Bachelor Degree Programs

The University of Tsukuba offers a wide range of undergraduate degree programs taught in either Japanese or English.  Programs taught in English begin in October and accept many diverse qualifications for admission, allowing a smooth transition between high school and university for students with nontraditional educational backgrounds.  

Our English programs are taught by expert instructors from around the world, and attract a diverse group of students from both Japan and across the planet. Please note that only some programs are offered entirely in English.

Please click on the links below to learn about our courses.

Bachelor of Bio-resource Science / Agricultural Science

Our Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Program in Life and Environmental Sciences has a modular organization, which allows students to study a wide variety of subjects in early years, before specializing in one particular field in later years.

Taught in English & Japanese

Undergraduate Program

Bachelor of Science in Biology

The 21st century has been dubbed the "Century of Biology". Technological advances have led to a revolution in our understanding of the relatedness of living organisms, and to the development of new research fields seeking to understand the processes underlying organismal development. Meanwhile, our society faces a broad range of challenges in terms of both food and fuel security. All these research areas and more can be studied in our undergraduate degree program in biological sciences.

Taught in English & Japanese

Undergraduate Program

Bachelor of Science in Geoscience

The Earth is a unique planet full of water and life including human beings, and has a history of 4.6 billion years. Environmental protection has become a global and urgent topic, and people hope to use the earth system more effectively without destroying it. The College of Geoscience offeres English and Japanese programs to aquire the general knowledge and insight of the evolution of the Earth, the natural processes on the Earth, and the interactions between natural environments and human activities, which would be the basis for the development of sustainable society.

Taught in English & Japanese

Undergraduate Program