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To cultivate high-level medical examiners and cutting-edge biotechnology researchers, the Institute of the Department pays special attention to the combination of knowledge conservation and innovative thinking. In terms of curriculum, in addition to covering advanced medical testing, advanced biotechnology, and other courses, it also attaches great importance to the cultivation of high-end researchers and innovative R&D knowledge. The relevant course requirements are as follows: The minimum graduation credits for the master's program of the department are 24 credits, including 0 credits required for school, five credits for compulsory courses, and at least 19 credits for elective courses. The courses are divided into "Practical" and "Research." Students can take classes according to their own research needs.

2021 Master Program

2020 Master Program