Undergraduate educational goals

Chemistry is becoming more and more important in the natural sciences as a core academic discipline that occupies the center of material science, and as a foundation for elucidating the complex and sophisticated world of life sciences at the level of molecules and their aggregates. increasing.
In order to respond to such an era, the Department of Chemistry aims to teach students systematically the basics of chemistry, and to acquire broad and deep knowledge, including applications, and problem-solving skills. In particular, we provide systematic education that includes the acquisition of basic experimental techniques. In addition, we aim to improve chemical education in response to environmental problems and the information age, improve basic education in the field of life science, and develop human resources with a broad perspective who can adapt to the development of various sciences. .
On the other hand, we consider the diversification of students’ motivation and ability to learn as an opportunity to express their individuality.
Specifically, we set the following goals:

  1. In addition to systematizing and teaching specialized knowledge of chemistry, we provide a wide range of education that takes into consideration human resources with foundations in other fields.
  2. In response to the expansion of interdisciplinary research areas in the field of chemistry, we provide education that allows students to interact with researchers in other fields and come into contact with cutting-edge research.
  3. In order to respond to social demands, we provide education to develop highly specialized professionals in chemistry and related fields.
  4. In order to respond to the globalization and informationization of society, we will actively work on specialized education in chemistry that combines English education and information education.

2022 Chemistry Program Related Curriculum

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compulsory Introduction to university education,
Culture seminar
  graduation research
Introduction to Information and Data Science  
Basic subjects Chemistry experiment method and experimentⅠ・Ⅱ chemical experimentⅠ chemical experimentⅡ
basic chemistryA basic physical chemistryA basic physical chemistryⅠA basic physical chemistryⅡA Chemistry English Exercise Chemistry English Exercise
basic chemistryB basic physical chemistryB basic physical chemistryⅠB physical chemistryⅡB physical chemistry exercise  
  basic inorganic chemistry inorganic chemistryⅠ inorganic chemistryⅢ  
  inorganic chemistryⅡ Inorganic Chemistry Exercise  
  basic organic chemistry organic chemistryⅠ organic chemistryⅢ  
  organic chemistryⅡ   organic chemistry practice
elective or elective   Advanced science subjects  
  biomaterial chemistry reaction kinetics biopolymer chemistry chemistry exercises  
  biostructural chemistry molecular structure chemistry molecular photochemistry  
  organic analytical chemistry quantum chemistry  
  Total organic main element chemistry   Computational Chemistry/Practice in Computational Chemistry
  photofunctional chemistry biochemistry
  Inorganic Solid State Chemistry organometallic chemistry
  instrumental analytical chemistry radiochemistry
  structural organic chemistry  
  Reactive organic chemistry  
  system biology bioinformatics
  chemistry internship  
  Chemistry special lecture (intensive lecture)
Other specialized basics and specialized subjects offered by the Faculty of Science and other programs approved by the Chemistry Program Faculty Council