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Master's Program (Science)

Graduate School of Science and Engineering for Education (Science)

The Graduate School's Science Division is composed of six two-year master's programs: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences and Environmental Biology and Chemistry. Each course provides a systematic advanced curriculum, providing students with a cohesive education from the first year. This ensures that they develop a deep understanding of their specialties, while learning how to grasp problems in terms of their wider implications, as they become talented leaders of the next generation. The ultimate goal is to discover new phenomena of nature and to establish theories for elucidating those phenomena. The knowledge gained through research in fundamental sciences contributes to the promotion of new technology in various fields of application.

Atoms Being Cooled by a Laser and Trapped in a Narrow Space

Exploring the Evolution of organisms through Genetic Structural Analysis

Observations of the Surface Conditions of Materials with New Properties Using an Electron Microscope

Experimentation on the Chemical Components of Physiologically Active Natural Products

Majors Areas of Research
Mathematics Mathematical Analysis
Mathematical Science of Information
Physics Solid State Physics
Nanophysics
Theoretical Physics
Microwave Physics
Laser Physics
Chemistry Physical Chemistry
Coordination Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
Natural Products Chemistry
Biofunctional Chemistry
Hydrogen Isotope Science
Biology Structural Biology
Cell Biology
Regulatory Biology
Earth Sciences Geoelectromagnetism
Glaciology
Physical Oceanography
Geodynamics
Geological Science
Environmental Biology and Chemistry Environmental and Analytical Chemistry
Environmental Biology