Building on the six departments and one program in the undergraduate Faculty of Engineering, the graduate school offers five courses: Mechanical Engineering; Electrical, Electronics, and Information Engineering; Applied Chemistry; Industrial Engineering and Management; and Architecture and Building Engineering. There is a large degree of collaboration across these fields, highlighted by activities such as the Kanagawa University Techno Festa. At the same time, the graduate school's researchers actively participate in academic conferences in Japan and worldwide, and engage in activities with state-of-the-art research in mind. The school achieves many outstanding research results by actively pursuing interactions with other universities, research institutions, and corporations

Course of Mechanical Engineering

In response to the rapid pace of technological development and specialization, this course offers research and education instruction in the five areas of Materials Engineering, Process Engineering, Thermofluid Engineering, Mechanical Systems, and Control Systems. It aims to train engineers who can engage in the research and development of highly competitive technologies in all fields of industry.

Course of Electrical, Electronics, and Information Engineering

To nurture creative research and development capabilities with highly developed international sensibilities, this course offers research and educational instruction in four areas: Electrical Power, Energy and Control Systems Engineering; Electronic Materials, Devices and Quantum Device Engineering; Advanced Ultrasonic and Electromagnetic Engineering; and Communication and Information Engineering. It also emphasizes individual research and participation in domestic and international academic conferences.

Course of Applied Chemistry

With the aim of developing professionals capable of engaging in creative research and development in fields of applied chemistry, this course offers research and education instruction in six areas: Molecular Property Engineering, Energy Conversion Chemistry, Functional Polymeric Materials, Biomolecular Engineering, Inorganic Materials and Analytical Chemistry, and Resource Materials Chemistry.

Course of Industrial Engineering and Management

This course aims to train specialists capable of solving problems from management perspectives and systems approaches. It provides research and education instruction in four interdisciplinary research fields centered on industrial engineering and management: Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Mathematical Data Systems Engineering, Information Systems Engineering, and Management and Administrative Systems Engineering.

Course of Architecture and Building Engineering

The course offers research and education instruction to train specialists who can engage in urban planning with appreciation of history and people, and urban revitalization that harmonizes buildings and landscapes. The course does so in six areas: Architecture and Environmental Planning, Architecture and Equipment for the Urban Environment, Architectural Engineering for Urban Disaster Prevention, Architectural and Structural Design Engineering, Architecture and Urban Culture, and Architecture and Urban Design.