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This course curriculum has the following characteristics and it has been prepared for each student to make the most suitable study plan with the advice of faculty members.

To carry out environmental research in common, shared sea areas through the use of training and research vessels and internships in corporations related to the environment, international and coproduction training will be established in the marine environment and energy areas.

Expected professionals trained in the program

Highly qualified professionals who possess specialist science and technology knowledge in the fields of marine environmental conservation, restoration and clean energy use as well as a good understanding of the marine industries in Japan, China and Korea (obtained through coproduction) and who will, therefore, be well-equipped to act as environmental mediators in the Asian region in the future.

  1. Development of human resources with management ability (planning, drafting, implementation and evaluation) and an understanding of both resource development and environmental issues, obtained through lectures covering a wide range of subjects in a diverse curriculum.
  2. Construction of an international information and human resources network in the environment and energy areas, through the involvement of research consortia and corporations acting cooperatively.
  3. Environmental conservation and restoration, and the sustainable use of energy related to marine areas shared between Japan, China and Korea, using the human resources and networks mentioned above.