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Graduate School of Technology and Science


The goal of NTUT’s Graduate School of Technology and Science is to train experts who -Possess ample knowledge and specialized research skills in the industrial sciences and medical technologies -Can contribute or respond to the needs of private companies or medical institutions -Can act as leaders of people with hearing and/or visual disabilities in local communities or in the work place The new master’s degree program “Division of Information and Communication Accessibility,” for which disability is not a criterion for admission. This major is designed to prepare professionals who will engage in education and research into supports and information security for persons with disability.

  • Division of Industrial Technology
  • Division of Health Sciences

Division of Industrial Technology

The Division of Industrial Technology provides the following three courses with the aim of fostering professionals and specialists who will take a core role at the work place. Students will learn systematic specialized knowledge and techniques to achieve social independence, participation, and contribution.

Course of Information Science

This program aims to help students understand the essence of rapidly developing networks of information systems and to produce experts who can apply their knowledge to developing new technologies in information science.

Course of System Engineering

This program aims to produce leading experts who can identify and solve new and existing problems in the interactions between humans and systems.

Course of Synthetic Design

The goal of this program is to produce leading experts who can design systems that can assist creative activities or emphasize the characteristics of the five senses in humans.

Division of Health Sciences

This Division offers three courses to foster well-educated professionals who have integrated knowledge and skills in their specialized field and undertake a central role in society, as well as those who participate in and contribute to the planning of social development as leaders of people with visual disability.

Course of Acupuncture and Moxibustion

The curriculum focuses on general clinical subjects. After completing the basic course and the techniques on acupuncture, moxibustion, and manual therapy, students delve deeper into general clinical subjects for them to be well versed in basic and clinical medicine.

Course of Physical Therapy

The Master Course in Physical Therapy is an advanced program designed for physical therapists with interests in careers in teaching and clinical research to acquire clinical professionalism and research.

Course of Information Science

The curriculum is composed of subjects of expertise on information. By taking, together with theses subjects, the subjects of support for people with visual disability which are basic core subjects, students can familiarize themselves with information technology, since they can learn subjects taught in a conventional information-technology course as well as the disability compensated technology for the disability.

Division of Information and Communication Accessibility

The Division of Information and Communication Accessibility offers the following three courses to foster leading experts who have technical and systematic knowledge, skills and speciality in Information Accessibilities.

Course of Support for People with Hearing Disability

The goal of this program is to produce support experts who understand existing problems in information accessibility for the deaf, hard of hearing people, and late-deafened adult and work for the support of these people in the fields of education and in society.

Course of Support for People with Visual Disability

The goal of this program is to produce support experts for people with visual impairments, who have specialized in visual disability and information accessibility through practical study and research.

Course of Sign Language Education

The goal of this program is to produce leading experts in sign language teaching, who have specialized knowledge about the linguistic aspects of sign languages, Deaf culture and Deaf life.