Curriculum (Graduate School)
Educational goals of graduate school
The Basic Chemistry Program accepts people who have systematically acquired chemistry in undergraduate education, as well as people who have an educational foundation in other fields. Our goal is to train researchers who will open up cutting-edge fields and professionals with advanced specialized knowledge. In response to the rapid interdisciplinary, international, and information-oriented modern science, we set the following educational goals.
- 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.
- 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.
- In order to respond to social demands, we provide education to develop highly specialized professionals in chemistry and related fields.
- In order to respond to the globalization and informationization of society, we will actively work on chemistry specialized education that combines English education and information education.
Graduate education through research
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2022 Basic Chemistry Program Related Curriculum
|Master’s course||doctoral course|
|1 year||2 year||1 year||2 year||1 year|
|Compulsory Graduate School Common Subjects Special Research in Basic Chemistry||Basic Chemistry Special Exercise A||Special Research in Basic Chemistry|
|Basic Chemistry Special Exercise B|
|Special Research in Basic Chemistry|
|Graduate school common subjects|
|Introduction to Physical Chemistry|
|Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry|
|Introduction to Organic Chemistry|
|elective or elective||structural physical chemistry|
|solid state chemistry|
|Radiation reaction chemistry|
|reaction physical chemistry|
|Reactive organic chemistry|
|reactive inorganic chemistry|
|Basic Chemistry Special Lecture A|
|Basic Chemistry Special Lecture B|
|Basic Chemistry Special Lecture C|