Curriculum (Graduate Course)

Educational Goals of the Graduate School

The Chemistry Program aims to educate students to systematically obtain expertise regarding physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and inorganic chemistry to establish their knowledge base of chemistry, improve the ability for identifying and solving problems thorough the research activities for elucidating any universal law or basic principle regarding the molecule structure and chemical reaction, and develop the sensibility and general judgment required for exploring the truth. In addition to this, the Program allows students to observe cutting-edge research activities to develop human resources who are capable of applying their expertise to cross-disciplinary research activities and of solving social problems.

The Program develops engineers and highly professional engineers who have expertise and experiment skills in areas of the basic chemistry and can contribute to solve social problems from a broad point of view and educators who have expertise and knowledge in areas of the basic chemistry and can transmit the knowledge regarding the universal chemical laws and fundamental principles for the future.

Graduate Education through Cutting-Edge Research

The Program has 14 laboratories (3 of which belong to the Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life) covering a wide range of fields including physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, and organic chemistry. The education in the graduate course is implemented through cutting-edge research.
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Chemistry Program-Related Courses

Be sure to check the syllabus for the courses offered each year.
Master’s course Doctoral course
1st year 2nd year 1st year 2nd year 3rd 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
Coordination chemistry
analytical chemistry
photofunctional chemistry
Radiation reaction chemistry
quantum 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