Applied Biological Chemistry

Applied Biological Chemistry

Applying biological chemistry to agriculture

The Department of Applied Biological Chemistry provides educational programs on life sciences with a focus on the flow of chemical compounds. The program focuses on understanding "life" by comprehensively studying biology and other related subjects, utilizing chemistry as a fundamental tool. We produce basic and applied education and research to develop science and technology that supports genuinely fulfilled living. Through the coursework, students gain the ability to solve complex issues related to life, food, and the environment.

Experiment for graduation thesis
Experiment for graduation thesis

Certificates and licenses for the graduates

  • High school teacher’s primary license (science)
  • Food sanitation inspector and supervisor
  • Poison handling manager
  • Eligibility to take an exam for class A dangerous goods handler

Curriculum (excerpt)

Lectures Experiment and practices
  • First year seminar
  • Basic cellular and molecular life sciences
  • Basic inorganic chemistry
  • Basic organic chemistry
  • Analytical chemistry
  • Agricultural core training
  • Exercise of basic chemistry I
  • Molecular life science I, II
  • Food chemistry
  • Microbiology
  • Biological chemistry I, II
  • Organic chemistry I, II
  • Chemistry and life
  • Experiments of basic chemistry I, II
  • Exercise of basic chemistry II
  • Molecular physiology
  • Science of food and cell
  • Food immunology
  • Natural products chemistry
  • Microbial technology
  • Polymeric materials chemistry
  • Experiments of applied biological chemistry I, II
  • Presentation practice
Senior Graduation thesis

Please go to the Department of Applied Biological Chemistry website for more information