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Master's Program Courses

Mathematical Science

This course consists of the Chair of Research of Algebraic Structure, the Chair of Algebraic and Geometric Topology, the Chair of Mathematical Analysis and the Chair of Natural and Information Sciences.

Course Outline

The Mathematical Science course aims to clarify phenomena and structures in the natural world and in human society, with students employing mathematical science in their research. The educational policy of this course is to cultivate the powers of logical thinking and expression and diverse applied academic abilities, using mathematics as the descriptive language to explain natural phenomena and social phenomena, and to foster high-level professionals able to respond positively to a range of different issues.

Material Science

This course consists of the Chair of Condensed Matter Physics, the Chair of Elementary Particle and Astrophysics, the Chair of Structural Chemistry and Instrumental Analysis and the Chair of Reaction and Physical Chemistry.

Course Outline

The Material Science course aims to clarify natural phenomena, with students employing mathematics, physics and chemistry in their research. The educational policy of this course is to cultivate the powers of logical thinking and expression and practical applied academic abilities through this research, to employ natural science in enabling peace and affluence for mankind, and to foster high-level professionals able to respond flexibly to a range of different issues.

Geosphere and Biosphere Science

The Geosphere and Biosphere Science course consists of the Chair of Geoscience, the Chair of Geological Science, the Chair of Physiology, Genetics, Biochemistry and Developmental Biology, the Chair of Evolutionary Biology, the Chair of Geosystem Analysis and the Chair of Ecosystem Analysis.

Course Outline

The Geosphere and Biosphere Science course aims to clarify phenomena of the lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and biosphere of the surface layers of the earth using the basic sciences of biology, geology, chemistry and physics, and to clarify the interaction between each sphere, and the rules and geosystems that govern them. The course also focuses on practical education providing the knowledge, methodology and techniques necessary for performing tasks like these, while aiming to improve the ability to discover clues for disentangling complex natural systems in the field and in natural phenomena, and aiming to foster talented individuals able to solve these issues.