The Graduate School of Agriculture focuses on nurturing people to adapt to a changing environment and be versatile enough to play a key role in different societies. Subtropical agriculture, a major united area, has been established in our graduate school in 2011. The aim for this reorganization is designed to build professional skills in students for the development of high quality researchers and engineers capable of researching the stable bio-production and the sustainable uses of biomaterial based on global knowledge acquired in undergraduate school as the students can resolve some issues associated with subtropical agriculture including Okinawa.
The curriculum consists of systematic courses of core educational subjects, specialized subjects and applied expansive subjects. The core education subjects promote the advanced knowledge necessary for flexible thinking and deep insight. The specialized subjects nurture the ability to apply knowledge as advanced professionals. The expansive education subjects equip an independent person with sufficient knowledge to work in scientific organizations, industries, and businesses. We offer an education program with 'Food, Agriculture, Environment and Resources' that helps students do extensive research, and thus, develop the ability to work efficiently in research and development of home ground of Asia and Australasia.
|Courses||Admission Capacity||Areas of Study||Degree|
|Bioproduction||16||Tropical Crop Science,
Plant and Animal Breeding,
Bioproduction Systems Engineering,
Agricultural and Forest Economics
|Master of Agriculture|
|Environmental Sciences and Technology||12||Water Use and Hydraulic Structure Engineering,
Soil Science and Land Conservation,
|Bioscience and Biotechnology||12||Biotechnology, Applied Biochemistry, Applied Bioresource Science|