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Curriculum

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Curriculum

 In accordance with Chapter 4 Article 23 of the Rules and Regulations of the Graduate School, "The minimum number of overall credits to be completed for the awarding of degrees is 28 for the Master's Program, 32 for the Doctoral Program, and 60 for the Integrative Program. The number of course credits and research credits to be completed in each degree is specified in the department bulletin." the School of Interdisciplinary Bioscience and Bioengineering has set the minimum number of credits of the Integrative Program at 60 (27 course credits and 33 research credits) and 32 for the Doctoral Program (18 course credits and 14 research credits).

The table below illustrates the curriculum and course credits in detail.

 In accordance with Chapter 13 Article 4 of the Rules and Regulations of the Awarding of Degrees of the Graduate School, "Those who do not compete the requirements for a doctoral degree are entitled to be awarded a master's degree after completing the degree requirements." the minimum number of credits for the awarding of the master's degree is 28 credits (21 course credits and 7 research credits).

Integrative Program on Doctoral Program
Integrative Program Doctoral Program
Research Credits 33 14
Mandatory courses
(6 credits)
* Frontiers in Interdisciplinary Biosciences
* Advanced Bioengineering
18 course
credits
(Mandatory
courses:
9 credits, Electives:
9 credits)
Mandatory
Electives
(More than
3 credits)
* Advanced Systems Biology
*Quantitative Theoretical Biology
* Biomechanics
Electives
(More than 18
credits)
Track 1 Track 2>
Biology Background Biology Background
Physics/Chem/Math/
Computer Science 12
credits Biosciences
6 credits
Engineering 12 credits Biosciences 6 credits
Physics/Chem/Math/
Computer Science
Background
Engineering
Background
Physics/Chem/Math/
6 credits Biosciences
12 credits
Engineering 6 credits
Biosciences 12 credits
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