Earth and Planetary Sciences
How have space, planets, the Earth,
and life evolved?
Nature is a complex spatiotemporal phenomenon, from the nanoscale to the terascale. In order to understand this scientifically, in Earth and Planetary Sciences, mathematics, physics, and chemistry are placed on the x-axis, theories, experimental observations, and field research are placed on the y-axis, and the Earth, planets, space, and life are placed on the z-axis. This allows each individual to find an intersection point made up of areas that interest him or her the most, and furthermore, allows a wider area of study to be covered.
Developing an understanding of the Earth / Universe
Based on Cutting-Edge Science
We aim to cultivate individuals who have the basic academic ability to scientifically understand the various complex phenomena related to the Earth, planets, and space.
- Those who have a strong curiosity to understand how the natural world works
- Those who are determined to understand the natural world scientifically
- Those who have sufficient academic ability to learn at university level
- Those who are able to communicate effectively with other students and teachers
- The basic academic ability required for understanding phenomena related to the Earth, planets, and space
- The drive to examine and understand things scientifically when facing complex phenomena
- Scientific literacy that allows engagement in social activities with a global and scientific perspective