Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering / Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
(CSE Graduate School)


Direction of studies

In typical years, 40-60% of graduates from the undergraduate division go on to graduate school. The avenues of employment available to graduates reflect the breadth of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and are becoming more diverse every year. That said, jobs found by the majority of students are in fields related to town planning or social infrastructure, such as civil service, railway and highway companies, energy and communications, and construction. In addition, some gain employment in “soft” fields that help support society, such as IT and finance.

Pathways taken by graduates of the undergraduate division

A: Continued education 49.0%
B: Construction 12.7%
C: Civil service 7.8%
D: Real Estate Industry 4.9%
E: Energy and communications 4.9%
F: Consultancies 2.0%
G: Highways companies 2.0%
H: Others 16.7%

Pathways taken by graduates of the master’s progam

A: Construction 15.3%
B: Railway companies 13.6%
C: Civil service 10.2%
D: Consultancies 10.2%
E: Steel and Heavy industry 10.2%
F: Highways companies 8.5%
G: Real Estate Industry 8.5%
H: Others 23.7%

Employment of graduates

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Fisheries Agency, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Chiba Prefecture, Toyama Prefecture, City of Yokohama, Fujisawa City, Fuchu City, Japan National Tourism Organization, Japan Railways Group, Odakyu Electric Railway Co., Ltd., Tokyu Corporation, Metropolitan Expressway Co., Ltd., Central Nippon