Program Outline

The Medical Science Division launched three new courses in 2008 to meet the demand for medical care team experts who can advance medical care safety and develop new medical technologies and for communications coordinators who can liaise between medical specialists and the general public.

The Master’s Program in Medical Sciences consists of three curriculums: the Medical Science, the Critical Path Research and the Medical Physics. Through basic and critical path research in the life sciences, students receive the training necessary to become researchers and technicians who will contribute to the advance of medical science. The Medical Science program prepares students to work in medical research and education and in the pharmaceutical, food, and other industries. The Critical Path Research program fosters students to work in the research and development of new pharmaceuticals or medical equipment as technicians, clinical research coordinators, or administrators. In the Medical Physics program, there are two main goals in education:1) Training of the professional medical staffs capable of supporting cancer therapy from the view of both medical diagnosis and treatment, 2) Training of the research staffs capable of researching and developing medical physics frontier. We train medical physicists, quality control specialists in medicine, and specialists developing medical equipments and technologies.

Program Outline



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