Established in 2010, this innovative B.S. program aims to educate students with an extensive knowledge of human sciences in order to meet the increasing demands of the biopharmaceutical industry, and personal and translational medicine research.
(1)To have a good ability in foreign languages, a global perspective, and a basic ability to express oneself in scientific terms
(2)To have strong-rooted knowledge in basic science and an appropriate scientific attitude
(3)To have the ability to design and carry out experiments of Biomedical science, and analyze data
(4)To be able to employ methods of thinking in areas such as Engineering and the Humanities to explore topics in Medical Science
(5)To be familiar with professional knowledge in Medical Science and understand its development
The Department of Medical Science has over 20 faculty members with research and educational concentration in the following topics:
Genomics & Systems Biology, Developmental Genetics, Molecular Medicine, Microbiology & Immunology, Neurobiology, Cancer & Cell Biology, Translational Medicine
An additional 30 faculty members in the College of Life Science also participate in education of students in this department.