Education

Education

Our educational goal is to nurture in students the ability to respond proactively to changes in 21st century and to forge their own paths to the future.
To obtain our goals, we developed a diploma policy, curriculum policy, and admission policy.
The diploma policy consists of five foundation academic skills and we are engaging in its educational activities.

Colleges

Diploma Policy

Large perspective of the world

Large perspective of the world

Knowlege and skills in a speciality field

Knowlege and skills in a speciality field

Problem-solving ability and communication skills

Problem-solving ability and communication skills

Attitude as a conscious member of society

Attitude as a conscious member of society

Focus on regional revitalization

Focus on regional revitalization

Humanities and Social Sciences

Humanities and Social Sciences

Mito Campus

  • Comtemporary Social Studies
  • Low, Economics and Management
  • Humanities

Degree:

  • Bachelor of Comtemporary Social Studies
  • Bachelor of Social Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Humanities
Education

Education

Mito Campus

  • Teacher Training Course
  • Course for School Nurse Teacher

Degree:

  • Course for School Nurse Teacher
Science

Science

Mito Campus

  • Sciences

Degree:

  • Bachelor of Science
Engineering

Engineering

Hitachi Campus

  • Mechanical Systems Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering
  • Materials Science & Engineering
  • Computer and Information Sciences
  • Urban and Civil Engineering

Degree:

  • Bachelor of Engineering
Agriculture

Agriculture

Ami Campus

  • Food and Life Science
  • Regional and Comprehensive Agriculture

Degree:

  • Bachelor of Agriculture

Graduate Schools / Diploma Course for Graduate Students

Humanities and Social Sciences

Mito Campus

  • Cultural Sciences
  • Social Sciences

Degree:

  • Master of Arts

Education

Mito Campus

Master's Program:

  • Education of Children with Disabilities
  • Education for School Subjects
  • School Nurse Education
  • Clinical Psychology for School

Degree:

  • Master of Education

Professional Degree Program:

  • Professional Practice in Education

Degree:

  • Master of Education (Professional Degree Program)

Science and Engineering

Mito Campus, Hitachi Campus and Other Areas

Master's Program:

  • Quantum Beam Science
  • Science
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Urban and Civil Engineering
  • Computer and Information Sciences

Degree:

  • Master of Science
  • Master of Engineering

Doctoral Program:

  • Quantum Beam Science
  • Complex Systems Science
  • Society’s Infrastructure Systems Science

Degree:

  • Doctor of Science
  • Doctor of Engineering
  • Doctor of Philosophy

Agriculture

Ami Campus

  • Agriculture

Degree:

  • Master of Agriculture

United Graduated School of Agricultural Science

  • Biological Production Science
  • Applied Life Science
  • Symbiotic Science of Environment and Natural Resources〕
  • Agricultural and Environmental Engineering
  • Science of Agricultural Economy and Symbiotics Society

Degree:

  • Doctor of Agriculture

Advanced Course for Special Support Education

Mito Campus

  • Education for Children with Intellectual Disabilities

Campus Facilities for International Students

International Lounge
International Lounge
International House for Overseas Residents
International House for Overseas Residents
Student Dormitory
Student Dormitory

Message

iOP : Ibaraki University's educational collaboration with regional and global partners

Ibaraki University offers a unique education system composed of an integrated off-campus study program named "internship off-campus program (iOP)" in addition to its standard quarter-based curriculum. The iOP program, offered during the 3rd quarter of the junior year, enables students to select from a variety of off-campus activities such as studying abroad, experiencing internships at corporations or municipalities, engaging in volunteer activities or conducting independent research or fieldwork for the entire quarter. Students can select, plan and undertake their iOP at any of Ibaraki University's partners institutions. This includes 62 partner universities worldwide, 50 reputable local companies and 40 municipal governments and regional organizations. The aim of the iOP is to provide a platform for students to hone their communication and problem-solving skills; a core competency that is required in today's rapidly changing world.

Hiroyuki Ota
Hiroyuki Ota