Through conducting laboratory analysis and field surveys of various levels, from the gene to the crowd level, we will train students to become professional who have a deep knowledge of the life sciences and advanced reasoning abilities and who can engage in society actively with a clear vision.
Our objective is to provide an education to help students understand living phenomena at various levels, ranging from microscopic to macroscopic, from the role of genes to the diversity of ecosystems, in order to train students to become professionals who have a broad knowledge of the biological sciences and advanced reasoning abilities and who can engage in society actively with a clear vision. Therefore, in addition to the group of specialized courses with content continuing on from undergraduate studies, we have established Biology Seminar I and II and Special Biology Recitation I and II as compulsory courses. Biology Seminar I and II cultivate students’ abilities to individually investigate and teach advanced concepts, and Special Biology Recitation I and II cultivate students’ abilities to individually take on and solve requested tasks.
Upon the completion of these courses, students will receive credit for the compulsory special research units.