南山大学

 

Graduate Program in Mathematical Sciences and Information Engineering

The study of Mathematical Sciences and Information Engineering is the scholarly discipline of researching software technology in a way that contributes to the development of mankind by fully utilizing modern society's new infrastructure of highly developed information and telecommunication systems. The Master's course covers the four areas of research that constitute the building blocks of mathematical sciences and information engineering: system operation engineering, information analysis sciences, information engineering, and communications engineering. The goals of our educational program are to have students acquire advanced knowledge and methodology in these four areas and to produce advanced professionals who can integrate that knowledge to achieve high-level problem solving.

Features of the Department

For working adult graduate students the program offers evening and Saturday courses at times that are relatively easier to attend. Also, small-group courses in mathematics, programming, scientific technology, and English are offered so as to establish a fundamental subject group in mathematical information. These subjects are designed to accommodate the needs of working adult students who often lack prerequisite knowledge in mathematics and programming. Fundamental in English, with an emphasis on reading comprehension, are also developed. In the doctoral course, students receive specialized instruction to enable them to further pursue the study of Mathematical Sciences and Information Engineering, acquiring the skills to perform high-level tasks as specialized workers in corporations, government, and educational institutions.

Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences and Information Engineering Director of the Graduate Program in Mathematical Sciences and Information Engineering

Professor
Katsumi Sasaki