Graduate Program in Bioclinical Sciences (International Program)
 

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 Master of Science Program in Bioclinical Sciences
Education Plan
   The Master of Science in Bioclinical Sciences is a full-time international curriculum. This study program covers two semesters and is conducted in English. Two education plans are available:
    Plan A1
    This education plan is focused on a research as thesis. Attendance in formal lectures and course program in the classroom is not required.
    Plan A2
    This education plan requires both attendance in formal lectures and course program in the classroom to meet credit requirements, as well as the conduct of a research project as thesis.
Major Study Areas
    Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
    Assisted Reproductive Technology
    Molecular Biology
    Microbiology and Immunology
    Pharmacology and Toxicology
    Epidemiology
    Drug Discovery and Development
    Nanomedicine
 
 Doctor of Philosophy Program in Bioclinical Sciences
Education Plan
   The Doctor of Philosophy Program in Bioclinical Sciences is a full-time international curriculum. This study program covers two semesters and is conducted in English. Two education plans are available:
    Plan 1
    This education plan is focused on research wherein students are required to conduct a research project as a dissertation and learn new knowledge which may be acquired from several sources including structured courses and other academic activities which are, however, not credited.
    Plan 2
    This education plan is also focused on research, but is more coursework-intensive than Plan 1. Students will need to develop a qualified research project with good performance in classes and experience in seminar and public presentation. Credit requirement as specified in the course curriculum is applied to students enrolled in this study plan.
Major Study Areas
    Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
    Assisted Reproductive Technology
    Molecular Biology
    Microbiology and Immunology
    Pharmacology and Toxicology
    Epidemiology
    Drug Discovery and Development
    Nanomedicine
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