A Guide for High School Students 2020-2021

■:Compulsory Course ■:Compulsory Elective Course ■:Elective Course ■:Optional CourseFaculty of Science and Technology General Subject Courses, etc.Study basic subjects common to all departments and acquire basic knowledgeStudy basic subjects as well as materials and life sciences, and conduct experiments and exercises in various fieldsGive priority to studying interesting disciplines based on three key themesConduct graduation research as a culmination of what was studied for four yearsGeneral Studies and LanguageExperiments & Exercises● Chemistry Lab. ● Biological Science Lab. ● Physics Lab. ● Electrical and Electronic Engineering Lab.● Engineering & Applied Sciences Lab. ● Physical Chemistry Lab. ● Exercises in Mechanical System Design● Fundamentals of Modern Physics ● Basic Physics 2 ● Inorganic Chemistry (Analytical Chemistry) ● Organic Chemistry (Organic Molecules) ● Molecular Biology● Experiments & Exercises in  Basic Science● Materials and Life Sciences Lab.● Materials and Life Sciences Lab.● English for Science/Engineering● English for Science/Engineering● Chemistry Lab. ● Biological Science Lab.●Seminar●Graduation Research● Outline of Science & Technology ● Basic Chemistry ● Basic Biology ● Basic Physics ● Basic Informatics ● Materials and Life Sciences ● MathematicsThe original website of the Department of Materials and Life Scienceswww.mls.sophia.ac.jp/Department of Materials and Life SciencesLearning of Science and TechnologyWhat is the Department of Materials and Life Sciences?The Department of Materials and Life Sciences conducts scientific research on materials and life that exist in the natural world in order to create new materials, recycle natural resources, and develop new physical properties and functions. Students study different branches of learning, such as physics, chemistry, biology, environmental science, and materials engineering, in a comprehensive and interdisciplinary manner. Through this, they learn the basis of all materials, ranging from atoms/molecules to macromolecules/life, and use what they learn to promote the advancement of industries and protect the environment.CurriculumTeaching new ways to view materials and life that are in harmony with natureis section introduces the curriculum of the Department of Materials and Life Sciences and classes for specialized courses.First yearSecond yearThird yearFourth yearChemistry/Applied Chemistry● Structural Chemistry of Molecules ● Organic Chemistry of Heteroatoms ● Coordination Chemistry ● Analytical Separation ChemistryMaterials and NanotechnologyHarmonization of Life and EnvironmentCreation of Highly functional MaterialsKey ThemesLife/Environment● Pharmacology of Neural Signalling ● Neuroethology ● Cellular Neuroscience ● Plant biotechnologyMaterial/ Molecular Science● Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy ● Introduction to Material Sciences ● Laser Science ● Electroanalytical Chemistrys ● Physics of Atomic Collisions● Quantum mechanics 1 ● Quantum mechanics 2Chemistry/ Applied Chemistry● Organic and Natural Product Chemistry ● Environmental Analytical Chemistry ● Green Chemistry ● Bioinorganic ChemistryLife/ Environment● Developmental Biology ● Animal Morphology● Phylogeny & EvolutionMaterial/ Molecular Science● Radiation Physics and Chemistry ● Clean Combustion Science ● Theory-aided Molecular Design ● Biophysics ● Atmospheric ChemistryChemistry/ Applied Chemistry● Inorganic Functional Materials ● Polymer Chemistry ● Soft Matter ● Synthetic Organic Chemistry ● Catalysis ChemistryLife/ Environment● Plant physiology ● Biological Molecules & Energy Conversion ● Medical Engineering ● Cell BiotechnologyMaterial/ Molecular Science● Fine Polymer Chemistry ● Metallic & Electronic Materials ● Energy & Materials ● Solid Surface Science18

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