About College of Industrial Technology, Nihon University

About Nihon University

Currently celebrating its 120th anniversary, Nihon University originated with the establishing of Nihon Law School in 1889. Since its foundation, the university has maintained a position at the forefront of tertiary education and research, consistently demonstrating a global perspective coupled with an enterprising spirit.
In addition to its educational role as an institution offering a wide range of fields of study, Nihon University is also active in the areas of health care, continuing education, and a variety of other activities designed to contribute to the development of society as a whole.

About the College of Industrial Technology

The College of Industrial Technology (CIT), Nihon University, began in 1965 when the School of Industrial Management became an independent college, separating from the College of Engineering (now the College of Science and Technology), which itself was founded in 1952. In the years since its establishment, CIT has consolidated its unique position as the technical college within the Nihon University system with the closest ties to industry, in both geographic and educational terms, employing this unique position in the training and development of engineering students from the perspective of human resource development. CIT has utilized this industry-linked educational philosophy to produce graduates who have acquired a strong commitment to safety and ethics, which allows them to thrive especially within sophisticated information-technologies environments as well as to strive to become top-flight engineers capable of building today’s state-of-the-art production systems.

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To All Those Aspiring To Advanced Monozukuri Manufacturing

You may think that the engineers who will forge the 21th century need only to learn about cutting-edge technologies, but there is more to it than that. The College of Industrial Technology (CIT) addresses all these requirements by supplying a campus environment able to develop and nurture promising individuals to attain not only outstanding levels of technical proficiency but also to acquire a commitment to safety and ethics that allows them to manage sophisticated information technologies. Such well-rounded students will pursue their professional careers, striving to become top-caliber management engineers, ones able to build the state-of-the-art production technology and systems of the future.

In other words, we at CIT impart the comprehensive knowledge and sharp judgment that bestows on our students the ability to comprehend how new technology affects society and nature, as well as develop their potential to become internationally-minded professionals-individuals who possess the human-based and communication management skills allowing them to speak from the side of a production engineer. Both of these qualities will go very far in gaining respect for our graduates in every sector of the globalized civilization that is arising in the 21th century.

We warmly welcome all those aspiring to become the kind of engineers who will make a difference both to Japan and to the world.