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Faculty and Graduate school

Introduction of Faculties and Departments

Faculty FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Department DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Lecture/field/course/process Pharmaceutical Chemistry Course
Life Science Course
Hygienic Science Course
Clinical Pharmacy Course
Study and research theme/projects
  • Chemical research on drug discovery
  • Analysis of life phenomena and development of new drugs
  • Pharmaceutical research on environment and hygiene control
  • Fundamental research on medication
Keywords Pharmacist
Proper use of pharmaceutical products
Development of pharmaceutical products
Mechanism of action of drugs
Chinese medicine
Supplement
Generic medicine
Physical assessment
Faculty FACULTY OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND LIFE SCIENCES
Department DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND LIFE SCIENCES〔scheduled to open in April 2022〕
Lecture/field/course/process Biofunctional Science Course Applied Life Science Course
Study and research theme/projects
  • Molecular breeding of new microorganisms and discovery of new bioactive substances
  • Analysis and application of useful proteins of living things
  • Effective use of resources by means of microorganisms
  • Development of multi-functional food
  • CO2 reduction, bioethanol, research on DNA-recombined yeast
  • Challenge to the wonder of life – from genes to cells –
  • Research and development of anticancer drugs, drug safety assessment
  • Biomaterial production via cultured cells of animals, plants, and microorganisms
  • Research of the interaction between life and environment
  • Clinical engineering program
Keywords Biotechnology
Genetic manipulation
Drug/agrichemical development
Environment purification
Fermentable/functional food
Bioethanol
Food, health, nutrition
Anticancer drugs and cancer vaccines
Organ simulator
Regenerative medicine
Cartilage tissue regeneration
In vivo localization of drugs
Pathophysiology of lifestyle-related diseases
Gene manipulation
Environmental remediation
Evolution
Clinical engineering
Faculty FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Department DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF NANOSCIENCE
Lecture/field/course /process Energy engineering field
Material engineering field
Mechanical dynamics/control engineering fields
Production engineering field
New materials science
Environmental science
Bio-related science
Study and research theme/projects
  • Development of high-efficiency engine compatible with petroleum-alternative fuel
  • Development of low-noise fan
  • Development of new materials
  • Material strength evaluation
  • Technology for robot control under ultimate environment, development for disaster response robot
  • Development of disaster measure technology (development of isolation device)
  • Precision machining
  • Nontraditional machining
  • Machine service life prediction
  • Development of prediction method of sound conduction effect in middle ear reconstruction surgery and research on clinical application
  • Creation of orthopedic implant by CAD/FEM/3D shaping method
  • Fostering chemical engineers who will contribute to the ultra-smart society of the near future
  • The ultimate "manufacturing" synthesis experience through the assembly of atoms and molecules
  • Environmental chemistry education that addresses sustainability
  • Training of science teachers based on chemistry
Keywords Engines compatible with petroleum-alternative fuel
Robots
Next-generation materials
Measures against disaster
Coordination/fusion of medical science and mechanical engineering
Digital engineering
(3D printer, CFD/CAE analysis)
Laser machining
Machine remaining service life prediction technology
Medicine
Medical
Cosmetics
Organic EL
Next generation battery
Plastics
Daily necessities
Environmentally friendly reaction processes
Molecular machines
Reaction catalysts and synthesis
Science teacher training
Faculty FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Department DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT OF AEROSPACE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
Lecture/field/course /process General Architecture Course
Architectural Planning Course
Building Structure Course
(Selection of course from 3rd year)
General program
 Aerospace Engineering System Course

Special program
 Aviation Maintenance Course
 Aviation Pilots Course
Study and research theme/projects
  • Fostering of engineers who acquire general architecture techniques and can contribute to society
  • Fostering of architects who tackle environmental and human society issues
  • Fostering of engineers who contribute to the development of structures/(building) construction techniques

Aerospace Engineering System Course

  • Fostering of human resources engaged in design/manufacturing of aerospace crafts
  • Fostering of human resources engaged in operation of aircraft
  • Fostering of human resources engaged in airport operation

Aviation Maintenance Course

  • Fostering of aircraft mechanics

Aviation Pilots Course

  • Fostering of pilots
Keywords Architecture design
Interior
Environment design
Seismic isolation and vibration control
Town development
Architect
Engineer

JABEE-certified course

Aerospace Engineering Course

  • Aircraft manufacturer
  • Airline company
  • Space development

Aircraft Mechanic Course

  • Aircraft mechanics

Aircraft Operation Course

  • Pilots
Faculty FACULTY OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES
Department DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES
Lecture/field/course/process Future Science Course
Computer and Intelligence Course
Electronics and Communications Course
(Selection of course from 2nd semester of 1st year)
Study and research theme/projects
  • R&D concerning information processing system and network
  • R&D concerning processing and recognition of sound/image information
  • R&D concerning electricity/electronics engineering and communication engineering
  • R&D concerning electronic control and sensor technology
Keywords Multimedia
Virtual reality/AR
IoT
Artificial intelligence
Cloud computing
Information and communication
Smart energy
Intelligent robot
Faculty FACULTY OF ART
Department DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN
Lecture/field/course/process Japanese Painting Course
Western Painting Course
3Dimensional Art Course
Fine Art - Illustration Course
Product Design Course
Graphic Design Course
Manga Media Course
(Selection of course from 2nd year)
Study and research theme/projects
  • Development of basic drawing ability and shaping ability through visual perception
  • Study on materials, application/development to expression, and fostering of presentation ability
  • Development of 3dimensional expressiveness using 3dimensional computer graphics to develop a variety of content.
  • Development of drawing theory for the expression of illustrations and acquiring digital painting skills and social communication ability.
  • Pursuit of design for communications with society or people
  • Pursuit of design for establishment of relationships among people, objects, and space
  • Pursuit of manga media for designing information
Keywords Japanese painting, Western painting Sculpture
Art history, Art science
Dyeing, Printmaking
Installation
Technique study
3DCG sculpting, Creating XR contents
Illustration, Digital Illustration
Graphic design
Interactive design
Photography
Video
Product design
Environmental design
Manga media

Introduction to the Graduate School

Sojo University Graduate School is one of the most advanced research institutions in western Japan.
With a goal of contributing to society with the concept of interdisciplinary and industry‐university cooperation, we aim to make academic efforts to develop human resources who create next-generation technologies and arts.

Sojo University Graduate School, which upholds the concept of interdisciplinary and industry‐university cooperation, is one of the most advanced research institutions in western Japan, and its state-of-the-art efforts serve as the backbone for education in the various faculties.
At the same time, Sojo University Graduate School is an educational institution where students expand well beyond the knowledge and theories they acquired in their undergraduate education. The graduate school has a specialized course structure that is directly connected with each faculty’s curriculum. There are four master’s degree courses in the area of Faculty of Engineering, one course in the area of Faculty of Computer and Information Sciences, two courses in the area of Faculty of Biotechnology and Life Science, and two courses in the area of Faculty of Art. As for Ph.D. Course, there are eight courses that correspond to the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Computer and Information Sciences, Faculty of Biotechnology and Life Science, Faculty of Art, and Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Each graduate student will proactively establish links with relevant fields while pursuing the academic system of the major field and promote his/her own research. They will aim at contributing to society as highly-advanced professionals who create next-generation technologies and arts.