Graduate School of Agriculture (Master Course, Doctoral Course)
Information on the Graduate School of Agriculture master course and doctoral course.
Message from the Dean
Become someone who will take research in the field of agriculture to new heights and lead us into the future
The Graduate School of Agriculture is a master’s course graduate school, and cultivates students who possess greater specialized expertise and a broader vision in the field of agricultural science. Modern society faces serious problems, including a limited supply of food and resources, overpopulation, abnormal weather and environmental issues due to global warming, and infectious diseases. Resolving these issues increasingly requires investigative abilities and the skill to communicate with society instilled while acquiring a specialized education. Capable individuals who will flourish in global society must expand their own individuality and personalities, and gain the abilities needed to understand the diverse ways other people think. It is also essential that they flexibly demonstrate their skills in a variety of situations to overcome challenges they encounter during their specialized education. I am confident that the students the Graduate School of Agriculture produces will become talented individuals that play key roles in pioneering the next era in international society by promoting advanced research in the field of agricultural science.
Kazuhiro Chiba, Dean, Graduate School of Agriculture
Graduate School of Agriculture Overview
The Graduate School of Agriculture offers two-year master courses designed to produce graduates with an intense interest in education and research who focus on the increasing global severity of issues relating to food, resources, the environment and pollution, and the world's population; possess the specialized capabilities and extensive expertise essential to resolving these issues; and develop the skills to flourish in leadership positions in international society.
Information on the Department of Science of Biological Production.
Information on the Department of Studies in Sustainable and Symbiotic Society.
Information on the Department of Applied Biological Chemistry.
Information on the Department of Bioregulation and Biointeraction.
Information on the Department of Natural Resources and Eco-materials.
Information on the Department of Environmental Science on Biosphere.
Information on the Department of Environment Conservation.
Information on the Department of Environmental and Agricultural Engineering.
Information on the Department of International Environmental and Agricultural Science.
Information on the Cooperative Division of Veterinary Sciences (Doctoral Course).
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