ASE provides a practice-oriented curriculum in which students gain the necessary grounding in science and engineering, including the applications thereof, by studying subjects such as physics, chemistry, bioscience, information science, and mathematics. In their major (Physics, Chemistry, or Bioscience), students master the fundamentals of the disciplines pertaining to said major. ASE also provides a Minor in Electronics and Electrical Engineering, in which students study the fundamentals of the engineering applications relevant to their major.
ASE provides an English language course whereby students will develop the English language proficiency necessary to act as global human resources. ASE also offers a Japanese language course to those students whose first language is not Japanese. Those students who need to improve their English language proficiency can take a first-year course in technical English. ASE has also organized the curriculum in such a way that those students who wish to improve their English may go overseas on a short-term overseas student exchange program, while foreign students may take an internship.
ASE offers general culture courses designed to teach a broad range of knowledge. Catering primarily to foreign students, these courses focus on Japanese and Asian society and culture. The global human resources fostering courses are designed to foster the necessary attributes of global human resources, including knowledge and methodological skills, and practical skills such as the ability to identify and solve problems.
In their final year, students take Graduation Thesis A/B, during which they deploy the foundational knowledge and skills they have accumulated and develop the ability to identify and solve problems as well as general analytical/judgment skills. They will also enhance other abilities such as presentation.