Curriculum (Graduate school)
1. Department activities
We offers students opportunities to develop following capabilities.
- Capture phenomena systematically within the "molecular to earth" perspective; link elements and be able to explain them.
- Contribute to the world on the basis of R & D capabilities.
- Make full use of social knowledge with creativity, planning, and leadership from a bird's-eye view.
2. Specific educational goals
- Acquire basic expertise in chemical system engineering.
- Use expert knowledge to analyze problems from a broad point of view and propose solutions.
- Introduce knowledge outside the specialized field and analyze problems from different perspectives and wide viewpoints.
- Use advanced tools such as simulators, analytical instruments, and computers.
- For assignment setting and solution, study, observe, plan, and implement on the premise of social background and economic aspects including safety and security, social environment, and ethics
- Acquire the necessary ability to communicate and negotiate as an internationally independent researcher and engineer
With an emphasis on deepening expertise, acquisition of specialized knowledge, access to cutting-edge topics, and experiential learning methods, we offer curricula in the following specialized fields:
- Reaction System Engineering
- Material Systems Engineering
- Process System Design
- Global Sustainability Engineering
- Chemical System Management
4. Experience-based learning
We emphasize addressing practical issues. The department emphasizes an original experience-based learning program that includes conducting internships while experiencing 2 to 8 weeks of practical operations at domestic and overseas companies, and practical training for graduates to achieve the most advanced industry R&D that only the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and our can department provide. Every year, about 80% of first-year master's students participate in these programs, including international students.
Please check the company’s internship/course for more information.