The School of Art and Design offers an undergraduate program of art and design in four fields and fifteen study areas for the enrollment of 100 students, taking advantage of academic environment facing the frontier of science. It aims to educate professional artists, designers or researchers with wider knowledge and creativity. We expect the graduates to become advanced professionals capable of working in the international field of art and design in the future.
Based on the latest scientific research, the school strives to cultivate the ability of students to be excellent leaders who possess outstanding sports skills alongside attributes such as vitality, leadership, and a comprehensive knowledge of health, sports, and physical education. Within an intellectual atmosphere, the students learn various sports activities and theories of health and sport sciences. The school also strives to promote exchange programs with foreign universities.
The School of Human Sciences, which consists of the College of Education, the College of Psychology, and the College of Disability Sciences, provides students with a rich and vibrant interdisciplinary academic experience. Introductory courses in the three colleges are open to all students within the school, and each college encourages students to take some of the advanced classes.
The pursuit of learning in the fields of humanities and culture has accumulated extensive knowledge and obtained significant results. In response to increasing tendencies towards globalization throughout the world, our school aims to provide students with a comprehensive education that will enable them to play an active role in the international arena. Our goal is to nurture the next generation of distinguished individuals who will have strong communication skills, keen insight, creativity, and originality.
The School of Informatics is dedicated to research in informatics for the 21st century. The school is composed of three colleges: the College of Information Science, the College of Media Arts, Science and Technology, and the College of Knowledge and Library Sciences. Our school is creating leading professionals who deeply understand the science and technology of information, and who are qualified to work in the expanding network of information society.
The School of Life and Environmental Sciences comprises specialists working in a wide range of fields dealing with natural and managed environments. From agricultural and biological sciences, through environmental engineering, food processing, climatology and atmospheric science, paleontology, geology, and human geography, the School covers a broad range of basic and applied sciences.
The International Undergraduate–Education Program for Medical Scientists is offered to international students by the University of Tsukuba’s School of Medical Sciences. In this program, transferees enter the university as 3rd-year students and study for 2 years towards a Bachelor’s degree in medical sciences. Eligible students should have some basic knowledge of the medical or life sciences and wish to pursue a career in medical research.
In addition to its principal fields of science and engineering, the School of Science and Engineering includes several interdisciplinary fields that have been organized into six colleges: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering Sciences, Engineering Systems, and Policy and Planning Sciences. Our goal is to educate future professionals and to guide young talented researchers to demonstrate broad perspectives in exploring their creativity.
The School of Social and International Studies comprises the College of Social Sciences offering a specialist education in the general fields of social sciences, and the College of International Relations offering a more developmental and applied approach to social sciences.