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Global Human Resources Development Program

Admission

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 Admission Policy

    1. Educational philosophy and targets
     Global Human Resources Development Program sets the following as its educational philosophy and targets:
     (1) Training students to acquire basic knowledge on a broad range of fields in agricultural science, such as food, environment, resources and life.
     (2) Training students to develop abilities of comprehensive judgment and problem-solving with a broader perspective.
     (3) Training students to acquire deep, specialized knowledge of agricultural science, particularly in the fields of bioresources and biotechnology.
     (4) Training students to be human resources who are independent, creative and rich in personality and can contribute to regional and international societies through the knowledge on the specialized fields.
    2. Invited applicants
     The program invites applicants who:
     (1) Have a great interest in agricultural science, particularly in the fields of bioresources and biotechnology.
     (2) Have a global perspective.
     (3) Have high skills of English and communication.
     (4) Have a high motivation to study in the program.
    3. Screening policy
     Students are selected based on the following policy:
     (1) Applicants are evaluated for their characters such as eagerness, ability, aptitude and interest, through a multifaceted and synthetic system.
     (2) Applicants are selected in a fair and transparent way.

 Curriculum Policy

    1. Aims
     Global Human Resources Development Program sets its curriculum policy to accomplish the following aims:
     (1) Training students to acquire basic knowledge on a broad range of fields in agricultural science, such as food, environment, resources and life.
     (2) Training students to develop abilities of comprehensive judgment and problem-solving with a broader perspective.
     (3) Training students to acquire deep, specialized knowledge of agricultural science, particularly in the fields of bioresources and biotechnology.
     (4) Training students to be human resources who are independent, creative and rich in personality and can contribute to regional and international societies through the knowledge on the specialized fields.

    2. Curriculum-organizing policy
     (1) The curriculum of the program is drawn up in cooperation between the University of Miyazaki and the overseas partner university.
     (2) The program uses English as a basic language.
     (3) The program organizes courses of general education comprising introductory, challenges-discovering and bachelor’s ability-developing subjects so that students can acquire broad, deep culture and basic learning skills in the university.
     (4) The program organizes courses on the basics of specialized education in agricultural science so that students can acquire fundamental knowledge on food, environment, resources and life.
     (5) The program organizes courses in advanced specialized education focusing mainly on bioresources and biotechnology so that students can acquire deep, specialized knowledge on agricultural science.
     (6) The program sets up subjects which allow students to fulfill high ethical standards as a specialized expert.
     (7) The program sets up subjects such as graduation thesis to train students to be human resources who can analyze and solve problems through integration of acquired knowledge and skills and can contribute to regional and international societies in the fields of agriculture.

    3. Curriculum-implementation policy
     (1) The objective, overview, goal and evaluation standard and evaluation method of all courses are opened to students in the form of syllabus.
     (2) The program incorporates active-learning methods such as interactive classes, group work and presentations to allow students to develop independent thinking ability.
     (3) The program makes a fair and strict evaluation of students’ achievements based on the standards for assessing performance.
     (4) Students’ achievements during the whole schooling period are evaluated against the diploma policy (policy regarding recognition of completion and the awarding of degrees).

 Diploma Policy

 Students who have registered for a prescribed period, fulfilled the credit requirements and acquired the following will be recognized as having completed the Global Human Resources Development Program and will be awarded a degree (bachelor’s degree) by the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Miyazaki.
 (1) Basic knowledge on food, environment, resources and life.
 (2) Advanced expertise and techniques on bioresources and biotechnology.
 (3) High ethical standards as a specialized expert.
 (4) English skills of description, presentation and communication in the specialized fields of agriculture.
 (5) Internationality and problem-solving ability to cope with issues both regional and worldwide.

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