Update date: Jan. 21, 2020
Chuo University Faculty of Science and Engineering
中央大学 理工学部, チュウオウダイガク リコウガクブ
1-13-27 Kasuga,Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo 112-8551 Japan
Organization/Research department name (11)：
Electrical, Electronic, and Communication Engineering
Purpose of establishment：
Founded as Igirisu Horitsu Gakko(The English Law School)by Rokuichiro Masujima and seventeen other attorneys and scholars at Nishiki-cho,Kanda,Tokyo.
Renamed Tokyo Hougakuin(Tokyo College of Law).
Renamed Tokyo Hougakuin Daigaku (Tokyo University of Law).
Reorganized into Chuo Daigaku(Chuo University) with the Faculties of Law and Economics.
Graduate courses instituted.
The Faculty strives to foster a rich sense of humanity in each of its students, in keeping with its motto: "Science and Technology Must Contrbute to the Prosperity and Happiness of All Mankind."
The Faculty of Science and Engineering is located in the center of the city of Tokyo, on high ground in Korakuen, in the leafy Bunkyo Ward.
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Equipped with the latest educational and research facilities, the Facultyshares its location with the Graduate School of Science and Engineering and the Institute of Science and Engineering, so it is justifiably proud of the comprehensive education and research capability offered.
From its inception, the Faculty has unfailingly put a high priority on fostering basic and universally applicable academic abilities; equipping students with knowledge that will allow them to respond flexibly to whatever advances manifest in the rapidly developing field of science and technology; and also on nurturing adept scientists of intellectual independence and selfreliance.
The Faculty strives to foster a rich sense of humanity in each of its students, in keeping with its motto: "Science and Technology Must Contrbute to theProsperity and Happiness of All Mankind."