Candidates for the B.S. degree must complete at least 128 credits in which 78 credits of department required courses must be included. Among these, 24credits from general education must be fulfilled. The remaining credits can be from elective courses offered by the department or other departments.
- Department required courses (78 credits)
1st year 2nd year 3rd year 4th year General Chemistry 2 Biostatistics 2 Bioinformatics 2 Molecular Genetics 3 General Chemistry Laboratory 1 Cell Biology 3 Developmental Biology 3 Biotechnology(II) 2 General Biology 6 Cell Biology Laboratory 1 Microbiology & Immunology 4 Seminar on Biomedical Sciences 2 Biology Laboratory 2 Biochemistry 2 Microbiology & Immunology Laboratory 2 Discussion in Literature 2 Biochemistry Laboratory 1 Seminar 2 General Physics 2 Physiology 4 Human Genetics 2 General Physics Laboratory 1 Physiology Laboratory 1 Neurobiology 3 Organic Chemistry I 2 Discussion in Literature(II) 2 Biotechnology(I) 2 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 1 Genetics 3 Computer information for Biomedical Science 2 Molecular Biology 3 Physical Education 2 Molecular Biology Laboratory 1 Biostatistics Practice 1 Biomedical Biochemistry 2 Physical Education 2
- Elective courses
1st year 2nd year 3rd year 4th year Human Biology 2 Introduction to Public Health 2 Cancer Biology 2 Practice in Biotechnology 3 Introduction to Research in Biomedical Sciences 2 Career Planning for Biomedical Students 2 Introduction to Proteomics in Biomedical Sciences 2 Principle of Bioinformatics 2 Anatomy & Histology 2 Research on Special Topics – Laboratory Practice 4 Evolution 2 Biotechnology and Life 2 Calculus 4 Mass Spectrometry for Drug Testing 2 Sequence Analysis and BLAST 2 Genetic Engineering 2 Calculations in Biomedical Sciences 2 Biomedical Cosmecuticals and Technology 2 Research on Special Topics – Laboratory Practice 4 Introduction to Pharmacology 2 Ecology 2 Human Genetic Laboratory 2 Bachelor Thesis 4 Introduction to Program and Database 2 Stem Cell Medicine 2 Introduction to Biomedical Sciences through Nobel Prize Laureates 2 Organic Chemistry II 1 Enzymology 2 Biotechnology and Life 2 Principle of Bioinformatics 2 Unit opertion experiment in Biotechnology 4 Introduction to Laboratory Animal Medicine 2 Introduction to Forensic Science 2 Molecular Mechanism of Aging 2 Introduction to Biopharmaceuticals 2 Introduction to Medicinal Chemiostry 2 Epigenetics 2
Candidates for the M.S. degree must complete at least 30 credits in which 12 credits of required core courses must be included. A qualified master thesis, in combination with oral exam, must be accomplished in 4 years to fulfill the graduation requirement.
- Department required or elective courses
Required or Elective Courses credits Required Master Thesis 6 Required Molecular Medicine 4 Required Molecular and Cellular Biology 4 Required Seminar in Biomedical Sciences (I) 2 Required Seminar in Biomedical Sciences (II) 2 Required Teaching Practice of biological Laboratory 0 Elective Advanced Genetics 3 Elective Bioinformatics Theories and Applications I 2 Elective Protein Structure, Function, and Drug Design I 2 Elective Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine 2 Elective Models in Biomedical Research I 2 Elective Study Method of Biotechnology 2 Elective Seminar in English 1 Elective Diagnostic Technique in Genetic Disorders 2 Elective Bioinformatics Theories and Applications II 2 Elective Protein Structure, Function, and Drug Design II 2 Elective Advance Cancer Biology and Therapy 2 Elective Models in Biomedical Research II 2 Elective Special Topics in Biomedical Sciences 2 Elective Molecular Evolution 2 Elective Tumor Immunology 2 Elective Seminar in Genetics I 2 Elective Seminar in Proteomics and Bioinformatics I 2 Elective Seminar in Cell Biology and Signal Transduction I 2 Elective Seminar in Cancer and Biotechnology I 2 Elective Seminar in Development and Neurobiology I 2 Elective Seminar in Genetics II 2 Elective Seminar in Proteomics and Bioinformatics II 2 Elective Seminar in Cell Biology and Signal Transduction II 2 Elective Seminar in Cancer and Biotechnology II 2 Elective Seminar in Development and Neurobiology II 2