Graduate Schools06Graduate School of Bioresource SciencesGraduate School of Bioresource SciencesThe course of Bioresource Production Sciences covers five fields: Plant Production Science, Animal Production Science, Aquatic Life Production Science, Forest Production Science, and Bioproduction and Environmental Engineering. With the continuing increase of the world’s population and the diversication of peoples’ needs, the vigorous and diversied demands for plant- and animal-resources will inevitably lead to a serious impact on the global environment. In order to address the complex and difcult issue of achieving a delicate balance between food production and environment protection, it is necessary to be able to view it from different perspectives. This course aims to nurture researchers and professional specialists, who can develop their research with a high-level of issue-solving ability: skills of applying basic knowledge to a wider and more complex eld, and of making use of advanced technologies. The graduates—including those who are pursuing further goals in their research—secure careers in many diverse elds: environmental researchers, instructors of educational institutions, researchers and engineers of manufacturing- and logistics-related companies or agricultural cooperatives. Armed with their specialized knowledge, each is actively involved in his or her particular eld as an expert.The course of Bioresource Utilization Sciences covers four fields: Bioresource Utilization Science, Bioresource Utilization Chemistry, Applied Microbiology and Food Science. This course addresses the issues of utilizing bioresources in relation to the global environment. Besides attending lectures, students in the master’s program conduct research at the cutting edge of bioresource sciences, so that they can respond to the future needs of society. Based on the studies done in the master’s program, students in the doctoral program develop their specific research on a chosen area in further detail. Through the preparation of their doctoral dissertations, in which they explain the methodology and findings of their research, the students will acquire more sophisticated abilities of communication. It is essential that students acquire the ethical perspectives that all researchers and technicians are expected to have. After completing the course, many of the students find employment in major food manufacturers and medical industry, including hygiene- and sanitation-related fields.Bioresource Production SciencesBioresource Utilization SciencesFields●Plant Production Science●Animal Production Science●Aquatic Life Production Science●Forest Production Science●Bioproduction and Environmental EngineeringFields●Bioresource Utilization Science●Bioresource Utilization Chemistry●Applied Microbiology●Food Scienceweb:

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