Graduate School of Engineering LIFE SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
The doctor's degree program consists of a general curriculum of prescribed research areas. Students must study individually under the direction of a professor and present some research works at technical conferences.
Generally, five years are required to complete the doctor's degree program. On successful completion of a doctor's thesis and required examinations, a student is granted a degree of Doctor of Engineering.
However, the whole period (five years) can be separated into two]year and three]year periods. After the first period, upon successful completion of a master's thesis and required examination, a student is granted a degree of Master of Engineering.
Master's Programs (two year period)
- Molecular Biology and Gene Technology
Gene Function in Procaryotic Cells, Functioning of Eucaryotic Chromosomes, and Gene Function in Specialized Eucaryotic Systems
- General Cell Biology
Evolution of Cell, Molecular Organization of Cell, Cell and Physiology äx@, ?A, and ?B (Microorganisms, Animals and Plants)
- Structure and Function of Biological Systems
Small and Macro Biomolecules, Biosynthesis of Biomolecules, Functions of Biomembrane and Cell Nucleus, and Bio]conversion of Molecule and Energy
- Cell and Life Regulation
Cell Growth and Division, Cell]Cell Adhesion and Extracellular Matrix, Chemical Signalling between Cells, Immune Systems, and Nervous Systems.
- Design of Biomolecules
Protein Structure and Function, Exploring Protein, Molecules of Heredity, and Exploring Genes
- Applied Cell Biology
Cell Engineering, Fermentation, Ecology Science (Bionomics) and Bioremediation, and Clone Biology
Doctoral Programs (three year period)
- Molecular Design of Cell and Life
Design of Cell and Life äx@, ?A, and ?B.
- Molecular Regulation of Cell and Life
Regulation of Cell and Life äx@, ?A, and ?B.