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General outline of Major in Bioscience

It is no exaggeration to say that the twenty-first century is quickly becoming a century of life sciences and medical biosciences. Positioning molecular biology and biotechnology at the heart of its technology disciplines, the Bioscience Major aims to explore the principles behind vital phenomena that are not yet fully understood, to elucidate various pathologies, and to develop new resources and technologies that will contribute to medical practice. In addition to Bioscience major-specific disciplines, students will receive basic training in core scientific fields such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, engineering, and information science. To gain practical skills, laboratory sessions will be incorporated to cover experimental techniques across the full spectrum of physical, chemical and biological sciences.

Overview of the English-based undergraduate courses.
April entry (green), mainly for students in Japan following the Japanese school year and September entry (brown) for students from abroad.

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A multidisciplinary approach to medically-orientated bioscience at the cutting edge of scientific teaching, research and application.