Department of Environmental and Food Sciences

  • Environmental and Food Chemistry Course
  • Biological and Food Chemistry Course

Students will acquire knowledge about a broad range of scientific technologies and gain a rich creativity that will allow them to engage in solving and improving crucial issues concerning environment and food.

The issues of the global environment and food are growing increasingly serious, and are now starting to threaten not only the human race, but the existence of all living things on our planet as well. The ability to solve issues is indispensable in the building of a society where everyone can live with a peace of mind. Students will acquire the knowledge and technology to engage in the solution of issues such as improving the environment and evading a food crisis through specialized education on the environment and food as well as cutting-edge research, based on chemistry and biology.

Department of Environmental and Food Sciences Key Points

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In the first year, students will learn about the environment, food, and biotechnology based on chemistry and biology.
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In addition to a substantial fundamental education, from the second year, students acquire expert knowledge and skills on the environment and food.
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A practical curriculum that places importance on experiments and hands-on learning helps deepen the students’ understanding of the contents of the classes.

Contribute to our planet's environment by discovering new possibilities for food and foodstuff from the perspectives of environmental purification and environmental preservation. Environmental and Food Chemistry Course

Global-scale creativity and knowledge of chemistry are indispensable in solving various issues from food safety, including food processing, nutrition, and health, to environmental purification, preservation, evaluation, and adaptable materials. Students will gain knowledge and skills through a systematic curriculum.

Contribute to securing food resources by exploring ways for food production and use of microorganisms from the perspective of biological resource utilization. Biological and Food Chemistry Course

Deepen special knowledge in areas from food safety, such as food processing, nutrition, and health, to food production, manufacturing, and intake through research and development in leading fields related to biological chemistry. Students will gain knowledge and skills through a systematic curriculum for learning about biotechnology related to food.

Learn through five curriculum models to find your own future. Curriculum Model

There are so many different types of studies within reach when students take full advantage of the curriculum of the Department of Environment and Food Sciences. This has been made visible through the development of five new curriculum models. Students will be able to grow to professionals in each field of study by composing their own individual learning paths, using these curriculum models as reference. Students can select their own models freely and at their own volition. Students may also change their curriculum of study along the way or arrange their own individual curriculums.

Abbreviation
Curriculum Models
E
Environmental systems
C
Chemical systems
F
Food systems
B
Biotechnology systems
T
Science (Junior high school and high school) teaching license
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