Curriculum model

The following models are regarded as a finishing concrete model. 

1. Introduction to Integrative Bioscience (Dept. Struct. Mol. Sci.)
2. Biomolecular Science (Dept. Funct. Mol. Sci.)
3. Training Course for Mathematical Biology (Dept. Basic Biol.)
4. Imaging Science (Dept. Physiol. Sci.)
5. Integrative Bioscience Series (All 7 Departments)
6. Introduction to Biomolecular Simulation (Dept. Struct. Mol. Sci. & Dept. Fuct. Mol. Sci.)
7. Integrative Evolutionary Studies (Dept. Evolutionary Studies of Biosystems)
8. Molecular Cell BiologyⅡ (Dept. Basic Biol., & Dept. Genetics)
9. Biological Thermodynamics (Dept. Struct. Mol. Sci., & Dept. Funct. Mol. Sci.)
10. Bioinformatics (Dept. Statistical Sci., Dept. Basic Biol., & Dept. Evolutionary Studies of Biosystems)
11. Biological Origin Theory (Dept. Basic Biol., Dept. Gentics, & Dept. Evolutionary Studies of Biosystems)
12. Mechano-systems Biology (Dept. Struct. Mol. Sci., Dept. Basic Biol., & Dept. Physiol.)
13. Quantitative Biology (Dept. Statistical Sci., Dept. Basic Biol., & Dept. Genetics)
14. Integrative Bioscience (All 7 Departments)

For students who are interested primarily in Theory and Simulations

1.Introduction to Integrative Bioscience, 3.Training Course for Mathematical Biology, 6.Simulation Science, 7.ntegrative Evolutionary Studies, 11.Origin Theory of Life, 13.Quantitative Biology, and 14.Integrative Bioscience.

For students who will study primarily Experimental aspects

1.Introduction to Integrative Bioscience, 2.Biomolecular Science, 4.Imaging Science, 8.Molecular Cell Biology, 9.Biological Thermodynamics, 12.Mechano-systems Biology, and 14.Integrative Bioscience.