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Computer Science Area

To become a specialist of software development and systems development

Learn programming and systems design from basics. Aim for solution engineer with cutting edge skills.

Large expectation to Information Technology engineers

Computer technology and networking technology changed our lives, business customs, organization and structure of society. In today’s advanced information society, software industry plays an important role that support future of Japan. There is large expectation to IT engineers who contribute to software development and systems development.

Play active role in society after graduation

KCG has long history of fostering excellent programmers and systems engineers. Those who studied in our Computer Science area play active role as a specialist in various areas including software and systems development with deep understanding of computer technology.

Computer Science Program

To become a specialist to lead industry

We foster students who can analyze customer’s needs and propose solutions by information systems as a solution engineer or IT Architecture.


Target Occupations
Computer Science Program
Multimedia Computing Program

To become a leader who leads software development

We foster competent person to become a key systems engineer who can design systems and negotiate with customer.


Target Occupations
Multimedia Computing Program
Computer Networking Program

To become an engineer who can build systems

We foster competent person to become an engineer who knows about information security, computer networking and database, and can build steady information systems.


Target Occupations
Computer Networking Program
Information Processing Program

To become an engineer who mastered programming and fundamentals of IT

We foster competent person to become a programmer or a systems engineer with knowledge about computers, computer networking and information theories.


Target Occupations
Information Processing Program