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The role that is demanded of civil engineers has shifted rapidly from quantitative and efficient construction of civil engineering structures to the development and maintenance/management of a selective and sustainable social infrastructure that takes the current natural and social environments into consideration. As a result, the Department of Civil Engineering in the Faculty of Science and Technology and the Department of Civil Engineering in the Graduate School of Science and Technology decided to establish "3 types of engineers that should be cultivated" at the "Faculty Development (FD) Meeting for Civil Engineering Classes" held on August 5, 2006, and the educational goals are to produce human resources who fulfill the following 3 requirements.

  • Civil engineers possessing fundamental knowledge, as technical experts full of adaptivity and expansivity.
  • Civil engineers who possess a sense of ethics and an environmental outlook, and who can be autonomous.
  • Reliable civil engineers who possess the ability to deliver.

Curriculum Chart

Area of Learning

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Calculus I
  • Calculus II
  • Algebra I
  • Algebra II
  • Computer Language
  • Exercises on Computer Programming 1 / 2
  • Physics
  • Ecology and Chemistry
  • Mechanics 1 / 2
  • Field Exercise on Surveying
  • Intrastructure Plannning Study
  • Practical Geometry
  • Introduction to Civil Engineering
  • Surveying
  • Remote Sensing
  • Exercise in Algebra 1/2
  • Applied Mathematics 1 - 4
  • <General Subjects>
    • Human Science
    • English
Structural Engineering
  • Strength of Materials 1 / 2
  • Exercises on Strength of Materials
  • Structural Mechanics 1 / 2
  • Bridge Engineering
  • Landscape and Civil Design

Applied Mechanics (Theoretical) / Structural Mechanics (Theoretical)

Graduation Research --- Saeki Research Group / Touhei Research Group / Kimura Research Group

Concrete Structures/Civil Engineering Materials
  • Experiments on Concrete Engineering
  • Design of Concrete Structure 1 / 2
  • Civil Engineering Materials
  • Properties of Concrete
  • Reinforced Concrete Engineering

Architectural Materials and Concrete Structures

Graduation Research --- Kato Research Group

Analysis and Experiments Relating to Soil and Foundations
  • Experiments on Geotechnical Engineering
  • Soil Mechanics 1 / 2
  • Exercises on Soil Mechanics 1 / 2
  • Geotechnical Foundation Engineering
  • Ground Reinforcement and Improvement
  • Construction Management
  • Tunnel Engineering
  • Geotechnology for Natural Hazards
  • Earthquake Engineering

Geoenvironmental Engineering / Geological Foundation Engineering

Graduation Research --- Kikuchi Research Lab / Tsukamoto Research Lab

Environmental Hydraulics
  • Experiments on Hydraulics
  • Hydraulics 1 / 2
  • Exercises on Hydraulics 1 / 2
  • Applied Hydraulics
  • Hydro-meteorology
  • Environmental Hydraulics
  • Hydraulic Disaster Engineering

Environmental Fluids (Field, Theoretical, Numerical, Experimental)

Graduation Research --- Nakayoshi Research Group / Nihei Research Group

Environmental Engineering
  • Experiments on Environmental Engineering
  • Introduction to Environmental Engineering
  • Planning and Designing of Environmental Facilities 1 / 2
  • Environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering (Experimental), Environmental Engineering, Environmental Planning

Graduation Research --- Deguchi Research Group

Roles and Planning of Transport Faclities / Facilities and Planning for Urban Areas
  • Regional Planning
  • Transport System Design
  • Analysis of Travel Behavior
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Urban Planning and Design
  • Port Engineering
  • Public Policy

Transport Facilities Planning, Urban Regional Planning

Graduation Research --- Terabe Research Group / Yaginuma Research Group

Wide-Area Environments/Processing and Analysis of National Land Information
  • Land Information Engineering
  • Planning of Civil Engineering
  • Remote Sensing

Land-Use Planning, Global Environment, National Land Disaster Prevention, Remote Sensing

Graduation Research --- Kojima Research Group

Information on Career Paths

  • Graduate School


  • Construction


  • Civil servant


  • Transport, communications


  • Finance, insurance


  • Service


  • Information industry


  • Electricity supply, gas supply


  • Publishing, broadcasting


  • Food


  • Real estate


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


List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor DEGUCHI Hiroshi Environmental dynamic analysis
Civil and environmental engineering
Civil engineering environmental system
Civil engineering environmental system
Professor KATO Yoshitaka Structural engineering/Earthquake engineering/Maintenance management engineering Concrete Engineering, Construction Material Management
Professor KIKUCHI Yoshiaki Geotechnical engineering DeepFoundation, Geo-environment, Soft clay, Port Construction Engineering
Professor KIMURA Kichiro Structural engineering/Earthquake engineering/Maintenance management engineering bridges, wind effects on structures, wind environment, wind turbines
Professor KOJIMA Hirohito Civil engineering project/Traffic engineering Spatial information engineering, remote sensing, image processing and analysis
Professor NIHEI Yasuo Hydraulic engineering Environmental hydraulics, River engineering, Fluid dynamics
Professor SAEKI Masayuki Structural engineering/Earthquake engineering/Maintenance management engineering sensing, monitoring
Professor TERABE Shintaro Civil engineering project/Traffic engineering Transportation Planning, Transportation Marketing, Public Involvement
Professor TOUHEI Terumi Computational science theory of elasstic waves, scattering theory, integral equation
Professor TSUKAMOTO Yoshimichi Geotechnical engineering Soil liquefaction during earthquakes and associated problems
Junior Associate Professor Nakayoshi Makoto Hydraulic engineering Hydro-meteorology, Bio-meteorology, Sensor development
Junior Associate Professor YAGINUMA Hideki
Assistant Professor EGUCHI Kohei Structural engineering/Earthquake engineering/Maintenance management engineering
Assistant Professor KANG Nan Civil engineering project/Traffic engineering traffic engineering, traffic planning
Assistant Professor KATAOKA Tomoya Hydraulic engineering Coastal Engineering, Water Engineering
Assistant Professor MARUYAMA Taizo Structural engineering/Earthquake engineering/Maintenance management engineering Applied Mechanics, Computational Mechanics, Elastodynamics
Assistant Professor NODA Shiyohei Geotechnical engineering
Assistant Professor ONOMURA Shiho Hydraulic engineering Urban meteorology, Severe weather
Assistant Professor TANAKA Kosuke