Department of Science and Technology for Biological Resources and Environment
One of the core missions of agriculture is to create a sustainable society where humans live in harmony with nature. In order to achieve this, it is necessary to acquire advanced scientific knowledge and skills for creating, remediating, conserving, managing and using a wide range of environments from the mountains to the sea, including forests, farmland, rivers, lakes and reservoirs and seas -- all of the environments where humans and organisms live.
Therefore this program aims to foster personnel who can understand and respond to the real environmental issues affecting a wide range of sites from the mountains to the sea, and who can play an active role at the regional and global level. Specifically, we provide education in advanced methods for measurement and analysis of soil, water and ecosystems and environmental improvement methods, as well as basic and applied engineering knowledge in fields such as chemistry, biology and physics. Our aim is to develop personnel who can provide environments in which humankind and other organisms can coexist safely and comfortably.
After completing the rural engineering program (JABEE accreditation program) of the Course of Rural Engineering, you can acquire qualification as associate professional engineer. You can acquire qualification as associate surveyor if you complete the course of Forest Resources and the Course of Rural Engineering.