List of Courses

Master Courses

The following lecture courses are offered by the Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University. Lecture courses listed below are given in English. Students with sufficient Japanese proficiency may take Japanese lecture courses. Most graduate courses carry two credit units, equivalent to one and a half lecture hours per week for 15 weeks.

  • Advanced Analysis of Vibrations and Waves
  • Advanced Course in Aquatic Ecology
  • Advanced Course in Transportation System
  • Advanced Lectures on Construction Materials
  • Advanced Lectures on Strong Motion
  • Advanced Nonlinear Structural Analysis
  • Advanced Reinforced Concrete Engineering
  • Advanced Theory on Earthquake Engineering
  • Bridge Design
  • Climate and Society
  • Environmental Symbiosis and Ethics
  • Environmental Vibration and Noise
  • Exercise on Urban and Regional Planning
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Geoenvironmental Engineering
  • Geosphere System Engineering
  • Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
  • Global Standards for Environment and Environmental Management
  • Landscape Planning and Design
  • Mechanics of Geomaterials
  • Mechanics of Geostructures
  • Numerical Analysis on Hydraulic Environment
  • Practical Structural Dynamics Simulation
  • Project Based Learning of Hydraulic Engineering
  • Rock Weathering and Geomorphological Processes
  • Structural Dynamics and Control
  • Water Resource and Environmental Engineering

Doctor Courses

  • Advanced Lecture on Earthquake Disaster Mitigation
  • Advanced Lecture on Geomaterials in Geosphere System
  • Advanced Lecture on Microscopic Behavior of Cementitious Materials
  • Advanced Lecture on Seismic Resistant Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures
  • Advanced Lectures on Reinforced Concrete
  • Advanced Theory on Dynamic Design Method
  • Advanced Theory on Elastic Waves
  • Advanced Topics in Structural Dynamics
  • Applied Mechanics of Materials
  • Disaster Management on Hydrosphere
  • Environmental Geotechnical Engineering
  • Geosphere System Engineering
  • Geotechnical Aspects of Earthquake Engineering
  • Sensing and Analaysis for Geotechnical Engineering