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The department of Civil Engineering, Yokohama National University offer Doctor or Master of Engineering in the field of Civil Engineering. Doctoral degree is completed normally in three years while master degree is completed in two years.


Doctoral Program

Doctoral program in the department of civil engineering is exclusively research study. The progress of research will be continually supervised, monitored and assessed by respective supervisor through laboratory discussions, seminars and presentation through out the study period. The successful completion of the dissertation research with peer reviewed academic publication is a key for the graduation.

Duration:

3 years (6 semesters)

Requirements for Graduation:

  • Satisfactorily completion of minimum 6 credits of course works offered by department plus additional 3 credits related to Civil  Engineering Exercises and seminar
  • Satisfactorily passed his/her dissertation examination assessed by committee members of at least 5 committee members in related field
  • At least two papers published or accepted in reviewed Journals

Tentative Academic program for Doctoral Student:

Period Coursework Dissertation Research
1st Semester Minimum 6 credits of Coursework Research Proposal Examination (January/February)
2nd Semester Research Continuation
3rd Semester Minimum 3 credits on civil engineering exercises mainly based on students major Research Progress Examination
4th Semester Research Continuation
5th Semester Research Continuation
6th Semester Preliminary Dissertation Exam ( June)

Final Dissertation Exam (July/August)

 

Master Program

Master's degree students in the Department of Civil Engineering, Yokohama National University are required to take a minimum necessary credits of course works plus additional successfully completion of Master thesis in his/her major.  Student's research progress is supervised  and assessed by respective supervisor during  discussion, seminars and presentation timely within laboratory through out the study period.

Duration:

2 years (4 semesters)

Requirements for Graduation:

  • Satisfactorily completion of a minimum of 30 credits of coursework and passed Master degree thesis examination.
  • A minimum of 16 credits must be earned from courses offered by Graduate School of Engineering plus 4 credits related to civil engineering excersise and seminar.

Tentative Academic program for Master Student:

Period Coursework Thesis Research
1st Semester Coursework Research beginning
2nd Semester Research Continuation Research Progress Examination 1
3rd Semester - Research Progress Examination 2
4th Semester - Final Thesis Exam (July/August)
 

 

Lecture for the master program students
Title Professor Language
Theory for Infrastructure Safety Design Yamada Hitoshi English
Infrastructure-Environment Interaction  Tsubaki Tatsuya English
Seismic and Durability Design Hosoda Akira English
Theory of Geotechnical Design Hayano Kimitoshi English
Elastoplastic Theory of Geomaterials and Continuum Mechanics Kikumoto Mamoru English
Advanced Concrete Engineering  Kanedu Tsutomu English
Advanced Theory of Disaster Prevention System Katsuchi Hiroshi English
Theory of Structural Materials for Infrastructure Nishio Mayuko
Akiyama Haruki
English
Environmental Processes in Inland and Coastal Waters Nakamura Yoshiyuki English
Water Disaster Prevention Engineering Suzuki Takayuki English
Geo-environmental Engineering Kikuchi Yoshiaki English
Advanced Earthquake Resistant Structures Konagai Kazuo English
Transportation Planning Tanaka Shinji English
Maintenance and Management of Infrastructure Yamada Hitoshi
Nishio Mayuko Hosoda Akira
English
Urban Infrastructure Policies Nakamura Fumihiko English
Regional Communication Study Matsiyuki Mihoko English
Global City Theories Fujikake Yoko
Matsuyuki Mihoko
English
 

 

Lecture for the doctoral program students
Title Professor Language
Advanced Theory of Infrastructure Safety Design Yamada Hitoshi English
Advanced Theory of Infrastructure-Environment Interaction Tsubaki Tatsuya English
Advanced Theory of Seismic and Durability Design Hosoda Akira English
Advanced Theory of Geotechnical Design Hayano Kimitoshi English
Advanced Theory of Disaster Prevention System Design

Katsuchi Hiroshi

English
Advanced Theory of Structural Materials for Infrastructure Nishio Mayuko English
Advanced Theory of Environmental Processes in Inland and Coastal Waters Nakamura Yoshiyuki English
Advanced Theory of Water Disaster Prevention Engineering Suzuki Takayuki English
Advanced Theory of Urban Geoenvironmental Engineering Kikumoto Mamoru English
Advanced Theory of Transport Planning Tanaka Shinji English
Advanced Theory of Urban Infrastructure Policies Nakamura Kazuki English
Advanced Theory of International Aid Policy Fujikake Yoko English
Advanced Theory of Regional Communication Matuyuki Mihoko English
 

 

 

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