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Academics

Faculty

Faculty of Humanities, Law and Economics The Faculty of Humanities, Law and Economics provides expert instruction in a robust curriculum from an interdisciplinary perspective that exceeds established disciplines and emphasizes international awareness. It was established in April 1983 and comprises two departments, the Department of Humanities and the Department of Law and Economics.
Faculty of Education By fostering creativity and problem-solving abilities to take on various educational problems and environmental changes, the faculty fosters students with strong leadership skills through problems/issue-solving learning (PBL).
Faculty of Medicine The fundamental principle of the Faculty of Medicine is to address medical treatment with a firm sense of purpose and moral value, foster abundant creativity and research skills and develop medical professionals with a broad vision who can work to improve people's health and well-being.
Faculty of Engineering The curriculum focuses on the relationship between the faculty and the students and fosters students' development of leading-edge and creative vocational skills in science and technology, with the aim of fostering an in-depth view of nature, society and culture. In particular, through small-group instructions, practice, experiments and graduation research, students acquire indispensable skills which support world-class research that improves society. Students also develop the abilities to express themselves and to practice their craft needed to play an active role in society.
Faculty of Bioresources The Faculty of Bioresources is primarily associated with farming, fishing and forestry. The department seeks to sustain bioresources, conduct research regarding the roles and functions of living creatures and their relationship to their environment and teach students how to establish a recycling-oriented society that considers the development/utilization of bioresources and harmony with nature as well as how to solve global environmental issues.

Graduate School

Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences The Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences seeks to foster professionals with the flexibility to cope with growing complexity and diversification of modern society, and aims to develop researchers and professionals with creative intelligence and international perspectives.
Graduate School of Education This graduate course aims to foster individuals who will become active contributors to society through research/studies associated with issues in the educational field, along with extensive technical research related to human development and education.
Graduate School of Medicine The Graduate School of Medicine aims to foster individuals who work to advance medical and nursing science with abundant ingenuity and a sense of purpose. The school helps students to develop leadership in regional and international communities and contributes to the health and well-being of mankind by sharing its important research results with the world.
Graduate School of Engineering Contributing to the development and well-being of regional and international communities, this program develops students' fundamental abilities into those of an advanced professional engineer through professional engineering research based on interdisciplinary, creative and comprehensive perspectives.
Graduate School of Bioresources The Graduate School of Bioresources is an independent graduate course focused on the foundation of living resources. The Graduate School of Bioresources has first and second term doctoral programs for students who aspire to continue their studies after graduating from the undergraduate program.
Graduate School of Regional Innovation This school develops students who can assume leadership roles in the regional community, connected with regional industries centred in Mie Prefecture, and based on the larger industrial world and the academic-industry alliance model, to implement interdisciplinary research that is necessary to overcome growth constraints in the regional businesses.