Introduction to the Graduate School of Engineering Master's Program Chemistry and Bioengineering

  • Graduate School of Engineering
  • Master's Program
  • Chemistry and Bioengineering
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  • Frontier Materials and Function Engineering
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    • Researchers
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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  • Mechanical Engineering
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  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
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  • Design and Media Technology
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  • Die-Mold and Casting Engineering
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  • Doctoral Program
  • Frontier Matter and Function Engineering
    • topics
    • Researchers
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
    • topics
    • Researchers
  • Mechanical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
    • topics
    • Researchers
  • Design and Media Technology
    • topics
    • Researchers
    • Web site
Master's Program
  • Chemistry and Bioengineering
  • Frontier Materials and Function Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Design and Media Technology
  • Die-Mold and Casting Engineering
Doctoral Program
  • Frontier Matter and Function Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Design and Media Technology
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Master's Program
Chemistry and Bioengineering

Human-friendly and environmentally friendly technological development through the integration of chemistry and biotechnology.

Research into the creation of useful new materials, development of new energy systems, life phenomena and life information mechanisms constitutes an indispensable part of the scientific and technological infrastructure for society in the 21st century, aiming to be in harmony with the global environment and human life.

The Chemistry and Bioengineering Program in which conventional chemistry and biotechnology are integrated, offers courses and research on the theme of human-friendly and environmentally friendly functional materials, chemical processes, and life form information. Throughout the two-year program, we strive to foster advanced, internationally competent expert engineers who have the skills to solve highly complex problems, and with a sufficient understanding of materials science in chemistry and life phenomena and their operating principles.

Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology Program consists of three courses: the organic and macromolecular chemistry course, the inorganic and physical chemistry course, and the biotechnology course. Students can deepen individual research themes and develop their expertise.

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