School of Agriculture / Graduate School of Agriculture

The 17 goals of the SDGs are modeled in relation to each other, creating a model called a "wedding cake". According to it, each goal belongs to one of the biosphere, social, or economic groups, creating a three-tiered structure that is closely linked.
The relationship between education and research conducted at Graduate School of Agriculture also fits perfectly with this model. In other words, each laboratory at Graduate School of Agriculture is working on various issues related to food, resources, energy, and the environment, but the goals set by those laboratories cover most of the SDGs. The aim of Graduate School of Agriculture is to create an interdisciplinary and integrated interdisciplinary study on the basis of human existence and cutting-edge agricultural and forestry technology through such research. A vast field unique to our school can be used for such research. We also conduct joint research with local companies and international research institutes. By participating in these research activities, students are able to develop the skills to adapt to a wide range of society, and acquire the knowledge and skills that can contribute to solving problems on a global scale from the local level.

In addition to continuing on to doctoral courses (approximately 13%) of those who have completed the master's course, many of them are employed by private companies in the manufacturing, information and communications, wholesale and retail industries, national and local governments, and research institutes (approximately 79%). )doing. Doctoral course graduates find employment at universities, research institutes, manufacturing industries, national and local governments, etc. Some graduates continue to engage in activities related to food, resources, energy, environmental issues, and the sustainable development of industry after completing their studies Graduate School of Agriculture.