Technology Research Technical College (Technology Research Department)



Technology Research Department

[1 Year] For graduates in related courses of professional training schools (2-year curriculum or more)

Aim for better career opportunities with more specialized skills and certifications.

Striving to be specialists in various fields, students learn from experts in a project-based curriculum in groups by majors or topics of interest. The curriculum includes practical group classes, such as internships and collaborations with affiliated companies. While improving specialized skills, students from different fields get together in weekly meetings to exchange information among projects, developing a broad vision. The curriculum also includes practical classes, such as data analysis and presentations.

Manufacturing Major

Manufacturing Major

Students aim to be manufacturing experts with more advanced expertise!

Environmental Biotechnology Major

Environmental Biotechnology Major

Students experience a more practical research development process through collaborations with Tokyo University of Technology or companies, and on and off-campus internships. The curriculum covers various aspects of environmental biotechnology. Students are involved in full-scale research activities with a view toward conference presentations and journal publications.

Electrical Work Major

Electrical Work Major

Training electrical work experts, the curriculum supports all the students, including beginners, in gaining electrical work skills. Students can obtain Type 2 Electrical Worker Certification, as well as other certifications such as installation technician certification, upon graduation. An expected career path includes not only the electrical work-related field but also a wide range of fields, such as music, TV, and broadcasting industries.

Qualification Improvement Major

Qualification Improvement Major

Students study for various advanced certifications, such as Special Land Radio Communications Engineer Certifications, Chief Electrical Engineer Certifications, and Electrical Worker Certification, under the supervision of professional certification exam instructors. Highly-trained instructors teach know-how to pass national examinations and practical skills, if necessary, using our original texts based on thorough analysis of past examinations.

CAD Major

CAD Major

The curriculum based on classes using the industry-standard 3D CAD software, CATIA, and the latest CAD CAM systems, such as Alias Studio, trains students with highly-advanced CAD skills that are in demand in various industries using CAD technologies. Students are fully supported in acquiring advanced certifications, such as First-class CAD Operator Engineer Certification, CATIA Certified Professional Certification, Vectorworks Operation Expert Certification, and Second-class Architecture CAD Certification.

Students strive to be engineers with a wide range of knowledge by comprehensively learning various technologies, such as biotechnology, robotics, electronics, and electrotechnology.

Students learn team project planning, project procedure, and team working.

Students learn device design, component procurement methods, production and assembly procedures, and manual preparation, through investigating specifications for their own product to work on.

Students construct robots of interest, such as biped robots, autonomous robots, entertainment robots, and nursing-care and assistance robots, and study them from various angles.

Aiming at a development target, such as audio equipment and microcomputer-applied systems, students improve their manufacturing skills.

For the preparation for advanced certification examinations, such as special land radio communications engineer and chief electrical engineer certification examinations, the curriculum includes seminar-style classes of experiments and practicums suitable for each certification examination.

The curriculum includes experiments using high-end equipment for further improving students' biotechnology skills.

Students acquire highly-acclaimed skills and knowledge in classes using 3D CAD software, such as CATIA and VectorWorks, and the latest CAD/CAM systems, such as Alias Studio.

Certifications awarded upon successful completion of the courses
Type 2 Electrical Work Engineer Certification

Obtainable Certifications
First-class Special Land Radio Communications Engineer Certification, Types 2 and 3 Chief Electrical Engineer Certifications, Type 1 Electrical Work Engineer Certification, Type 2 Refrigeration Equipment Supervisor Certification, Type 1 Installation Technician DD Certification, Fire Protection Engineer Certification, Advanced Biotechnology Engineer Certification, Certification of Person Responsible for Handling Poisons and Deleterious Substances, Hazardous Materials Engineer Certification, CATIA Certified Professional Certification, CAD Operator Engineer Certification (1st class), Architecture CAD Certifications (2nd and 3rd classes), VectorWorks Operation Expert Certification, 3D CAD Operator Engineer Certification, and more.