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The Graduate Graduate School of Life Science is a graduate school established in 2006 with the aim of providing cutting-edge life science education that transcends conventional undergraduate and academic frameworks. Currently, various researchers belonging to Faculty of Science, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of Advanced Life Science, Research Faculty of Agriculture Faculty of Medicine, Research Institute for Electronic Science, Research Institute Institute of Low Temperature Science, Institute for Genetic Medicine, Institute for Catalysis etc. Faculty members in various research fields are in charge of education at Graduate School of Life Science, and with a comprehensive understanding of a wide range of life phenomena, students can play an active role internationally in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Education is being developed with the aim of developing human resources.
Graduate School of Life Science has three majors: the Life Science Major (Comprised of three courses: Transdisciplinary Life Science Course, Life Systems Science Course, and Biomedical Science Course), Soft Matter Major, and Clinical Pharmacy Major. We provide education that enhances expertise in the academic field in which you are good at.
In Graduate School of Life Science 's "class syllabus", in addition to class goals and class plans, we are working to clarify which items of the 17 goals of the SDGs are related to each class from the 2019 academic year.