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For Master Program

  1. The master program is a one-to-four-year course. Minimum credits required for graduation is 34 credits, including 8 credits from required courses, 20 credits from elective courses and 6 credits of master's thesis research.
  2. Each group should to take at least one Core Course.
  3. The courses of Laboratory safety, Research ethics, Lecture on Modern Biomedicine, and Molecular medicine are required by the school to be completed in master program.
  • “Laboratory safety”– A school-level required course in the Master’s Program and Doctoral Program with 0 credits; however, the Graduate Institute of Nursing, Master’s Program in the Department of Health Services Administration, and Division of Medical Classics & Medical History in the Master’s Program and Doctoral Program in the School of Chinese Medicine shall not be subject to this limitation; the Master’s Program and Doctoral Program in Department of Public Health shall meet the relevant stipulations of various fields in the Recognition List of Graduation Credits. (2)
  • “Research Ethics”- A school-level required course in the Master’s Program and Doctoral Program with 0 credits
  • “Molecular medicine”- A college-level required course taught in English in the Master’s Program and Doctoral Program with 4 credits. The College of Public Health may offer “Epidemiology”, and the College of Humanities and Sciences may offer relevant courses instead.
  • The confirmation form of graduation credits for 107 school year(August 2018-July 2019)

 

For Doctoral Program

  1. The doctoral program is a two-to-seven-year course. Minimum credits required for graduation is 31 credits, including 11 credits from required courses, 8 credits from elective courses and 12 credits of doctoral thesis research.
  2. Each group should to take at least one Core Course.
  3. The courses of Lecture on modern biomedicine、Research ethics、Laboratory safety and Molecular medicine are required to be completed in doctoral program.
  • “Laboratory safety” – A school-level required course in the Master’s Program and Doctoral Program with 0 credits; however, the Graduate Institute of Nursing, Master’s Program in the Department of Health Services Administration, and Division of Medical Classics & Medical History in the Master’s Program and Doctoral Program in the School of Chinese Medicine shall not be subject to this limitation; the Master’s Program and Doctoral Program in Department of Public Health shall meet the relevant stipulations of various fields in the Recognition List of Graduation Credits. (2)
  • “Research Ethics” - A school-level required course in the Master’s Program and Doctoral Program with 0 credits
  • “Lecture on Modern Biomedicine” - A school-level required course in the Doctoral Program with 4 credits.
  • “Molecular medicine” - A college-level required course taught in English in the Master’s Program and Doctoral Program with 4 credits. The College of Public Health may offer “Epidemiology”, and the College of Humanities and Sciences may offer relevant courses instead.
  • The confirmation form of graduation credits for 107 school year(August 2018-July 2019)