|Faculty of Engineering & Graduate School of Engineering|
The Faculty of Engineering covers a very wide range of subject areas as most of other universities in Japan. There are six Departments, each of which offers its characteristic course covering from the fundamental study to the frontiers of advanced technology. Lectures are normally given in Japanese. A student who completes the course acquires a degree of Bachelor of Engineering. More details can be found in the home page of each department, which can be reached from the top page of the Faculty of Engineering.
Each department offers the program of its postgraduate course for two years. A student who completes the course with Master's thesis can acquire the Master of Engineering. The five master courses in the current program correspond to the five departments before the reorganization of 1999. They will be reorganized to six courses to match the current undergraduate program in the near future. Details of the program can be found in the home page of each course, which can be reached from the top page of the Faculty of Engineering.
For those who wish to challenge the Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering, two courses in the Doctors program including Materials Science and Energy Engineering and Systems Engineering provide research opportunities covering wide range of subject areas, some of which involve research in collaboration with world level laboratories. More details can be found in the home pages of corresponding faculty members.
Faculty of Engineering and the Graduate School of Engineering are housed in its own, purpose designed building of two six floors linked by two floors lecture block, as well as a new building for the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering just completed in May, 2000 having lecture rooms, laboratories, service sections and public spaces for students. Also there is a wind tunnel laboratory for experiments on environmental and fluid dynamic problems.
|May 5, 1944||Miyazaki Higher Technical School was established. (Mechanical Engineering Course, Aviation Course, Chemical Engineering Course)|
|August 29, 1944||School name Changed to Miyazakiken Kogyo Senmon Gakko.|
|February 1, 1946||Aviation Course was abolished and Civil Engineering Course was established.|
|March 31, 1949||National School Establishment Law (1949's Law No. 150), the Faculty of Engineering, Miyazaki University was founded. Department of Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Chemistry, Civil Engineering and Instruction Group on Common Subjects were established.|
|March 31, 1951||Miyazakiken Kogyo Senmon Gakko was abolished.|
|April 1, 1959||Special Study Course in Engineering (Industrial Chemistry) was established.|
|April 1, 1961||Department of Electrical Engineering was established.|
|April 1, 1966||Department of Applied Physics was established.|
|April 1, 1967||Special Study Course in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) was established.|
|April 1, 1969||Special Study Course in Engineering (Civil Engineering) was established.|
|April 1, 1970||Special Study Course in Engineering (Applied Physics) was established.|
|April 1, 1976||Establishment of Graduate School of Engineering for Master Course (Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics). Special Study Course were abolished.|
|April 1, 1986||Department of Electronic Engineering was established.|
|September 13, 1986||Faculty of Engineering moved to new campus.|
|April 1, 1990||Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering was established. Master Course for Electronic Engineering was established.|
|April 1, 1994||The Graduate School of Computer Science and Systems Engineering awarding Master's degree was established.|
|April 1, 1996||Reorganization of Undergraduate Program. Department of Material Science has been converted with expansion into Department of Applied Physics and Department of Applied Chemistry. Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering has been expanded.|
|April 1, 1999||
Establishment of Graduate School of Engineering for Doctoral Courses
(Materials Science and Energy Engineering, and Systems Engineering).
Masters Courses were reorganized into courses for Materials Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Systems Engineering, and Computer Science and Systems Engineering.