Curriculum

College of Bioscience and Chemistry

Department of Applied Bioscience
Educational Objectives

In today's society there is a high demand for technological development based on life science that improves people's quality of life. Our department teaches bioengineering subjects such as the creation of new functional molecules, genetic engineering related to the analysis of genomes and genes, and brain science that involves the study of human actions and senses. We produce human resources with an understanding of fundamental life phenomena such as the synthesis of DNA and protein, fundamental functions of living things and the brain mechanism that controls senses and actions, who play a leading role in new industries using biological technologies.

Educational Objectives of Subjects

Department of Applied Bioscience

Basic Bioscience
Students learn about the structures and functions of cells and biomolecules, which are the fundamental units of life phenomena, as well as the mechanism that creates them and the flow of information.

Bioethics
Students learn about safety and ethics in the fields of bioscience and bioengineering to be able to identify risks and ethical problems, and present solutions.

Subjects

[1st year: 1st term (first semester)]
Introduction to Bioscience and Chemistry (Applied Bioscience)
[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Life and Safety
Academic Writing
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Data Analysis
[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Bioethics
Bioscience

Basic Bioengineering
Students learn the basics of areas of bioscience such as biology, physiology, biochemistry and genetics in order to discuss natural phenomena from a scientific and logical perspective. They also gain professional knowledge of applied bioscience, conduct experiments, and undergo practical training.

Subjects

[1st year: 1st term (first semester)]
Basic Biology
[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Structure and Function of the Cell
Molecular Biology
Organic Chemistry
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Cell Biology
[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Genetic Engineering
Biochemistry
[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Cell Engineering
Protein Engineering

Applied Bioengineering
Students learn about the bioengineering technology used to produce new functional molecules and mechanisms by imitating the structures and functions of living things, and put their skills into practice.

Subjects

[1st year: 2nd term (second semester)]
Introduction to Bioengineering
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Microbiology
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Food and Nutrition
[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Advanced Bioengineering

Basic Human Science
Students learn about the functions, senses, cognition and action mechanisms of the human body, as well as animal actions, in order to understand the information-processing mechanism of the brain that controls them.

Subjects

[1st year: 1st term (first semester)]
Structure and Function in Physiology
[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Neuroscience
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Sensory Information
[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Motor Function
Biomedical Instrumentation
[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Brain Science
Medical Engineering

Life Phenomena Analysis
Students acquire basic knowledge about various measurement methods as well as data analysis for life phenomena, and their application,. The knowledge they gain will enable them to use bioengineering technology for medicine and welfare.

Subjects

[1st year: 2nd term (second semester)]
Introduction to Biological Information
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Fundamental Bioinformatics
[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Advanced Bioinformation and Brain Sciences

Bioscience Analysis
Students hone their experimental skills in the fields of biochemistry, microorganisms, physiology, molecular biology, genetic engineering and organic chemistry, learn about the principles of experimental methods, and discuss the results of experiments.

Subjects

[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Basic Experiments and Practice in Bioscience and Chemistry A (Applied Bioscience)
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Basic Experiments and Practice in Bioscience and Chemistry B(Applied Bioscience)
[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Applied Bioscience Major Lab / Exercises A
[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Applied Bioscience Major Lab / Exercises B

Problem Solving
Students improve the knowledge and skills they have acquired in the basic and professional courses through experiments, practice and Design Project III. They also learn about methodology and proactive problem-solving.

Subjects

[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Preparatory Seminar for Design Project III
[4th year: 7th term (first semester) / 8th term (second semester)]
Design Project III
[4th year: 7th term (first semester)]
Multidisciplinary Practices for Applied Bioscience

Career Design
Students continue their self-development in order to improve their capacity to self-manage and achieve their goals, and draw up action plans for exploring their career path.

Subjects

[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Career Planning Seminar I
[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Career Planning Seminar II