During the first two years, the undergraduate program focuses on core curriculum, introductory medical science, and basic nutrition. In the junior and senior years, the emphases switch to various subjects in advanced nutrition, food science, and biological application, including molecular nutrition, functional foods, food hygiene and safety, food processing, and biotechnology. Students may choose a whole spectrum of electives based on their interests. Additionally, the School offers courses to incorporate traditional Chinese medicine into Western nutrition practice. Students also have internship opportunities to gather practical training experiences in research institutions, hospitals, or food companies. Furthermore, students are eligible for the Registered Dietitian exam in Taiwan.