - D
  • Operations Research I / II
  • Decision Theory I / II
  • Marketing I / II
  • Information and Professions
  • Introduction to Intellectual Property I / II
  • Special Lecture on Management Engineering I - IV
<General Subjects>
  • Human Science
  • English

Information Engineering

  • Theory of Information Networks and Discussion
  • Theory of Interface Design
  • Theory of Marketing Basics
  • Database Theory
  • Intelligent Information Systems
  • Knowledge Engineering
  • Theory of Information Media
Graduation Research
  • Owada Research Group
  • Nishiyama Research Group
  • Harada Research Group

  • Information Theory and Discussion
  • Programming Application Lab
  • Theory of Electronic Computing and Discussion

Management Mathematics

  • Experiment Planning Methods I / II
  • Management Analysis
  • Management Information Systems
  • Mathematical Statistics
  • Reliability Engineering I / II
  • Mathematical Planning Methods
Graduation Research
  • Ishigaki Research Group
  • Suzuki Research Group

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Management Mathematics and Discussion
  • Probability Statistics and Discussion

Production Systems Engineering

  • Production Management I / II
  • Production Systems Engineering I / II
Graduation Research
  • Hirakawa Research Group

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Work Study and Discussion

Social Systems Engineering

  • System Control
  • System Design
  • System Theory
Graduation Research
  • Arai Research Group
  • Dowaki Research Group
  • Mori Research Group

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Applied Analysis and Discussion

Management Systems Engineering

  • Behavioral Science I / II
  • Cost Management I / II
  • Theory of Business Management
  • Quality Control I / II
  • Statistical Engineering I / II
  • Corporate Accounting
Graduation Research
  • Ojima Research Group
  • Feng Research Group

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Statistical Methods and Discussion
  • Bookkeeping/Cost Accounting and Discussion

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Information on Career Paths

Graduate School 20.0%
Information industry 40.0%
Service 8.7%
Machinery and appliances 7.8%
Transport, communication 6.1%
Retail 3.5%
Finance, insurance 3.5%
Construction 1.7%
Wooden goods industry 0.9%
Food 0.9%
Real estate 0.9%
Printing and related industries 0.9%
Other industries 0.9%
Other (persons planning on continuing education, studying abroad, etc.) 4.2%

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List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor ARAI Takeshi Social system engineering/safety system Social Simulation
Professor OHWADA Hayato Intelligent informatics Inductive Logic Programming, Web Mining
Professor OJIMA Yoshikazu Social system engineering/safety system Quality Management, Application of Statistical Methods, Design of Experiment
Professor SUZUKI Tomomichi Social system engineering/safety system Statistical Data Analysis, Quality Management
Professor DOWAKI Kiyoshi Recycling engineering
Energy studies
Biomass Energy, LCA, Cost-benefit Analysis, Chemical Process Engineering
Biomass Energy, LCA, Cost-benefit Analysis, Chemical Process Engineering, Fuel Cell
Professor MORI Shunsuke Energy studies Gloabal warming Energy economics modeling Recycling systems
Associate Professor ISHIGAKI Aya Social system engineering/safety system
Associate Professor NISHIYAMA Hiroyuki Computer system network Multi-Agent System, Immune Security System
Associate Professor HIBINO Hironori
Associate Professor FENG Ling Accounting managemengt accounting,cost accounting,performance,enterprise evaluation,cost of capital
Junior Associate Professor TAKASHIMA Riyuuta
Junior Associate Professor HARADA Taku Sensitivity informatics/soft computing Genetic Algorithms
Assistant Professor KAKEHI Munenori Educational technology
Social system engineering/safety system

Assistant Professor KANAMORI Katsutoshi
Assistant Professor KAMEGAI Kazuhisa
Assistant Professor KOIDO Kenji Reaction engineering/process system Heat transfer engineering, Combustion engineering, Reaction engineering
Assistant Professor SANO Natsuki
Assistant Professor Tanaka Mirai Social system engineering/safety system Optimization, Data Analysis, Operations Research
Assistant Professor MORIMOTO Hidetsugu Agricultural civil engineering/farm village planning studies Biomass, Recycling Society, Life Cycle Assessment
Assistant Professor YASUI Seiichi Social system engineering/safety system QC,DOE,SQC

(total:20 people)

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