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Students can also take Japanese language courses, courses at other schools of Waseda University, and other courses of Faculty of Science and Engineeri...

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International Program Curriculum for the Undergraduate Schools Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University (for entrance in September 2013) Courses at the Faculty of Science and Engineering are comprised of Group A (foreign language courses), Group B (natural sciences courses), Group C (specialized courses) and other course groups. Students earn a bachelor's degree by taking courses in each group and completing a specified number of credits. Within Group C, the courses are divided into "required courses" which are courses that the students are required to take and earn credits based on their department, "elective required courses" which are courses that the students choose within a limited group of courses, and "elective courses" which are courses that the students can choose freely from the elective course group and earn a specified number of credits. Specified Number of Credits Required for Groups A to D Group A School

A1

Department

Group B A2

B2

B1

MultiForeign disciplinary Language Mathematics studies (English)

Group C B3

Natural Sciences Physics

Chemistry

Life Science

Laboratory Information Required / Science Courses Recitation

Mathematics Computer Science and Engineering Creative

Modern Mechanical Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering

6

Physics (P)

2

20

4

4

2

8

4

Applied Physics (AP) Advanced

Specialized courses

B4

Fundamental Applied Mathematics

Chemistry and Biochemistry (CB) Applied Chemistry (AC) Life Science and Medical Bioscience (LMB) Electrical Engineering and Bioscience (EEB)

Group D

8 8 8 6 6 22 22 0 0 0 0

Elective Required Courses

Elective Courses (*2)

22 22 22 40 36 16 16 0 0 0 0

25 25 25 4 8 17 17 55 55 55 55

Optional

0

Number of Credits to Be Earned Freely From Groups A-D and Other Courses (*1)

Total

31 31 31 36 36 31 31 31 31 31 31

136 136 136 136 136 136 136 136 136 136 136

Students can also take Japanese language courses, courses at other schools of Waseda University, and other courses of Faculty of Science and Engineering offered in Japanese. In this case, the credits earned will be counted toward the "Number of Credits to Be Earned Freely from Groups A-D and Other Courses". Also, for credits earned in excess from Groups A-D courses will also be counted toward the "Number of Credits to Be Earned Freely from Groups A-D and Other Courses". Students can also take courses offered by other sub-programs of Faculty of Science and Engineering and specialized courses offered in English by sub-programs of other schools. In this case, the credits earned will be counted toward "Group C Elective (*2) Courses" (*1)

Common Courses in Groups A and B Category

Course Name

Credits 2

History of Philosophy A1

Multidisciplinary Studies

Introduction to Ethics

2



The Chaotic Essence of Reality

2



Required

B1

Mathematics Group B

Physics B2

B3

B4

2

Chemistry

Required

4

Calculus B

4

Linear Algebra A

2

Linear Algebra B

2

Vector Calculus

2

Ordinary Differential Equations

2

Introduction to Probability and Statistics

2

Fundamentals of Mechanics

2

Fundamentals of Electromagnetism

2

General Chemistry A

2

General Chemistry B

2

Required Introduction to Bioscience Science and Engineering Laboratory 1A

2 3

Laboratory/ Recitation

Required Science and Engineering Laboratory 1B

3

Science and Engineering Laboratory 2A

2

Introduction to Programming

2

Introduction to Computer Science

2

Category Independent Studies

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2

Group D Courses Group D



2

Life Science

Information Science Required



1

Calculus A

Course Name

Credits

Volunteer

2

Internship

2

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Spring



1

Elective Discrete Mathematics Required Partial Differential Equations Required

Fall



2

Writing for Scientists and Engineers Foreign Language Required (English) Research Presentation Skills

Mathematics

Sophomore

Spring

Elective Philosophy of Science Required Introduction to Logic

Group A

A2

Freshman Fall

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Group C Courses ("Required Courses", "Elective Required Courses", "Elective Courses") School Fundamental

Required / Elective Required Elective Required

Elective

Department

Course Name

Freshman Fall Spring

Credits 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Research Project B Common Research Project C Set and Measure Theory Mathematics Foundations of Algebra and Foundations of Geometry Applied Numerical Analysis Mathematics Advanced Algebra Advanced Geometry Advanced Analysis Mathematics of Simulation Probability and Statistics Applied Algebra Applied Geometry Applied Analysis Number Theory Functional Analysis Stochastic Processes Research Project A Research Project D Circuit Theory A Computer Science Logic Circuits and Engineering Fundamentals of Programming Algorithms and Data Structures Computer Systems Computer Science and Engineering Laboratory Signal Processing Information Network Systems Operating Systems Information Security Research Project A Research Project D Electrodynamics Computer Science Electronic Circuits and Engineering Communication Systems Software Engineering Teletraffic Theory Information Theory Transmission Theory Wireless Communication Multimedia Systems Mobile Communications Network Engineering Image Processing

Sophomore Fall Spring

Fall

Junior Spring

Fall

Senior Spring

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Group C Courses ("Required Courses", "Elective Required Courses", "Elective Courses") School

Required / Elective

Creative Required Elective

Elective

Department

Course Name

Graduation Thesis A Graduation Thesis B Graduation Thesis or Project A Graduation Thesis or Project B Visual Thinking Mechanical Design A Mechanical Design B Fundamentals of Robotics A Fundamentals of Robotics B Engineering Thermodynamics Environmental Science A Environmental Science B Fluid Dynamics Seminar A Seminar B Seminar C Mechatronics Laboratory A Mechatronics Laboratory B Engineering Practice A Engineering Practice B Engineering Practice C Mechanical Engineering Laboratory A Mechanical Engineering Laboratory B Surveying Civil and Surveying Practice Environmental Civil and Environmental Engineering A Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering B Soil Mechanics Spatial Information and Intelligent System in Construction Spatial Information Practice Environmental Engineering A Environmental Engineering B Hydraulics A Hydraulics B Materials and Structures A Materials and Structures B Fundamentals of Urban Studies and Planning A Fundamentals of Urban Studies and Planning B Applied Mathematics for Engineers Geotechnical Engineering Structure Design Practice Laboratory Work on Structures Concrete Engineering Steel Material and Structure Laboratory Work on Concrete Computer Aided Design (CAD) Laboratory Work on Hydraulics and Water Quality E-business, Technology, and Legal Affairs Common Resources Processing and Recycling Earth and Environmental Science Building Environment Project Management Civil and Environmental Engineering A Soil Mechanics Modern Mechanical Hydraulics A Engineering Materials and Structures A Fundamentals of Urban Studies and Planning A Applied Mathematics for Engineers Mechanical Design A Civil and Environmental Fundamentals of Robotics A Environmental Science A Engineering Modern Mechanical Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering Modern Mechanical Engineering

Freshman Fall Spring

Credits 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Sophomore Fall Spring

Fall

Junior Spring

Fall

Senior Spring

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Required / Elective Required

Elective Required

Elective

Department Physics (P) and Applied Physics (AP)

Physics (P) and Applied Physics (AP)

CB / AC / LMB / EEB Physics (P) and Applied Physics (AP)

Chemistry and Biochemistry (CB)

Applied Chemistry (AC)

Life Science and Medical Bioscience (LMB)

Electrical Engineering and Bioscience (EEB)

Course Name Graduation Thesis A Graduation Thesis B Intermediate Mechanics Mathematical Methods for Physics A Mathematical Methods for Physics B Intermediate Electromagnetism Quantum Mechanics A Thermal Physics Statistical Mechanics Materials Physics A Materials Physics B Advanced Electromagnetism Introduction to Computational Physics Relativity Quantum Mechanics B Power Systems Engineering Engineering Physics A Engineering Physics B Biological Physics A Biological Physics B Mathematical Programming Electric Power Circuits Frontiers of Device Engineering Graduation Thesis A Graduation Thesis B Intermediate Mechanics Mathematical Methods for Physics A Mathematical Methods for Physics B Quantum Mechanics A Quantum Mechanics B Thermal Physics Statistical Mechanics Materials Physics A Materials Physics B Relativity Engineering Physics A Engineering Physics B Biological Physics A Biological Physics B Green Materials Science Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Physical Chemistry Biochemistry Physical Chemistry Laboratory Inorganic Analytical Chemistry Laboratory Organic Chemistry Laboratory Introduction to Applied Chemistry Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering Introduction to Industrial Chemistry Field work in Research Institutions and Industry Fundamentals of Materials Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Industrial Chemistry Molecular Cell Biology A Life Science and Medical Bioscience Laboratory Molecular Cell Biology B Bioscience and Nanotechnology Life Science and Medical Bioscience Seminar I Intermadiate Bioscience Intermediate Life Science and Medical Bioscience Laboratory Intermediate Electromagnetism Advanced Electromagnetism Introduction to Computational Physics Power Systems Engineering Advanced Electric Power Devices and Machines Mathematical Programming Electric Power Circuits Frontiers of Device Engineering Introduction to Solid State Physics System Control

Freshman Fall Spring

Credits 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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Fall

Junior Spring

Fall

Senior Spring

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