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Lectures (Japanese Only)

Date of Update: August 30, 2022

Common Subjects

GSFS Common Subjects

Graduate School of Frontier Sciences Courses

Division of Transdisciplinary Sciences

Department of Advanced Materials Science

Division of Transdisciplinary Sciences

Department of Advanced Energy

Division of Transdisciplinary Sciences

Department of Complexity Science and Engineering

Division of Transdisciplinary Sciences

Division of Biosciences

Department of Integrated Biosciences

Department of Computational Biology and Medical Sciences

Division of Environmental Studies

Integrated Environment Design Program

Minor Program in Sustainability Science

Division of Environmental Studies

Division of Environmental Studies inter-department educational

Division of Environmental Studies

Department of Natural Environmental Studies

Division of Environmental Studies

Department of Ocean Technology, Policy, and Environment

Division of Environmental Studies

Department of Environment Systems

Division of Environmental Studies

Department of Human and Engineerd Environmental Studies

Division of Environmental Studies

Department of Socio-Cultural Environmental Studies

Division of Environmental Studies

Department of International Studies

Division of Environmental Studies

  • Requirement for a master's degree is 30 credits or more. Upon receiving a consent from the supervisor, a student may register courses offered in undergraduate programs, other departments, other graduate schools or education units, with the condition that the maximum credits that can be counted towards the degree is 12. Among the 12 credits, the maximum allowed from undergraduate courses is 8 credits.
  • Requirement for a doctoral degree is 20 credits or more. A student may enroll in undergraduate courses, but it does not count as the required credit for the degree. Upon receiving a consent from the supervisor, a student may register courses offered in other departments, other graduate schools or education units, with the condition that the maximum credits that can be counted towards the degree is 6.
  • Subjects with "E" in remarks column will be taught in English.
  • "Introduction to Geoinformatics (J/E)" will be offered in Japanese and English separately while the course contents are the same. A student may register either of them (J or E), but not both.

Graduate Program in Sustainability Science - Global Leadership Initiative

Division of Environmental Studies

Graduate Program in Sustainability Science - Global Leadership Initiative

  • Students in the master's course need to take courses of at least 30 credits in total, which must include at least four credits from Basic Compulsory Courses on Sustainability Science, four credits from Compulsory Elective Lecture Courses, two credits from Compulsory Exercise Course, and twelve credits from Master's Thesis-Related Courses.
    Students in the master's course can also take courses of a maximum of four credits offered in other departments and faculties.
  • Students in the Doctoral Course need to take courses of at least 20 credits in total, which must include 18 credits from Doctoral Thesis-Related Courses.
    *Enrolled students in Doctoral Course without taking up Basic Compulsory Courses on Sustainability Science (4 credits) should accomplish those requirements as well.
    A maximum of two credits from courses offered in other departments and graduate schools can be counted for completing the doctoral course, however, the credits from courses offered for undergraduate students will not be counted for completing the doctoral course.
  • Subjects with "E" in the remarks column will be taught in English.
  • This course list is applied only for students starting in 2019 or later.
  • Those who enrolled before March 31, 2019 shall follow the requirements for completing the master's or doctoral course in the course lists that have issued in their enrollment year

Lectures in English

List of Lectures Taught in English:

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