An undergraduate student at UNIST must major two specialties (tracks) during their study. Students select their specialties after their freshmen year. Students seeking particular track as their specialty should take 27 credits during their study. "SLS offers 2 specialties for undergraduate students: Biomedical Engineering, Biological Sciences"
Biomedical EngineeringBiomedical engineering (BME) aims to improve human health by applying advanced engineering principles and methods to medical and biological problems, such as disease diagnostics, health monitoring, treatment, and therapy. In order to meet the increased needs in healthcare, BME track at UNIST pursues to train creative global leaders through top-class interdisciplinary research and education programs. Our competitive research programs include biochips, biomedical devices, biomimetics, biomaterials, molecular imaging, tissue engineering, drug delivery, bio-robots and biomaterials and so on.
Biological SciencesGround-breaking research achievements in biological sciences such as the human genome project, stem cell research, innovative therapies in cancers, and age-related diseases highlight the potential of biological sciences to be one of the most promising areas in science. The Biological Sciences track aims to produce brilliant and creative scientific minds that are familiar with the principles of biology and the cutting-edge equipment available at the state-of-the-art facilities provided by UNIST. Researches in the Biological Sciences track at UNIST are focused on age-related diseases, neuroscience, stem cells and regenerative medicine.
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