Curriculum(Media and Telecommunications Engineering)

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Curriculum Policy

The Department of Media and Telecommunications Engineering aims to train engineers who will actively participate in the forefront of communications, information storage, data processing, human interface, and core technologies in the 21st century. Therefore, we provide a curriculum that corresponds to the rapid technological innovations, and provides sufficient acquisition of knowledge and skills needed by engineers in these fields.
  To acquire the knowledge and academic ability of media and telecommunications properly, students first learn mathematics and physical systems subjects in the first and second years.
  In the second and third years, students study broader subjects concerning communication technologies. Also, we cultivate the abilities to relate to both hardware and software through practical subjects, student experiments, programming, and seminars.
  In the fourth year, students grapple with a specific research topic relating to the media and telecommunications field (information storage, electronic circuits, high performance materials, signal processing, sensors, mobile communications, networking, lasers, optical computing, optical fiber, antennas, human information, computer science, sound processing, picture processing, intelligence engineering, sensitivity and information processing, etc...)
  Finally, the students advance their communication ability, problem solving ability, and logical way of thinking by presenting and summarizing their graduation research.

 

Subjects

Subjects for the Department

Year Subjects
1 Vector Analysis , Introduction to Media and Telecommunications Engineering , Linear Algebra II , Linear Algebra I , Multivariable Calculus , Electric Circuit Theory I , Electric Circuit Theory II
2 Analog Circuits I , Digital Circuit , Programing II , Media and Telecommunications Experiments I , Applied Mathematics II , Applied Mathematics I , Information Physics , Information Theory , Mathematical Analysis II , , Electric Circuit Theory III , Electromagnetism I , Electromagnetism II , Electromagnetism Exercise II , Electromagnetism Exercise I , Computer
3 LSI Design Exercise , Analog Circuits II , Digital Signal Processing , Exercise of Device and Circuit , Man-Machine Engineering , Media and Telecommunications Engineering Internship , Media and Telecommunications Experiments II , Media and Telecommunications Experiments III , Laser engineering , Wireless Communications , Acoustic and Speech Signal Processing , Fundamentals of Chemistry , Image Information Engineering , Instrumentation Engineering , Optics , Optical Communications , Control Systems , Biological and Artificial Information Processing , Communication Networks 1 , Communication Networks II , Communication SystemsI , Communication Systems I , Electromagnetic Wave Engineering , Statistical Physics , Semiconductor Electronics , Solid State Electronics
4 Media and Telecommunications Engineering Seminar

Subjects for All the Departments

Year Subjects
2 to 4 Introduction to Nuclear Engineering , Practical English Exercise , Introduction to Practical English , Technical Japanese 1 , Technical Japanese II , A Seminar in Technical Japanese I , A Seminar in Technical Japanese II , Information Processing I , Information Processing II

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