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Graduate School of Industry and Technology

The Graduate School of Industry and Technology was established in 1989. The School aims to teach students theories and applications of industrial technology so they can contribute to the development of the local community and nation as a whole. The school offers 12 master’s degree programs and 1 non-degree program, the AISP (Advanced Industrial Strategy Program) The 12 programs are offered through the Graduate School of Industry and Technology.

  • Architectural Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
    • Mineral and Energy Engineering
    • Textiles Engineering and Cloth Design
    • Industrial Engineering
    • Biochemical Engineering
  • Electrical-Electronics-Computer Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Electronics Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
  • Material Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Environment and Energy Engineering
  • Department of Eco-friendly Agriculture
    • Environmentally Friendly Agricultural Life
    • Eco-friendly Animal Husbandry
  • Department of Food and Food Service Industry
  • Rural Resources & Environmental Engineering
    • Rural Engineering
    • Rural Tourism & Local Development
    • Agricultural Environment
    • Forest Resource
    • Biosystems
  • Electronics & Computer Engineering

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