Graduate School of Engineering
The Graduate School of Engineering offers two-year Master's and three-year Doctoral programs for seven departments, which are grouped into four divisions; Architecture and Urban Science, Design Science, Artificial Systems Science, Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology. The Architecture and Urban Science Division has two departments of Architecture and Urban Environmental Systems. The Artificial Systems Science Division has three departments of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and Medical System Engineering. The Graduate School of Engineering has a good and strong coordination with two divisions of Nanoscience and Information Science in the Graduate School of Advanced Integration Sciences through the mutual class coordination.
Master's & Doctoral Programs
Division of Architecture and Urban Science
Architecture, Urban Environmental Systems
Division of Design Science
Division of Artifi cial Systems Science
Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Medical System Engineering
Division of Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology
Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology
Chiba University Graduate School of Engineering seeks to admit individuals with high ethical standards who aspire to contribute to the development of society on the basis of a systematic understanding of the natural sciences as specialists for applicants for a master's program, and as pioneering researchers for applicants for a doctoral program.