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Diploma Policies

 A student will have met the requirements of the course for graduation if they:

  • (1) have acquired the knowledge and skills to utilize and manage regional resources.
  • (2) have acquired the knowledge to improve and remedy regional environments.
  • (3) have acquired the knowledge and skills to evaluate and retain information on natural disasters.
  • (4) have acquired the skills and methodologies regarding agricultural production and environmental creation.
  • (5) possess the ability to work on research related to Environmental and Bioresource Engineering and to summarize it into a graduation thesis.

Curriculum Policies

 In order to achieve the educational goals of the course, we provide the following subjects in which students:

  • (1) acquire basic knowledge and logic related to Environmental and Bioresource Engineering.
  • (2) acquire knowledge and skills related to utilization and management of regional resources.
  • (3) acquire knowledge related to improvement and remediation of the regional environment.
  • (4) acquire knowledge and skills related to evaluating and disseminating information on natural disasters.
  • (5) acquire skills and methodologies on production of agricultural products and building of sustainable environments and societies.
  • (6) acquire data collection and analysis skills, and also the ability to summarize research results for presentations for the purpose of fostering practical capabilities.
  • (7) acquire research methodologies related to Environmental and Bioresource Engineering and write a graduation thesis in order to foster their problem solving capability.

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