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After students complete a minimum of 128 credits of course work, the degree of B.S. in Agricultural is conferred.


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


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


    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


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

    Click the red titles to see the content of courses.


    Required basic courses for undergraduate program.

    Freshman (28 credits in subtotal) Sophomore (27 credits in subtotal)
    Calculus (General Mathematics)(B)(1) Calculus (General Mathematics)(B)(2) General Physics (B)(1)   Analytical Chemistry (B)(1) Analytical Chemistry (B)(2) Analytical Chemistry Lab. (B)(1)
    3 (credits) 3 3 2 (credits) 2 1
    General Physics (B)(2) General Physics Lab. (1) General Physics Lab. (2) Analytical Chemistry Lab. (B)(2) Organic Chemistry (B)(1) Organic Chemistry (B)(2)
    3 1 1 1 3 3
    General Chemistry (A)(1) General Chemistry (A)(2) General Chemistry Lab. (1) Organic Chemistry Lab. (B)(1) Organic Chemistry Lab. (B)(2) Physical Chemistry (1)
    3 3 1 1 1 3
    General Chemistry Lab. (2) General Biology (1) General Biology (2) Physical Chemistry (2) Soil Science Soil Science Lab.
    1 2 2 3 2 1
    General Biology Lab. (1) General Biology Lab. (2) General Microbiology General Microbiology Lab.
    1 1 3 1
    Junior (15 credits in subtotal) Senior (2 credits in sub total)
    Statistics Environmental Chemistry Food Chemistry (Ⅰ) Seminar(1) Seminar (2)
    3 (credits) 2 2 1 (credits) 1
    Biochemistry (B)(1) Biochemistry (B)(2) Biochemistry Lab. (Ⅰ)
    2 2 2
    Plant Nutrition

    For Junior and Senior, advanced 6 credits are required in the division  chosen by each student, and 4 more credits are also required in other divisions (10 credits in subtotal).

    Soil and Environmental Sciences Plant Physiology and Chemistry
    Soil Chemistry Environmental Soil Physics Environmental Microbiology Natural Products Chemistry Plant Physiology Plant Tissue Culture
    2 (credits) 2 2 2 (credits) 2 2
    Microbiology and Biotechnology Bioresources Utilization
    Molecular Biology Bioinformatics Microbial Physiology Chemical Analysis of Biomaterials Laboratory Chemical Analysis of Biomaterials Food Chemistry (Ⅱ)
    2 (credits) 2 2 2 (credits) 2 2

    Elective courses for undergraduate program (16 credits are required for each student).

    Research Training (Ⅰ) Research Training (Ⅱ) 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
    Soil Physics Soil Physics Lab. Soil Chemistry Lab.   Fertilizer Chemistry Fertilizers Fertilizers Lab.
    2 (credits) 1 1 2 (credits) 2 1
    Fate of Organic Chemicals in the Soil Environment Special Topics on the Soil Genesis and Classification Soil Mineralogy   Plant Nutrient Lab. Nutrient Aquisition and Transport of Plants Methods of Plant Nutritional Status Diagnosis (Ⅰ)
    2 2 3 1 2 2
    Soil Mineralogy Lab. Soil Biochemistry Instrumental Methods of Soil Chemical Analysis   Methods of Plant Nutritional Status Diagnosis (Ⅱ) Plant Secondary Product Diagnosis of Plant Nutritional Status
    1 2 4 2 2 2
    The Application of Automation in Agricultural Chemistry (Ⅰ) Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements Soil Morphology and Classification   Laboratory of Plant Nutrition    
    2 2 (taught in English) 2 1    
    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        
    2 2 3      
    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 (Ⅱ) 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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