Fusion of bioscience and information science
Applied electric circuit, scientific instrumentation, simulation engineering, data analysis, bioinformatics, biodynamics, basic biomedical engineering, communication engineering, applied optics, bioinformatics and data analysis, biocybernetics, basic biomechanics, applied physical properties engineering, basic nanotechnology, bioengineering and bioinformatics laboratory/exercise in bioengineering and bioinformatics, exercises in technical English, graduation thesis
Basic information science
Information theory, information mathematics, computer programming, computer engineering, signal processing
Basic electrical/electronic engineering,
Linear system theory, electronic device engineering, electric circuit, electronic circuit, electromagnetics, digital circuit
Biochemistry, cellular biology
Mathematics (differential/integration, linear algebra, statistics, information mathematics, applied mathematics), physics, chemistry, biology, English, foreign languages
The Bioengineering and Bioinformatics Course allows students to learn various subjects and acquire extensive knowledge.
- After mastering basic information science and basic electrical/electronic engineering, students learn relatively advanced specialized subjects including simulation engineering, data analysis,
- Without knowledge of biology, students can learn the basics of biological information including biochemistry, cellular biology, bioinformatics and biodynamics.
- Students deepen their understanding of basic rules and knowledge about information electronics through experiments and exercises, and how these rules and knowledge are used for the acquisition and analysis of gene and biological information through real-life experiences.
- Students can take elective subjects provided in other courses to obtain related knowledge depending on their learning situation.