NCKU Curriculum Map
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Familiarize students with the fundamentals of cell biology and with the application of this knowledge in addressing both basic and clinical research questions. By the end of the course, students would know the basics of fundamental cell biology and how to apply what they learn in addressing cell biology-related questions arising in the research field of their interest, including immunology, neuroscience, microbial pathology, tissue regeneration and cancer biology.

Course Goal
A. To equip students with updated knowledge, cutting-edge research skills, global views, and dynamic conceptions in molecular medicine
B. To guide students in the development of professional attitudes, self-motivations, critical perceptions, and competitive abilities to conduct independent and rigorous researches
C. To train the excellent new generations of scientists in molecular medicine for Taiwan and for the world
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
  • Good reading comprehension of scientific materials and excellent capabilities in applying professional knowledge
  • To train students to have good backgrounds in general and specialized fields and have global views of science
  • Abilities of updating and organizing innovative knowledge and demonstrating good communicational skills
  • To train students to learn efficiently and to apply their knowledge effectively
  • Problem-solving skills
  • To train students to become independent thinkers capable of conducting independent and innovative research in molecular medicine
    Courses of Recent Years
    Course Name
    (The name will link to the syllabus.)
    Credit Taught in English
    (Yes or No)
    0109/1 T161500 [IMM7103E]GENERAL CELL BIOLOGY 3.0 Y Chang, Chih-Peng,,Wang, Yang-Kao,Wang, Shainn-Wei,Chiang, Chi-Wu,Chiu, Wen-Tai,Teng, Ching-Hao,Chen, Yun-Wen,Huang, Po-Hsien