Advanced Engineering Course

 Established in 1995, the Advanced Engineering Course of National Institute of Technology, Gunma College provides two-year higher level technology education, based on the regular five-year education at colleges of technology.
 The Advanced Engineering Course, National Institute of Technology, Gunma College was accredited as a specially qualified advanced engineering course by the National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation (presently the National Institution for Academic Degrees and Quality Enhancement of Higher Education) in 2014. This means graduates can generally obtain a bachelor's degree (engineering), which qualifies them as a candidate for postgraduate courses at universities.
 The Advanced Engineering Course of our college consists of two special research courses: the Advanced Production Systems Engineering Course and the Advanced Environmental Engineering Course.

Advanced Production Systems Engineering Course

 Based on mechanical engineering, electronic media technology and computer engineering, the course provides the students with opportunities to study the fundamentals of their own research fields and new research areas which are formed by the union of engineering fields, with objectives of helping students design, develop and produce various kinds of high-tech machines, electronic devices and highly controlled systems, and work as practical and creative engineers in the future.

Advanced Environmental Engineering Course

 Based on materials engineering and civil engineering, the course provides students with opportunities to study fundamentals of their own research fields and new research areas which are formed by such fields as construction engineering, material engineering, and biological engineering under the consideration of environmental effects, with objectives of helping students work at the forefront in engineering fields, such as analysis and protection of natural environments, urban environmental design, creation of new materials and medicines, and work as practical and creative engineers in the future.

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