Features of the School
Taking on the challenges of exploring the fundamental principles of chemistry and creating the technology for their application
Chemistry covers many fields from atomic- and molecular-level phenomena occurring in the natural world, to the invention of functional materials suited to our environment-conscious modern society.Chemistry supports the development and production of the various chemical products that underpin our daily lives.
Scientists with creativity and technical skills
We motivate you through chemistry to contribute to the development and enrichment of science, technology and culture in order to coexist with nature and sustain a high quality of life, as well as to contribute to various aspects of society.
Chemistry covers many fields from atomic- and molecular-level phenomena occurring in the natural world, to the invention of functional materials suited to our environment-conscious modern society. Chemistry supports the development and production of the various chemical products that underpin our daily lives. We motivate you through chemistry to contribute to the development and enrichment of science, technology and culture in order to coexist with nature and sustain a high quality of life.
We welcome students who are willing to think independently, are highly motivated academically, and are eager to tackle the challenges of unknown fields.
We emphasize integrated education. Two core programs are offered: Advanced and Applied Chemistry Core programs. Students can choose a major in advanced chemistry or applied chemistry. In the first year, a liberal arts education will allow students to acquire basic knowledge. In the second year, students are assigned to one of the two programs of their choice and further pursue in-depth knowledge until the end of their fourth year. We inspire students and educate them to become outstanding researchers and engineers with a solid knowledge of chemistry.
Our Principles and Goals
Chemistry at every level from atoms to the universe, from fundamentals to application
Natural science is a vast field that is developing rapidly, and for which chemistry is becoming increasingly important. In order to support the growing needs of society, we prepare you for a career as an outstanding researcher, engineer or educator.
Chemistry in connection with a wide range of natural scientific fields
Chemistry is closely related to physics, biology, medical science, pharmaceutical science, and engineering science, and serves as the backbone of natural science. Therefore, we aim to support students in becoming researchers or engineers by cultivating their knowledge and skills of chemistry in the atomic world, nanotechnology, biotechnology, energy conversion, medicine, and functional materials.
2 Core Programs
Advanced Chemistry Core Program
This program is organized by subject to study basic principles to clarify advanced material at both atomic and molecular levels.
Applied Chemistry Core Program
This program is organized by subject to study applied chemistry management, based on skills in both chemistry and engineering.
6 Advanced Programs
Advanced Material Analysis Program
Learn advanced theory and methodology of material analysis
To clarify both the properties and reaction behaviors of various new functional materials, comprehensive knowledge is studied to learn manifold and logical thinking.
Theoretical chemistry, Analytical chemistry, Radiochemistry, Nuclear geochemistry
Molecular Innovation Chemistry Program
Learn the principles and skills for molecular innovation and manipulation
Molecular innovation and manipulation of organic materials (such as natural products and medicine), inorganic materials (such as nanostructures and metal complexes), and biomaterials (such as proteins) are studied, and active research in advanced fields of chemistry is cultivated.
Basic natural science, Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Biomaterials
Nano-Supramolecular Chemistry Program
Learn the beauty and functions of molecular assembly “supramolecules”
Active research on the manipulation of nano-supramolecules ingeniously formed by molecular interaction among several structural materials such as biomolecules, organic molecules, and inorganic molecules is cultivated for the fields of advanced and applied chemistries.
Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Biomaterials, Supramolecular chemistry, Polymer materials
Energy Creation Chemistry Program
Learn about technologies of energy creation by molecules
Energy creation is a vast field comprising solar cells, biomass energy, wind and environmental power generation, batteries, and social infrastructure networks. This program develops human resources who will revolutionize the social infrastructure from the standpoint of a chemist.
Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Electrochemistry, Physical chemistry, Energy creation
Green Sustainable Chemistry Program
Learn green chemistry to ensure the Earth’s future
This program develops human resources who will reduce the load on the human body and ecosystems and contribute to the development of a sustainable society through chemistry.
Organic chemistry, Physical chemistry, Instrumental analytical chemistry, Geochemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Applied biochemistry, Safety theory for chemistry
Functional Material Science Program
Learn about the forefront of functional materials
Both the structure and functions of materials at the atomic and molecular levels are studied in the functional material science program. This program therefore develops human resources who will contribute to creating innovative functional materials expected to solve global problems.
Polymer chemistry, Supramolecular chemistry, Organic structure analysis, Organic reaction theory, Organic material chemistry, Bio-polymer materials
- Our Principles and Goals
- 2 Core Programs
- Advanced Chemistry Core Program
- Applied Chemistry Core Program
- Advanced Programs
- Advanced Material Analysis Program
- Molecular Innovation Chemistry Program
- Nano-Supramolecular Chemistry Program
- Energy Creation Chemistry Program
- Green Sustainable Chemistry Program
- Functional Material Science Program