New technology for supporting the society of the future is developed based on understanding the fundamental principles of material science and natural phenomena. In the College of Engineering Sciences, students learn broadly about results in the natural sciences, master the ability to synergistically apply these results in the industrial field, and become engineers capable of handling issues and domains that cannot be addressed in a conventional fragmented framework. This college has four majors: Applied Physics for learning about applications of measurement technology and physical law, Quantum and Electronic Engineering for learning about future electronics and nanotechnology, Applied Condensed Matter Physics for learning about new materials as well as experimental and theoretical techniques for investigating material functions, and Materials and Molecular Engineering for learning about the structures and functions of materials from a molecular perspective.

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