Graduate School of Life and Environmental Science

The Division of Life and Environmental Science was established in April 2000, and reorganized in 2008. The division consists of three courses: Biological Science and Biotechnology, Agriculture and Forest Science, and Environmental Science and Technology. Students must take four semesters to complete a course which begins in April or October. Each student chooses one of three academic programs depending on his/her future plan: the researcher-oriented program, professional-oriented program, or local industrialist-oriented program. The Master’s degree in Life and Environmental Science is awarded to those who have earned enough credits and have submitted an approved dissertation in the fourth semester.

Graduate School of Life and Environmental Science