Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics

World-class technological innovation begins by studying the principles of how familiar machines operate.

We cannot see electricity or electrons, but like air, their benefits are essential to human life. In fact, their area of application is broad and daily innovations are being made in pursuit of making life more comfortable, convenient and safe while reducing costs. As such, they lead to the development of new, unprecedented technology and to the direct design of a future society. The Department works in an extremely wide-ranging research area in order to build a better tomorrow and to enrich peoples' lives. We cover numerous fields, such as communications, information, control, power electronics, semiconductors and nanoelectronics, and in each of these areas we facilitate cutting-edge and unique research. By providing an excellent learning environment, we are pouring our efforts into multifaceted education so that students can obtain application skills in order to respond to the fast-paced changes in technology, as well as a well-balanced foundation for the creation of new technology.

Campus of Attendance

First to Fourth Year :


Lists lecture subjects of the Department

Required Credits for Graduation / 141 Credits

Department Subjects

Category Subjects
Required Courses 1st year
  • Electromagnetics l
  • Electrical Circuits lA
  • Electrical Circuits lB
  • Elementary Mathematics for Electrical Engineering
  • Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Electronics

2nd year
  • Electromagnetics ll
  • Electrical Circuits ll,lll
  • Basic Electronic Circuits l
  • Introduction to Electrical Material Science and Exercise
  • Theory of Electrical Engineering Materials l
  • Electric and Electronic Measurements
Required Electives 2nd year
  • Basic Electronic Circuits ll
  • Electromagnetic Waves
  • Mathematics for Electrical Engineering
  • Information Processing
  • Programming Language

3rd year
  • Linear Electronic Circuits
  • Nonlinear Electronic Circuits
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Electroacoustics
  • Theory of Electrical Engineering Materials ll
  • Magnetics
  • Semiconductor Devices
  • Quantum Electronic Devices
  • Electromagnetic Wave Engineering l,ll
  • Systems and Control l,ll
  • Basic Signal Theory
  • Computer and Digital Systems l,ll
  • Electric Machinery l,ll
  • Power Generation and Transmission
  • Information Communication Theory
  • High Voltage Engineering
  • Opto-Electronics

4th year
  • Communication Systems
  • Power Transmission
  • Applied Electronics
  • Power Electronics
  • Management of Electric Plants
  • Electrical Machine Design
  • Communication Engineering
  • Integrated Circuit Engineering
Electives 2nd year
  • Introduction to Modern Physics
  • Cybernetics

3rd year
  • Modern Chemistry
  • Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering
  • Fundamentals of Industrial and Systems Engineering

The Aoyama Standard Subjects

1st - 4th year :

School-wide universal education system where experts in wide-ranging academic fields transcending the framework of colleges/schools and departments stimulate interest in learning and provide guidance.

The Aoyama Standard

Foreign Language Subjects

[ 1st Foreign Language ] 1st year :

English Core I-a, I-b, I-c, I-d

2nd year :

English Core II-a, II-b, II-c, II-d

3rd year :

Public Speaking A, B , Advanced Skills A, B , English Comprehension A , English for Engineers A, B , Study Abroad A, B

Free Elective Subjects

1st - 4th year :

Students can freely select from departmental subjects, Aoyama Standard Subjects, Foreign Language Subjects (take at least minimum credits required), Universal Subjects of the Department, subjects of other departments in the College of Science and Engineering, as well as subjects offered by other colleges.