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Master's course
Upon acceptance into the two-year master's program, students will study the areas of climate change, water and waste management and others.
For the purpose of expanding their knowledge of their selected study area, students will enroll in lectures and seminars provided by the Graduate School of Environmental Studies (Department of Environmental Engineering and Architecture) and the Graduate School of Engineering (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering). Also students can take related lectures offered at the Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, the Graduate School of International Development, etc. Special lectures and seminars are also provided through active contribution from prominent outside specialists as well as faculty staff. The lecture topics are cross-thematic and include, for example, "environmentally responsible product research and development" and "corporate environmental management systems," through which students can acquire advanced knowledge on environmental technologies and policy-making.

Students enter into training or an internship at companies, local governments, or international organizations in order to gain further knowledge and practical experience in the selected study area.

Master Thesis
The master's thesis of each student will be a research work dedicated to studying and solving the present needs of developing countries. Data collection and analysis through domestic and overseas field surveys will be an important process of making master's thesis. Program students are required to compose their master's thesis in English.
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