In the Graduate Major in Chemistry, related courses are organized into categories to provide systematic and specialized learning.
In the graduate course, students can systematically learn more advanced knowledge in physical chemistry, inorganic/analytical chemistry, and organic chemistry, based on the fundamental knowledge of chemistry learned in the bachelor's program. Furthermore, those courses are designed to enable students to deepen their expertise and enhance creativity through research seminars and master's thesis research.
*1 Indicates the standard model where the master's program is completed in two years.
In the Doctoral Program, through lectures of "cutting-edge colloquiums," and based on the broad knowledge in chemistry acquired in the master's degree program, students can acquire diverse knowledge on the newest research broadly related to chemistry. Also, with the "cutting-edge chemistry research training," students get practical training in presenting research results. The program is designed to enable students to develop their expertise and enhance creativity through doctoral thesis research.
*2Indicates the standard model where the Doctoral Program is completed in three years.