Food and Forest University of Tsukuba
This course introduces crop plants, domestic animals and trees and their products in relation to culture, society, economy and environment.
Students will be engaged in achieving adaptability and practical power to explore the global problems concerning environment, energy, and food, etc. by learning Food and Forest.
In addition, Students will be able to gain ability to take approaches to solve the local and world environmental, energy and foods problems by learning Food and Forest.
2. Ability for critical and creative thinking
4. Broad Perspective and international character
Students must attend the class more than 60% of attendance. In addition, students must take final exam and submit a report.
A. Final Exam (60%)...Understanding the topics, application ability,
B. Final Report (20%)...thinking skills, Analytical Skills, Reasoning skills
C. Class Attitude (20%)...Critical Thinking, active involvement
Online Course Requirement
Kang Seung Won
Lecture is conducted in English.
JTP. Online(Asynchronous) As discussed at Week 1
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Seung Won Kang
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the syllabus provided by the university