Graduate Schools08Graduate School of Bioresource SciencesGraduate School of Veterinary Medicineweb: the master’s program, students study bioresource economics consisting of four fields: Bioresource and Food Economics, Food Marketing and Management, International Food Resource Economics, and International Development Studies. Furthermore, social and economic issues relating to bioresources, both domestic and international, are also subjects for their research. In particular, students are encouraged to explore the social-scientific topics concerning manufacture, distribution and consumption, such as the sustainable and environmentally harmonious policy of biological production, the development of logistics systems, and the realization of a sustainable society. The objective of this program is to foster graduates with advanced research abilities and specialized techniques in the fields of agriculture, food industry and international cooperation.  In the doctoral program, students cultivate sophisticated and expert knowledge, based on the bioresource economics they acquired in the master’s program. They also conduct research into bioresources, particularly theories and actualities of manufacture, distribution and consumption, in Japan and overseas. This program aims to foster researchers with outstanding research skills in this field, those equipped with sophisticated specialist techniques who can take the initiative in the food industry and international cooperation. Fields in Veterinary MedicineThe Veterinary Medicine course consists of six fields: Veterinary Comparative Morphology, Veterinary Comparative Bioscience, Veterinary Infectious Disease Prevention and Control, Veterinary Disease Prevention and Public Health, Veterinary Medicine and Therapeutics, and Veterinary Pathobiology and Imaging.Objectives of the Veterinary Medicine courseThrough lectures, seminars and research activities, the course aims to enable students to acquire a wide-ranging knowledge and practical skills regarding veterinary science and treatment, a logical way of thinking, and a bioethical perspective. Another objective is to nurture students who are able to conduct research activities on their own initiative, exercise originality as researchers, and who are well equipped to make international contributions as veterinary scientists. Career paths after graduationSome of our graduates go on to take up positions as researchers in the fields of life sciences, or become employed at universities or research institutions as internationally active researchers, specializing in the diagnosis of infectious diseases and the elucidation of their mechanisms, or in disease control and prevention. Other graduates pursue careers in veterinary clinics as veterinary clinicians who are able to practice the latest veterinary medicine using advanced veterinary and regenerative medicine in combination with technology such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) and linear accelerators (LINAC).Bioresource EconomicsVeterinary MedicineFields●Bioresource and Food Economics●Food Marketing and Management●International Food Resource Economics●International Development StudiesFields●Veterinary Comparative Morphology●Veterinary Comparative Bioscience●Veterinary Infectious Disease Prevention and Control●Veterinary Disease Prevention and Public Health●Veterinary Medicine and Therapeutics●Veterinary Pathobiology and Imaging

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