Curriculum Information*

Required and Elective Courses

Courses

This institute’s core curriculum enables students to have a concrete understanding of scientific research. We expect students will have a through and intergrade understanding of basic research and experimental technique and be able to apply and utilize the knowledge in their basic research or in the clinical medical service.

Students have to take 33 credits for graduation, this includes required courses (core courses: 12 credits), required elective courses (15 credit) and theses (6 credits). They can also take other elective courses from any institute in the school depend on their interests and research. In addition, all students are required to present their theses in English in relevant medical association conference before they submit the graduation thesis application.

Required courses (core courses) include: Special topics on advanced immunology and Molecular Cell Biology and vaccinology

Required elective courses include: Herb/phytocompounds and Tumor immunology, Seminar, Scientfic writing , Biomedical statistics, Stem cells biology, Signal transduction, Nano-Biotechnology, Biotechnology in immunology , Nerve immunology, RNA biology, biomedical science.

Curriculum of Master Program

Required Course
Course Offerings Credit 1st Semester 2nd Semester 1st Semester 2nd Semester
Special topics on advanced
immunology
4 2 2    
Special topics on molecular cell biology 6 3 3    
Special topics on vaccinology 2 2      
M.S.Thesis 6       6

 

Elective Course
Course Offerings Credit 1st Semester 2nd Semester 1st Semester 2nd Semester
Seminar ( I II ) 4 1 1 1 1
Special lecture of biomedical science ( I II ) 3 1 1 1  
Seminar in nerve immunology 2 1 1    
Special topics for Biotechnology in immunology 2 2      
Stem cells biology 2 2      
Nano-biotechnology 3   3    
Special topics on herb/phytocompounds & immunology 2   2    
Special topics on tumor immunology 2   2    
Special topics on biomedical statistics 2   2    
Special topics on RNA biology 2   2    
Scientific writing 1     1  
Signal transduction 2     2  

 

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