Type of Students We Seek (Master’s Course)

Based on its Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, this program expects to admit students as described below.
Students who:

Program of      Biotechnology

  1.  Have acquired an education at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course and basic knowledge in biological sciences and bioengineering as their special field of study;
  2.  Have a high level of interest in the bioengineering field, as well as the ambition and strong will to carry out research to its end;
  3.  Have a logical thinking ability and communication skills to verbally express their logical thinking;
  4.  Have acquired a command of English at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course or higher; and
  5.  Have acquired common sense and ethical standards as a working member of society.

In order to admit such individuals, this program selects applicants through a multifaceted and comprehensive evaluation process based on its own Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, using interviews, academic tests, and external examinations.

 

Program of      Food and AgriLife Science

  1.  Have a high level of interest in theories and methods of understanding and utilizing foods and biological functions from the perspective of molecules and cells;
  2.  Have a high interest in finding and solving problems from a scientific perspective regarding creatures’ diverse functions and the advanced use of food resources;
  3.  Have acquired a command of English at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course or higher;
  4.  Have acquired abilities at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course or higher regarding the knowledge, attitude, and skills related to their desired foods and life science fields; and
  5.  Have acquired common sense and ethical standards as a working member of society.

In order to admit such individuals, this program selects applicants through a multifaceted and comprehensive evaluation process based on its own Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, using interviews, academic tests, and external examinations.

Program of      Bioresource Science

  1.  Have a high level of interest in systematically understanding life phenomena related to the production and use of biological resources based on the studies from the molecular level to ecosystems basis;
  2.  Have a high interest in understanding and dissolving various problems in the production of biological resources from regional to global scopes regarding roles and trends of biological resources in food production, their application to human life, and their relationships with the natural environment;
  3.  Have acquired a command of English at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course or higher;
  4.  Have acquired abilities at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course or higher regarding knowledge, attitude, and skills related to their desired biological resources and science fields; and
  5.  Have acquired common sense and ethical standards as a working member of society.

In order to admit such individuals, this program selects applicants through a multifaceted and comprehensive evaluation process based on its own Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, using interviews, academic tests, and external examinations.

Program of      Life and Environmental Sciences

  1.  Have a broad interest in the life science fields from the molecular level to whole environments and ecosystems, and who wish to acquire basic research abilities for a specific field and to learn the theories and methods of understanding and utilizing these abilities from a comprehensive perspective supported by related expertise and skills;
  2.  Wish to understand various problems existing in life science and environmental science, and to solve them in cooperation with organizations outside the university and the international community;
  3.  Wish to play an active role as a generalist who covers areas outside life science and environmental science without being constrained by their own expertise;
  4.  Have acquired a command of English at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course or higher;
  5.  Have acquired abilities at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course or higher regarding knowledge, attitude, and skills related to their desired specialized fields; and
  6.  Have acquired common sense and ethical standards as a working member of society.

In order to admit such individuals, this program selects applicants through a multifaceted and comprehensive evaluation process based on its own Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, using interviews, academic tests, and external examinations.

Program of    Basic Biology

  1.  Have acquired basic knowledge and skills in biology at molecular, cellular, individual, ecological, and evolutionary levels that should have been acquired in the related faculties;
  2.  Have acquired a command of English at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course or higher; and
  3.  Have acquired common sense and ethical standards as a working member of society.

In order to admit such individuals, this program selects applicants through a multifaceted and comprehensive evaluation process based on its own Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, using interviews, academic tests, and external examinations.

Program of    Mathematical and Life Sciences

  1.  Are equipped with basic academic abilities in the fields of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology;
  2.  Have an ambition to open up a new research field for the mathematical science, molecular science, and life science fields as well as integrated fields;
  3.  Have acquired a command of English at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course or higher; and
  4.  Have acquired common sense and ethical standards as a working member of society.

In order to admit such individuals, this program selects applicants through a multifaceted and comprehensive evaluation process based on its own Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, using interviews, academic tests, and external examinations.

Program of    Biomedical Science

  1.  Have an interest in medical and scientific knowledge that can support people’s health and longevity, and who aspire to contributing to the development of life science, medical science, and related industrial fields;
  2.  Can view health and pathologic conditions multilaterally from a basic biological perspective;
  3.  Have acquired a command of English at the level of completing an undergraduate of university course or higher; and
  4.  Have acquired common sense and ethical standards as a working member of society.

In order to admit such individuals, this program selects applicants through a multifaceted and comprehensive evaluation process based on its own Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, using interviews, academic tests, and external examinations.


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