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Graduate School of Horticulture

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648, Matsudo, Matsudo-shi, Chiba, 271-8510 Japan
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The Graduate School of Horticulture conducts education and research encompassing all aspects of “Horticulture, Food and Landscape” with interdisciplinary and international perspectives. With this aim, our education and research programs consist not only of natural sciences but also of social sciences and humanities, such as: cultivation, plant breeding, biotechnology of bioresorces, landscape design and engineering, human health and welfare, environmental science for sustainable cities and nature conservation, food system studies, and environmental and development economics. We offer a two-year Master’s program and a three-year Ph.D program. The Graduate School of Horticulture intends to attract best students in the field both domestically and internationally. In addition to daytime classes, we offer evening classes intended for part-time students with full-time jobs. The research fields of the Graduate School of Horticulture are as follows:

Master's & Doctoral Programs

Environmental Horticulture
Course Field
Bioresource Science

Horticultural Plant Production and Breeding

Environmental Science for Bioproduction
Applied Biological Chemistry
Environmental Science and
Landscape Architecture
Landscape Architecture
Landscape Science
Environment and Human Health Sciences
Food and Resource Economics Food System Analysis
Resource and Environmental Economics

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