What is Environmental Science?
The ability to comprehensively understand natural phenomena from multiple perspectives of science is essential to explain the mechanisms and changes in the natural environment. The curriculum of this program is designed to provide students with a foundation in physics, chemistry, biology, and geology, as well as earth science, environmental biology, and material science, which are important for understanding the natural environment. In addition, students take practical training and laboratory courses in various fields and study environmental sociology in order to cultivate a rich view of nature. Through these courses, we cultivate human resources capable of exploring new scientific ideas to reveal various phenomena in the natural environment and playing an active role in the fields of ecosystems and environmental conservation.
What are the recommendation points?
Students are able to study and research the mechanisms of nature in specialized fields such as earth science, environmental biology, and material science. In the graduation research, students conduct research on individual themes through close guidance in small groups.
What are the characteristics of education?
Students are able to take practical training and laboratory courses in various fields of physics, chemistry, biology, and geology to cultivate a rich view of nature.Students also study environmental sociology, including economics and law, which are closely related to human life and industrial activities.
What are the characteristics of the research?
In this program, education and research in the specialized fields of Earth Science, Environmental Biology, and Material Science are conducted by multiple faculty members working together. There are three fields of education and research: Earth and Environmental Science, Environmental Biology, and Physicochemical Environmental Science, and students are assigned to one of these fields to conduct research.