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School of Marine Resources and Environment

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Diploma Policy

1. Kinds of human resources to aim for (Individuality, distinguishing characteristic, attractiveness)

In the School of Marine Resources and Environment, we aim to foster high-level professionals who are interested in conservation of the marine environment and sustainable use of the resources, and who will have a global bird's-eyes view of various issues, knowledge and skills to think and solve them by themselves.

2. Goals for the competencies and core qualities that students should acquire

  • High international core qualities together with communication skills including language skills, presentation skills and understanding of a variety of societies/cultures;
  • The basic of comprehensive marine science from the atmosphere to under the bottom of the sea and expertise with regard to marine natural energies and resources, marine utilization technology or with regard to conservation, restoration, impact assessment, etc. of marine environment;
  • The ability to think logically and judge appropriately with high ethical values by themselves on the basis of a variety of information;
  • The abilities to use their knowledge effectively in a variety of situations and integrate same to apply and practice at the marine sites.

3. Requirements for recognition of graduation

In the undergraduate courses, we shall recognize graduation by and grant a bachelor's degree (Marine Science) to students who have been enrolled in a bachelor program for a prescribed period and who have taken the classes set in accordance with the purposes of education in the schools, and who have earned the normative credits

Curriculum Policy

1. Policies for organizing curricula

The class subjects in the School of Marine Resources and Environment consist of ① Comprehensive subjects, ② Basic subjects, ③ Basic specialized subjects, ④ Specialized subjects and ⑤ Subjects related to qualifications. We systematically organize classes for these subject categories, experiments/practicums, etc. and provide organized education. In particular, many subjects in common for two undergraduate courses are set by a part of a course in ③ Basic specialized subjects that will enable them to share knowledge of basic science with regard to the oceans. Furthermore, a part of the subjects has introduced English classes and interactive type classes to respond to globalization and to foster the ability to respond various issues actively / practically .

2. Policy to implement curricula

  • The classes of comprehensive subjects are held under the all-campus system and comprised with carefully selected content appropriate to the university specialized in the oceans aiming to develop the extensive education, the ability to think logically, cultural core qualities, international perspectives, communication skills and presentation skills.
  • In the basic subjects, systematic natural science and mathematical science that are the basics to learn the specialized subjects are learned together with providing the lectures and practicums related to English qualifying examinations that have become requirements for advancement.
  • For the basic specialized subjects and specialized subjects, the Undergraduate Course of Ocean Sciences has basic and specialized knowledge acquired with regard to oceanography and marine biology together with fostering the ability to carry out observations and environmental research on the spot of the oceans through development of the ability to set up themes and solve issues over marine environment. In addition, the Undergraduate Course of Marine Resources and Energy has specialized knowledge and skills acquired with regard to sustainable use of sea bottom resources, renewable energies of the oceans, etc. based on a rudimentary knowledge with regard to the oceans and the rudimentary knowledge of engineering together with fostering the ability for planning, management and practical works of ocean development on the spot through fostering the ability to set up themes and solve issues over use of the oceans.
  • For the specialized subjects, we systematically organize classes of lectures, seminars, experiments and practicums, and provide organized and systematic education aiming to acquire the ability to have grasps of situations generally and enable to understand/judge various issues comprehensively.
  • For all subjects, evaluation standards of learning outcomes are specified together with developing students' ability for autonomous learning through use of evaluation results.

Admission Policy

1. Interests/drive required of the students we accept

The School of Marine Resources and Environment seeks students who are interested in various global issues with regard to marine environment / aquatic organisms / resources / energies, and who have desire for initiatives toward conservation of environment, sustainable use of the oceans and resources, effective use of energies, etc.

2. Learning achievements required of students we accept

Knowledge/skills
(1) The core qualities and basic academic skills necessary to receive an extensive education from natural science to engineering.

The ability to think/judge/express, etc.
(2) Desire to learn the extensive area with regard to marine environment and resources, and activeness toward new themes;
(3) The extensive perspectives to address various issues and thinking on their own initiatives.

An attitude of learning in collaboration with a variety of people while playing a primary role
(4) The basis of the ability for communication to collaborate with a variety of people and the spirit to understand/respect different ideas and cultures;
(5) Basic language skills and desire to play an active role globally.

3. Evaluation method for selecting students for admission

In order to determine core qualities and basic academic skills necessary to receive an education in this School, the National Center Test for University Entrance Examination, individual achievement test and special selection examination are carried out.

4. Methods for selection and evaluation of learning achievements (◎: High weight ,〇: Low weight)

Because the Undergraduate Course of Ocean Sciences and Undergraduate Course of Marine Resources and Energy of which this school is composed have the common element that the marine environment and resources are extensively studied, the second choice between two undergraduate courses is admitted in the general entrance examination (first term schedule / second term schedule).

  • Special admission

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Short essay

Interview

Statement of purpose

School report

  • Admission for self-financed international students

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Individual achievement test

Interview

Results of the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students

Statement of purpose

Academic transcript

  • General entrance examination (first term schedule)

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National Center Test for University Entrance Examination

Individual achievement test

  • General entrance examination (second term schedule)

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National Center Test for University Entrance Examination

Individual achievement test

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