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)

  1. Molecular Biology and Gene Technology
    Gene Function in Procaryotic Cells, Functioning of Eucaryotic Chromosomes, and Gene Function in Specialized Eucaryotic Systems
  2. General Cell Biology
    Evolution of Cell, Molecular Organization of Cell, Cell and Physiology äx@, ?A, and ?B (Microorganisms, Animals and Plants)
  3. 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
  4. Cell and Life Regulation
    Cell Growth and Division, Cell]Cell Adhesion and Extracellular Matrix, Chemical Signalling between Cells, Immune Systems, and Nervous Systems.
  5. Design of Biomolecules
    Protein Structure and Function, Exploring Protein, Molecules of Heredity, and Exploring Genes
  6. Applied Cell Biology
    Cell Engineering, Fermentation, Ecology Science (Bionomics) and Bioremediation, and Clone Biology

Doctoral Programs (three year period)

  1. Molecular Design of Cell and Life
    Design of Cell and Life äx@, ?A, and ?B.
  2. Molecular Regulation of Cell and Life
    Regulation of Cell and Life äx@, ?A, and ?B.