Three Key Points
Selection of specialized areas from courses in Chemistry and Biotechnology.
1st and 2nd-year students can observe laboratories and experience advanced research early.
Flexible curriculum based on courses completed in high school.
In this program, students study two fields: chemistry, which produces materials and medicines that enrich our lives; and biotechnology, which utilizes the biological functions of living organisms as technology. Students train to become researchers and engineers who will apply the knowledge and technology learned in this department to manufacturing. Third-year students conduct applied chemistry experiments such as water analysis, dye synthesis, and distillation. In their fourth year, they are assigned to a laboratory, and do hands-on experiments using equipment such as electron microscopes, mass spectrometers, spectrophotometers, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers.