We aim to help students develop expertise and skills in chemistry. This necessarily includes developing professionals who will contribute to the further development of chemistry and ultimately apply the results to all fields of technology in order to contribute proactively to the betterment of both the local and international societies.
To achieve this objective, we have the following goals which have determined that students in our program must work toward. Our students must:
- have the basic academic ability and motivation necessary to achieve our objective, think scientifically and rationally, and acquire sufficient communication skills;
- be keenly interested in various problems in chemistry and take on challenges with a strong sense of inquiry;
- draw up scientific and multifaceted observation/experiment plans and hone their skill in analyzing them logically in order to analyze various phenomena in chemistry; and,
- acquire the skills, based on the expertise in chemistry and with high standards of ethics, to contribute to the local and international communities, giving consideration to diverse values and cultures.
Our fields are inorganic analysis/physical science and organic/biochemistry.
Students learn designated topics systematically through a multiple of subjects so that they will grow into the sort of human resources who can respond to social seeds (new technology owned by companies) in the field in which they will have devoted their learning. Master’s Course students will choose one or more fields offered by the Program and take the subjects designated by respective fields to learn the advanced educational content required by the field.
For more information on the curriculum, please refer to the Guidebook to Curriculum and Registration.
List of faculty members
The following specialists provide research and education support to students and help find solutions to student academic issues.