Division Subject Credit
Required  Introduction to Bio IT Materials 3
 Colloquium on Bio IT Materials 3
 Research Seminar for the Graduate Course I 3
 Research Seminar for the Graduate Course II 3
Selective  Inorganic Medicine 3
 Application of Inorganic Chemistry 3
 Topics in Molecular Biology 3
 Bioinorganic Chemistry 3
 Application of Bioinorganic Chemistry 3
 Topics in Biochemistry 3
 Topics in Cell Biology 3
 Computational Intelligence and Its Applications 3
 Cryptography Theory and Applications 3
 Uniquitous Computing 3
 Advanced Artifical Intelligence 3
 Information Security 3
 Advanced Future IT 3
 Fuzzy Control Systems 3
 Advanced Health Functional Food 3
 Studies in Advanced Food Science 3
 Food Instrumental Analysis Laboratory 3
 Introduction of Food Biotechnology 3
 Current Topics in Food Science 3
 Nutritional Physiology 3
 Advanced Nutrigenomics 3
  • Introduction to Bio IT Materials
    This course introduces converging science and technology, and provides an overview of basic theories and application in bio IT materials.
  • Colloquium on Bio IT Materials
    In In this course, each student will present a recent article focusing the acquisition of knowledge in the area of bio IT materials. The students are expected to acquire skills for the comprehensive presentation of research activities. Also, this course familiarizes students with the latest trends in converging science and technology with seminars given by prominent invited speakers.
  • Research Seminar for the Graduate Course of Study I
    This is an independent study to prepare a creative and quality thesis in bio IT materials by selecting pertinent topics under the supervision of the individual’s thesis advisor. This course also fosters systematic research through individual studies and presentations of research plans.
  • Research Seminar for the Graduate Course of Study II
    In this course, students introduce their thesis/dissertation topics along with their research design and contents. Through cross-disciplinary presentation and discussion, students learn to enhance the quality of their research and to enlarge their scope and understanding beyond their disciplinary boundaries.
  • Inorganic Medicine
    This course presents the synthesis, application and functional mechanism of inorganic medicine
  • Application of Inorganic Chemistry
    This course present the synthesis of inorganic compounds as well as their application.
  • Topics in Molecular Biology
    This course presents DNA replication, transcription, and regulation of gene expression in eukaryotes. The current molecular biology research will be introduced.
  • Bioinorganic Chemistry
    This This course demonstrates a variety of metal ions and their functions through various metalloproteins.
  • Application of Bioinorganic Chemistry
    This course demonstrates the development and application of a variety of biomimetic catalysts, in order to study biomimicreactivities and functions of metalloenzymes.
  • Topics in Biochemistry
    This course presents primary metabolic and biosynthetic pathways as well as the function and regulation of enzymes. The current biochemical research will be introduced.
  • Topics in Cell Biology
    This course presents the dynamic relationship between cellular organelles and biochemical reactions that are necessary for development, growth, and survival of eukaryotic cells. The current cell biology research will be introduced.
  • Computational Intelligence and Its Applications
    Introducing concepts, models, algorithms, and tools for development of intelligent systems. Example topics include soft computing (neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary computing, etc.), hybridizations of the above techniques, and their applications in engineering, medicine, and service industry.
  • Cryptography Theory and Applications
    In this course, we will study cryptography theory and practice for applied security. In particular, we will discuss various aspects of cryptography such as symmetric key cryptosystem, public key cryptosystem, hash function, etc. and security protocol including digital signature, public key certificate, SSL/TLS and so on. In addition, we will discuss recent research trends of cryptography through journals, magazines, technical reports, and more.
  • Ubiquitous Computing
    Ubiquitous computing is an advanced computing concept where computing is made to appear anywhere and anywhere. In contrast to desktop computing, ubiquitous computing can occur using any devices, in any locations, and in any formats. In addition, we will discuss recent research trends of ubiquitous computing through journals, magazines, technical reports, and so on.
  • Advanced Artificial Intelligence
    This course will present advanced topics in Artificial Intelligence (AI). The course covers advanced theoretical and technical issues in artificial intelligence. The students should obtain advanced theoretical knowledge and technical skills on the topics covered in the course. The course will enable students to carry out advanced research projects on topics within artificial intelligence and apply the knowledge to complex intelligent system design and development.
  • Information Security
    In this course, we will discuss core concepts of information security including as Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability (CIA), and additional security services – authentication, authorization, non-reputation, etc. In addition, we will study applied information security for hardware, software and communications including information security industry standards, mechanisms of protection and prevention from attackers.
  • Advanced Future IT
    In this course, we will discuss concepts, characteristics, research background, application services, and so on for core technologies of future IT such as mobile multimedia, IoT, argument reality, trust computing, cloud computing, big data, social networks, pervasive computing, etc. In addition, we will discuss recent research trends of future IT through journals, magazines, technical reports, and so on.
  • Fuzzy Control Systems
    This course introduces the students to the fundamental knowledge, theories and engineering applications of fuzzy logic systems. It includes the principles of fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic and the development of fuzzy inference and its application to the design of fuzzy control systems.
  • Advanced Health functional Food
    This course will cover the definitions and regulations of health functional food including the principles for the evaluation of safety and efficacy.
  • Studies in Advanced Food Science
    This course will review food science and the chemistry and biochemistry of food components and their changes during processing.
  • Food Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
    This course will introduce tests used by food analysis for functional molecules. Emphasis will be on understanding and using good analytical techniques including gravimetric, volumetric, chromatographic, and spectrophotometric methods.
  • Introduction to Food Biotechnology
    This course will provide a general overview of food biotechnology and basic knowledge and background about biotechnology. Students will be informed about the direction of future development of food biotechnology and safety.
  • Current Topics in Food Science
    This course will cover a critical evaluation of recent literature on food science and technology.
  • Nutritional Physiology
    This course will cover the nutrient metabolism and physiological process including homeostasis and regulation on cellular and molecular levels.
  • Advanced Nutrigenomics
    This course will cover the understanding of nutritional genomics and the effects of foods and food constituents on gene expression.