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Curriculum of the Department of Applied Chemistry and Bioscience

Features of the curriculum

Starting from the acquisition of basic knowledge, students can study many subjects that can be applied to any kind of science and technology field.
Students can study basic chemistry subjects such as organic chemistry and physical chemistry, and basic biology subjects such as biochemistry and molecular biology, and select many applied subjects.
Applied subjects include a wide range of options such as Analytical Chemistry and Polymer Science in the chemistry field, Biomimetics and Medical Materials in the biology and medical fields, and Quantum Mechanics, Laser Engineering and Electromagnetism in the physics and electronics fields.
Most courses are elective subjects, allowing students to study subjects based on their own interests.
The practical training subjects include chemical and biological experiments as well as laser technology, electronic circuit production, computer programming and other themes, allowing students to acquire the skills and abilities to handle any kind of science and technology field.

Outline of subjects

Compulsory subject Elective compulsory subject Elective subject

Second year

Learning goal
To understand the connections between basic fields such as chemistry, biology, and mathematics
Applied chemistry field
Organic Chemistry Analytical Science Polymer Science Basic Organic Chemistry
Biological and medical engineering field
Photobiology Biochemistry Basic Biology A Molecular Biology
Common subjects
Photonics Science Experiments A and B Material Science A Optics Computer Programming 1
Introduction to Quantum Science Systems Engineering Introduction to Earth Science 1 and 2 Material Science B
Electromagnetism Digital Circuits Physics Experiment

Third year

Learning goal
To acquire the ability to find ways of solving problems by applying expertise
Applied chemistry field
Environmental Chemistry Material Photonics Experiments A and B Photonics Polymers Chemical Engineering Chemistry Experiments
Molecular Design Organic Electronics and Photonics Inorganic Electronics and Photonics
Biological and medical engineering field
Bioelectronic Photonics Experiments A and B Introduction to Medicine Biopolymers Biological Sample Analysis Biophotonics Biomimetics
Medical Laser Engineering Bioelectronics Biological Experiments Medical Inorganic Materials Biological Application Medical Polymers
Common subjects
Computer Application Analog Circuits Internship Photonics Condensed Matter
Nanophotonics Device Electronics Measurements Introduction to Laser

Fourth year

Learning goal
To set a goal and apply research
Applied chemistry
Material Photonics Seminar
Biological and medical engineering field
Biomedical Photonics Seminar
Common subjects
Journal Club Graduation Research A and B

Featured subjects

Optical Science Experiment B (second year)

Students deepen their understanding of the fields that form the basis of applied biochemistry such as physics, electronic engineering, chemistry, and biology, through basic experiments on optical measurements, organic systems, and polymers.
Students not only acquire experimental techniques but also the ability to write a report, which is an important skill for technologists, by repeatedly submitting reports.

Material Photonics Experiment B (third year)

Students acquire the ability to devise a creative solution and to develop the logic while conducting well-balanced physical and chemical experiments under the four themes of “opt device” and “optical interferometer” in the physics field, and “azo dye” and “photosensitive resin” in the chemistry field.
Their communication skills are also honed through team experiments.

Medical Materials (third year)

Students learn about the properties of metal, ceramic and polymer materials, which are all medical materials (biomaterials) that can be applied to achieve therapy and perform tests in the medical field.
In addition to understanding the mechanism and function of the human body, students also learn about biocompatibility (interaction between living organisms and materials) as related to artificial bone and blood vessels.
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