Computer Science and Engineering

In addition to basic knowledge of computer software and hardware, students will study specialized computer science skills such as programming, Internet, and artificial intelligence.

In addition to a basic knowledge of computer software and hardware, students are required to obtain computer science skills such as programming, Internet, and artificial intelligence. The department is equipped with latest installations to support the study of future cutting edge technologies.

Depeading on the application that plan to use, the hardware configuration can be reconfigured.

Field of Study

  • Study of programming including software development and web data base development.
  • Study of computer graphics, network technologies and other computer related applications.
  • Study of artificial intelligence information engineering such as image processing, natural language processing, and robot engineering.

 

Career Outlook

Through the study of specialized computer software skills, students can acquire information processing skills which are required in the IT era. Taking advantage of their skills, students have full of possibilities to pursue their carrier with high-skilled occupations such as programmers or system engineers.

  • Employment Rate (As of March 2018): 100%
  • Total number of graduates: 159
  • Total number of graduates who sought for jobs: 148
  • Total number of graduates who received job offers: 148
  • Total number of graduates continuing education: 8
  • List of Employers
    • Team Lab Inc
    • The Nishi-Nippon City Bank . Ltd
    • The Bank of Fukuoka . Ltd
    • NEC Fielding . Ltd
    • Cyber Com Co., Ltd.
    • FUJISOFT INCORPORATED
    • NTT Data NCB
    • NTT Business Solutions
    • Mitubishi Electric Imformation Network Corporation

Possible Certification

◎ First class teacher’s certificate for high schools (Information, Mathematics)
◎ First class teacher’s certificate for junior high schools (Mathematics)
■ Fundamental information technology engineer examination
■ Linux professional institute certification (LPIC)
■ Web creator examination
□ Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)*1
□ CG engineer examination
□ Image processing engineer examination
□ Multimedia examination

*1 A test to certify skills to utilize Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point and Acess). Types of MOS tests encouraged to obtain differs depending on departments.

Research and Development for Future

The next-generation human interface

Makio Ishihara, Associate Professor

Human interface research

People express their intentions using a mouse and a keyboard to a computer, and then, we can obtain a response via a display. A "human interface" is a means to realize interactions between a human and a computer. Our laboratory focuses on the realization of more natural and intuitive human interfaces.

Operation of spread information in a three dimensional space with data gloves.

Computer as a part of human existence

An “augmented reality” means a superposition of computer graphics (CG) on the real three dimensional world. This augmented reality has the potential for changing a way of interactions between users and computers. The purpose of our laboratory research is to make computers be recognized more as a part of human existence taking advantage of the characteristics of human interfaces.