1st Grade
Basic Subjects: Study of General Science
What is Science?
Mathematics? Physics? Chemistry? Biology? Or Geoscience? Science includes all these subjects. Students learn all subjects at Faculty of Science to get a broad perspective on science.

Course for Mathematical Sciences
  • Calculus I
  • Calculus II
  • Linear Algebra I
  • Linear Algebra II
Course for Physical Sciences
  • General Physics
    (General Physics IA, General Physics IIA or General Physics IB, General Physics IIB)
  • Elementary Experiments of Physics
Course for Chemistry
  • General Chemistry I
  • General Chemistry II
  • Elementary Experiments of Chemistry
Course for Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • General Earth Science I
  • General Earth Science II
  • Elementary Experiments of Earth Science
Course for Biological Sciences
  • General Biology (General Biology IA, General Biology IIA or General Biology IB, General Biology IIB)
  • Elementary Experiments of Biology

In principle, all students of Faculty of Science learn basic subjects. Science group classes depend on course record at high school.
2nd Grade
Common Subjects: Introduction to Specialized Subjects
Course for Mathematical Sciences
  • Differential Equations
  • Complex Functions
  • Set and Real Numbers
  • Linear Mathematics
  • Computer Science
Course for Physical Sciences
  • Fundamental Mechanics
  • Topics in the Electromagnetism
  • Basic Experiments of Physics
Course for Chemistry
  • Fundamental Physical Chemistry
  • Fundamental Inorganic Chemistry
  • Fundamental Organic Chemistry
  • Fundamental Analytical Chemistry
  • Basic Experiments of Chemistry
Course for Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Earth System Sinence
  • Introduction to Geology
  • Introduction to Petrology and Mineralogy
  • Basic Experiments of Earth Science
Course for Biological Sciences
  • Biology of Biodiversity
  • Molecular Biology
  • Cell Biology
  • Cellular Physiology
  • Basic Experiments of Biology

Common subjects are elective

We have "tutor system". Students meet the tutor at regular intervals to discuss curriculum design, program selection in the future and courses.
"tutor system"
This is an educational support system. Each Faculty of Science teacher takes care of three new students to discuss curriculum guidance, study and career options etc. this could be put in a better place, it looks strange here.

3rd, 4th Grade

Students select a course of study, and take specialized physics classes designed to increase their knowledge of that field.

Students choose one of the following major courses to focus on from their third year. In each course, students create a completion plan and follow it step-by-step while increasing their knowledge of that specialty field.
The shortest period for completion of a course of study is four years. From 2009, students are no longer permitted to attend the university for a period longer than six years.

Course for Mathematical Sciences
  • Model of Mathematics
Course for Physical Sciences
  • Model of Fundamental Physics
Course for Chemistry
  • Model of Chemistry
Course for Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Model of Earth Materials Science
  • Model of Earth and Environmental History
  • Model of Earth and Planetary Physics
Course for Biological Sciences
  • Model of Cell Biology
  • Model of Biology of Biodiversity
Pursuing additional studies in the specialized field
Continuing on to Graduate School
Over half of our undergraduate students continue their studies in graduate school, where they engage in specialized research in their respective fields. Students can choose the following degrees and courses, based on their relevant experience as an undergraduate.

Master's Course Science
  • Course for Physical Sciences
  • Course for Chemistry
  • Course for Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Course for Biological Sciences

Doctoral Course Science
  • Department of Physics
  • Department of Chemistry
  • Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Department of Biological Sciences
  • Department of Mathematics