Introduction of Majors

Life Science

The undergraduate program in Life Science, the Future-oriented
study that tries to discover the mystery of lif, at wha Womans
University if aiming for producing younger generations of female
scientists, who will lead Natural Sciences and the related techno
logies nationally and intermationally

Life Science

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  • 1951 Department of Life Sciences established1982 Department of Life Sciences changed in affiliation from the College of Education to the College of Liberal Arts, and then to the College of Natural Sciences and a new location was established,. The department name was revised from the Department of Biology to the Department of Life Science to encompass a wider base of research that are in place. The department is composed of excellent body of faculty including members who are heads of numerous organizations and stand at the forefront of their respective fields.

Education Purpose and Goals

The undergraduate program in Life Science helps students foster curiosity and understanding about the mechanisms that govern and support life. The department prepares students to develop expertise in their respective areas of interest so that they may make significant contributions and grow to be important figures in society.

  1. To offer both broad fundamental subjects in the natural sciences and highly specialized subjects to cultivate expertise in a student’s special area of interest
  2. To stimulate intense study and provide experimental research experience opportunities so that students have the capacity to apply the knowledge gained in numerous tracks following graduation.
  3. To provide a select base of highly educated women who will serve society as leaders in science and technology fields.


Because modern biological science encompasses many fields – including medicine, pharmacology, theremmatology, genetics, and environmental engineering – and each field is in linked with theother in some way, our teaching philosophy is to provide a dynamic and varied academic curriculum that embraces both macroscopic and microscopic fields. Courses in cellular biology, developmental biology, molecular biology, genetics, microbiology, taxonomy, botany, animal and plant physiology, are just some of the general courses offered.
Furthermore, field work at sites around the nation, herb garden, and greenhouse further enhance students’ experience in their study of life science