The Graduate School of Bioresource and Bioenvironmental Sciences consists of 5 departments, each of which comprises 2 to 6 divisions including over 60 laboratories (listed below) covering various fields of agriculture, forestry, fishery, animal science, and agricultural economisc.
The mission of the Department of Bioresource Sciences is to overcome the food problem which is one of high-priority issues imposed on human in the 21st century.
|Educational Course 1 ： Agricultural Bioresource Sciences|
|Educational Course 2 ： Animal & Marine Bioresource Sciences|
*** does NOT accept new students.
The multifaceted and comprehensive approach is crucially required to solve a variety of environmental problems widely ranging from global scale to regional scale, and to establish the sustainable society.
|Educational Course 1 ： Forest Sciences|
|Educational Course 2 ： Bioproduction Environmental Sciences|
|Educational Course 3 ： Agronomy & Environmental Sciences|
|Educational Course 4 ： Sustainable Bioresources Science|
This department conducts education and research on the international food system from the viewpoint of social sciences with the aim of maintaining a stable supply of safe food and sustainable development of food industries and regional societies.
The Department of Bioscience and Biotechnology consists of four educational courses, Molecular Biosciences, Systems Biology, Applied Molecular Microbiology & Biomass Chemistry and Food Science & Biotechnology.
|Educational Course 1 ： Molecular Biosciences|
|Educational Course 2 ： Systems Biology|
|Educational Course 3 ： Applied Molecular Microbiology & Biomass Chemistry|
|Educational Course 4 ： Food Science & Biotechnology|
The Department of Innovative Science and Technology for Bio-industry is established only for Ph.D. candidate students, which consists of two educational courses, Bio-System Design and Functional Biomaterials Design.
|Educational Course 1 ： Bio-system Design|
|Educational Course 2 ： Functional Biomaterials Design|