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Courses in Animal Life Sciences / Animal Resource Sciences

Undergraduate Master's course PhD course
 
Courses for 1st and 2nd year students
Science of protein all around us
 (First-Year Seminar for Natural Sciences Students)
S (@ KOMABA)
Applied Animal Sciences I : Introduction to Animal Life Sciences
 (Integrated Courses)
S (@ KOMABA)
Introduction to Animal Cell Research
 (Specialized Seminar)
S (@ KOMABA)
Introduction to One Earth Guradians
 (Specialized Seminar)
S (@ KOMABA)
Agric. Scientists Studio Interview
 (Specialized Seminar)
A (@ KOMABA)
Science of protein all around us - practice course
 (Specialized Seminar)
W (@ YAYOI)
     
Compulsory courses Credits Semester/Term
Literacy on Agricultural Studies (Common subjects) 2 B2-W (Intensive)
Ethics for Agricultural Sciences: Bioethic (Common subjets) 1 B3-S1
Ethics for Agricultural Sciences: Environmental Ethics (Common subjets) 1 B3-A1
Ethics for Agricultural Sciences: Engineering Ethics (Common subjets) 1 B3-A2
Basics of Animal Life Sciences 2 B3-S1
Animal Radiology 2 B3-S1
Cellular Biochemistry I 2 B3-S1
Cellular Biochemistry II 2 B3-A1
Cell Technology 2 B3-A1
Applied Genetics 2 B3-A1
Behavioral Biology 2 B3-A1
Applied Immunology 2 B3-A1
Animal Life SciencesⅠ 2 B3-A2
Animal Life Sciences II 2 B3-A2
Two out of these three courses must be taken.
For recommended elective courses other than the above compulsory courses, please check the "Timetable" booklet distributed when entering faculty.
 

In addition to the above courses, students must take practical training, exercises, and a graduation thesis.

Details of the number of credits required for graduation and the combination of available classes will be explained in the guidance at the time of entering the faculty, but please be sure to check the handbook.

                     

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