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In the Master program, students must complete a minimum of 24 credits of course work and thesis (which is approved before a 3 to 5 member thesis committee in a 2 to 4 year period) to be awarded the degree of M.S. in Agriculture.

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In the Doctoral program, students must complete a minimum of 18 credits of course work and a thesis (which is approved before a 5 to 9 member thesis committee in a 2 to 7 year period), to receive the degree of Ph. D. in Agriculture.

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For the sake of offering programs for Master and Ph.D., our teaching and research activities are introduced into four divisions as described below.

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Soil and Environmental Sciences

  • Environmental reservation

  • Soil Pollution Survey and Remediation

  • Soil Genesis and Classification

  • Soil Quality Assessment

  • Forest Ecosystem

  • Nutrient Cycling and Soil Management

  • System Simulation of Soil Properties

  • Contaminant Monitoring

  • Soil Mineral Synthesize and Application

  • Soil Biochemistry and Soil Enzyme

  • Pesticide Chemistry and Environmental Effect

  • Plant Physiology and Chemistry

  • Mechanism of Nutrient and Contaminant Uptake by Crop

  • Soil Fertility, Plant Nutrient and Soil Management

  • Organic Fertilize Production and Application

  • Organic Agriculture

  • Nutrient Cycling of Agricultural Ecosystem

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    Microbiology and Biotechnology

  • Biochemistry

  • Lipid Chemistry

  • Microbial and Bacteria Physiology

  • Molecular Biology

  • Biotechnology

  • Bioresources Utilization

  • Food Science and Technology

  • Microbial Utilization

  • Cereal Chemistry and Processing

  • Carbonhydrate

  • Microbes and Ferment

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    Courses taught in English are shown in red and more courses will be added in the near future.

    Click the red titles to see the content of courses.

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    Required basic courses for graduate program.

    Master Ph. D.
    Thesis (M.S.) Seminar Research Training () @ Dissertation (PH. D.) Seminar Research Training ()
    6 (credits) 1 2 12 1 2
    Research Training () Soil Fertility () Soil Fertility () Research Training () Research Training () Research Training ()
    2 2 2 2 2 2
    Organic Analysis Organic Analysis Lab.
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    Elective courses for graduate program (both Master and Ph. D.)

    Normal
    Research Training () Research Training () Inorganic Analysis @
    2 (credits) 2 2
    Inorganic Analysis Lab. Organic Analysis Organic Analysis Lab.
    1 2 1

    Soil and Environmental Sciences Plant Physiology and Chemistry
    Fate of Organic Chemicals in the Soil Environment Special Topics on the Soil Genesis and Classification Soil Mineralogy @ Nutrient Aquisition and Transport of Plants Methods of Plant Nutritional Status Diagnosis () Methods of Plant Nutritional Status Diagnosis ()
    2 2 3 2 2 2
    Soil Mineralogy Lab. Soil Biochemistry Instrumental Methods of Soil Chemical Analysis @ Plant Secondary Product Diagnosis of Plant Nutritional Status Laboratory of Plant Nutrition
    1 2 4 2 2 1
    The Application of Automation in Agricultural Chemistry () Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements Soil Morphology and Classification @ @ @ @
    2 2 (taught in English) 2 @ @ @
    Environmental Enzymes Soil Pollution Chemistry Agricultural Pesticides @ @ @ @
    2 2 2 @ @ @
    Environmental Soil Mineralogy Environmental Soil Mineralogy Lab. Transport and Fate of Soil Pollutants @ @ @ @
    3 1 2 (taught in English) @ @ @
    Survey and Remediation of Contaminated Soils Soil and Environmental Quality Fundamentals of Land Pollution @ @ @ @
    2 (taught in English) 2 (taught in English) 2 @ @ @
    Pesticide Chemistry Clay Colloidal Chemistry The Surface Chemistry of Soils @ @ @ @
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    Soil Chemistry Analysis Soil Physical Chemistry Soil Survey Genesis and Classification @ @ @ @
    2 2 (taught in English) 3 (taught in English) @ @ @
    Microbiology and Biotechnology Bioresources Utilization
    Environmental Microbiology Lipid Chemistry Molecular Genetics of Bacteria @ Food Processing Food Chemistry () Cereal Material and Processing
    2 2 2 3 2 3
    Biochemistry of Free Radicals Microbial Physiology @ @ Bioresource Chemistry Carbonhydrate Chemistry and Application Isolation and Purification of Natural Bioproducts
    2 2 @ 2 2 2

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