Diploma Policy/Curriculum Policy
The Graduate School of Global Food Resources aims to develop future leaders in correspondence with the curriculum policy and confers master’s degrees on those who are admitted to have
- A broad knowledge and deep understandings of the complicated global food resources problems the world is confronted with.
- World-class communication skills.
- Insights and the analytic ability to grasp problems precisely.
- An ability to build strategies to solve problems and to promote research.
- An ability to take actions and be aware as a leader.
- An ability to be responsible for related work as a professional who is expected to solve global food resources problems.
The Graduate School of Global Food Resources aims to produce experts with a knowledge of a wide range of fields, including agriculture, fisheries science, engineering, global environmental science, health science, economics, education, and political science, as well as experts in veterinary medicine, law, and the life sciences.
The Graduate School of Global Food Resources provides a curriculum that develops generalists through education based on Wandervogel training, which reaches beyond ordinary graduate school curricula and integrates the humanities and sciences for the “T-type” production of leaders and to realize the true integration of humanities and sciences through practical communications between teachers and students; it aims to generate a new interdisciplinary area.