Curriculum of the Bioinformatics Course

Provides education and research opportunities for fostering researchers and engineers who can play an active role in software companies, pharmaceutical and food companies, medical equipment manufacturers, general electrical manufacturers, and electrical and energy companies.

  • Freshmen and sophomores take not only subjects related to bioinformatics but also those related to information, electricity, and electronics, to give them an understanding of the principles of computers, among others.
  • Sophomores and juniors take subjects such as "molecular biology" and "bioinformatics", which are prerequisite to an understanding of bioinformatics.
  • Practical subjects for sophomores not only provide training in computer programming but also enable students to conduct genetic engineering experiments themselves to learn how the data used in bioinformatics is produced.
  • For the graduation work to be done by seniors, more practical computer programs are implemented, which are then used to perform analysis of biomedical information, and the result is verified with genetic engineering experiments.