The Faculty of Science comprises five departments and in active in both education and research. It offers a diversity of programs ranging from introductory courses for absolute beginners, via multi-disciplinary subjects, to pioneering sciences and their applications for more advanced learners. The Faculty helps students become all-round scientists, experts and/or assets to the industry and communities.
Department of Mathematics and Informatics
Algebra, Geometry, Analysis, Applied Analysis, Probability and Statistics, Mathematical Informatics
Department of Physics
Elementary Particle Physics and Astrophysics, Quantum Many Body Physics, Condensed Matter Physics
Department of Chemistry
Fundamental Material Chemistry, Functional Material Chemistry
Department of Biology
Molecular and Cellular Biology, Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology
Department of Earth Sciences
Earth Interior Sciences, Earth Surface Sciences, Environmental Remote Sensing
Technical Reports of Mathematical Sciences, Chiba University (Published annually in English)
Studying natural science involves finding and solving the problems in our understanding of the universe, earth, life, materials, and so forth, in pursuing the truth and contributing the advance of our human society. Therefore, to be admitted into our undergraduate programs, the applicants must have:
- Strong interests in natural world and willingness to solve its scientific problems.
- Willingness to keep studying sciences and mathematics to a higher level.
- Passion to study natural sciences to contribute to our communities.