Doctoral and Master’s courses in applied life science encompass future-oriented research areas related to life science, food science, and environmental science. The 2-year masters program offers five subject areas: Cellular Function in Animals, Symbiotic Social Systems of Life, Reproductive Chemistry of Food Resource Animals, Basic Food Science, and Development of Food Function. Our objective is to nurture professionals, researchers, and educators of animal science and food science. The doctoral course (lasting 3 years) offers a highly professional and global focus within applied life science, integrated into these five areas. Students in this course will further research in the areas of Reproductive Chemistry of Food Resource Animals, Animal Function, Development of Food Function, Applied Food Chemistry, and Symbiotic Social Systems of Life. Working members of the society will also have the opportunity to join the course as recurrent education.
Global changes in the natural environment have made it difficult to sustain the food/feed supply system, which is an essential resource for human populations. Therefore, we need to explore these solutions both globally and at the local level. Furthermore, we would like to support the development of advanced specialists, such as Applied Life Scientists, in future generations.
April 1st, 2023