Pharmacists increasingly require highly specialized knowledge
as well as a profound sense of culture
and excellent human characteristics to support the knowledge attained.
Our University has a College of Humanities, College of Science and Engineering, and Graduate School, thus enabling students to experience both a basic and cultural education with fully engaged professors. Through the wide-ranging curriculum in combination with other colleges, students can gain the skills needed by highly specialized pharmacists such as in linguistic and psychological subjects to enhance communication with patients and in computer-related subjects taught by information specialists.