This course is focused on not only natural sciences such as chemistry and biology but also chemical engineering sciences in conjunction with informatics.
This enables us to nurture inquisitive
scientists and engineers who can contribute from an extensively scientific perspective to the creation and globalization of regional industries utilizing chemical and biological materials.
This course provides education on chemistry and biology, which deal with material and life phenomena, respectively.
Additionally, informatics is used to produce a comprehensive understanding of phenomena and the potential creation of useful materials.
Chemistry and biology are taught in ways structured according to four categories; physical chemistry, inorganic and analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry and biology.
The knowledge obtained through classes on informatics is then utilized and developed in the application field (i.e., process production science).