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Environmental and Life Sciences

Technology for the Future: Environment and Life Sciences - Earth and Humanity

The Department of Environmental and Life Sciences comprises 4 fields: bioscience and biotechnology, applied chemistry, advanced environmental technology, and ecological engineering. This department conducts education and research in the fields closely related to both the environment and life, such as organisms, chemistry, material science, electricity and electronics, environmental engineering, nano and micro science, molecular biology, and social and security system science, and develops talent who can thrive in the international community.

The Sustainable Development Course comprising advanced environmental technology and ecological engineering develops engineers with a wide range of knowledge and problem solving abilities in the following areas:

  • integration of biological functions and electronics
  • effective utilization of resources and energy based on material and environmental engineering
  • new technology for security and safety
  • Earth science and environmental planning

This education will help them to become leaders capable of using engineering to support the restoration, improvement, and sustainability of ecological systems such that human activity may be developed sustainably.

The Life and Material Science Course is comprised of bioscience, biotechnology and applied chemistry, as well as an approach to material science based on a rich knowledge of chemistry and biology in which the essence of life is studied. This course actively introduces advanced scientific knowledge and methods in order to develop engineers who are equipped with leadership skills, a wide perspective and understanding that transcends individual specialties.

Fields of Study

  • Bioscience and Biotechnology
  • Molecular Chemistry
  • Advanced Environmental Technology
  • Ecological Engineering


  • Sustainable Development Course
  • Life and Materials Science Course

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