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Elements of Physical Engineering
Miho TAGAWA Associate Professor
Department: School of Engineering / Graduate School of Engineering
|Class Time:||2014 Spring Tuesday Thursday|
|Recommended for:||Department of Physical Science and Engineering, 1st and 2nd students|
Goals and Purpose
This class will introduce the overview of Physical Science and Engineering Course and relevant research topics. Through this lecture and hands-on experience, students will learn the overview of Physical Science and Engineering Course and acquire basic knowledge of physical science and engineering in a broad meaning.
- Introduction of Physical Science and Engineering Course by chairmen.
- The omnibus lectures on various research topics by teaching staffs.
- Lab tour and discussion in a small group.
Department: Faculty of Engineering/Graduate School of Engineering
Miho Tagawa (Associate professor)
Course Meeting Times
2014 Semester I, Tuesday and Thursday
2 Credits, 1 session/week,15weeks/semester
Class is for
Department of Physical Science and Engineering, 1st and 2nd students
This class is for 1st and 2nd students. 3rd students and upwards cannot be accepted in principle, although transfer students from the technical colleges can be accepted as an exception.
Written reports and/or examinations
The full rank is 100 points and the passing mark is 60 points or more.
Entrance Year: 2011 or later
- 100 to 90:S, 89 to 80:A, 79 to 70:B,69 to 60:C,<59:F
Entrance Year: 2010 and before
- 100 to 80:A, 79 to 70:B, 69 to 60:C, <59:D
Page last updated September 29, 2014
The class contents were most recently updated on the date indicated. Please be aware that there may be some changes between the most recent year and the current page.