Master Program

  • Students have to complete 30 credits (including 6 credits for required courses, 18 credits for division core courses and elective courses and 6 credits for thesis).
  • Students must fulfill 24 credits, including required courses, core courses and elective courses in order to submit graduation application.
  • Students must participate in conference at least once before graduation application. Format can be either oral or poster presentations at the conference and students must be the first author of the poster and presenting their own, original work. Students may waive this requirement with advisor’s consent if publishing research may affect the patent application.

Required Courses: (6 credits)

  • Seminar (4 credits, 1 credit each semester)
  • Contemporary Research Techniques in Biomedical Sciences (2 credits)

 

Core Courses for Each Division and Further Details: Download

 

 Elective Courses (taught in English)

Time Course Credits
Fall session Special Lecture for English Presentation (I) 2
Fall session Genomics 1
Fall session Foundation of Molecular and Cellular Biology 2
Fall session Advanced Training for Biomedical Research (I) 3
Fall session

Special topics in Health Care Research Methods

(offered by Department of Healthcare Administration and Medical Informatics, College of Health Sciences)

2
Spring session Proteomics 1
Spring session Special Lecture for English Presentation (II) 2
Spring session Advanced Genomics 2
Spring session Special Topics in Medical Biostatistics (including practice) 3
Spring session Advanced Training for Biomedical Research (II) 3

 

 


Ph.D Program

Students have to complete 30 credits (including 14 credits for required courses, 4 credits for elective courses and 12 credits for thesis).

 

Required Courses:

  • Advanced Molecular and Cellular Biology (3)
  • Translational Medicine (3)
  • Application of Biotechnology in Research (2)
  • Seminar (4)
  • Topics in Medical Research (2)
  • Seminar (0) (Students with basic medicine background)

 

Elective Courses (taught in English)

Time Course Credits
Spring session Practice and Application of Instruments 2
Spring session Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular Pharmacology 3
Spring session Special Topics in Advanced Immunology 4

Fall session

(new in 2016)

Research Trends of Tropical Medicine 1 1

Fall session

(new in 2016)

Medical Entomology and Vector Control 1

Fall session

(new in 2016)

Advanced Topics on Tropical Medicine 2

Spring session

(new in 2017)

Research Trends of Tropical Medicine 2 1

Spring session

(new in 2017)

Field Study of Tropical Medicine 2

 

Further Details: Download

 

 

 

 

 

2015.09.10 updated  (P)

 

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