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Master's program

Course Regulations and Information for Master’s Students
 
1. The study period is from 1 to 4 years. Students must complete 24 credit hours (not including thesis) including 14 compulsory and 10 elective credit hours, pass thesis oral defense, and submit a thesis before graduation within 4 years.
2. The compulsory courses include Seminar (2 credit hours, but required in every semester), Biotechnology Core Techniques (BCT, 4 credit hours), Management and Analysis in the Biotechnology Industry (MABI, 2 credit hours), Biotechnology Applications and Industrial Strategies (BAIS, 2 credit hours), and other M or D courses offered by our institute (6 credit hours). For MABI and BAIS courses, students only need to complete one of them. If students have taken BCT course during their undergraduate school, they can take U, M, and D courses offered by NTU as the alternative.
3. For the elective courses, students can take any U, M, and D courses offered by NTU. Please note that the total credit hours of Seminar can only be counted for 2.
4. English requirement: the regulation for Master’s students follow the terms of “NTU Implementation Measures for Advanced English Courses”? Students who complete the Online English for Postgraduates II (Adveng7002) or above and do not count the credits in graduation credits can pass the requirement.
 
Students who are not from Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom, or United States of America must complete the Online English for Postgraduates II(Adveng7002) or above or apply for waiver before graduation.
 
5. Students should decide their thesis advisor who must be the faculty of our institute before the second week of the first semester, and submit the document to institute office.
 
Course Regulations and Information for PhD Students
 
1. Students must complete 20 credit hours (not including thesis) including 16 compulsory and 4 elective credit hours, pass thesis oral defense, and submit a thesis before graduation.
 
2. For Qualifying exam, students must submit their application form before 7/31 for the first semester, and 1/31 for the second semester. The regulations for the examine is listed in 資格考時程表.
3. For thesis oral defense, students must submit their application form before 11/30 for the first semester, and 4/30 for the second semester. The detail regulations for the examine is listed in 學位考試作業流程.
 
4. English requirement: the regulation for PhD students follow the terms of “NTU Implementation Measures for Advanced English Courses”? Students who complete the Online English for Postgraduates III can pass the requirement.
 
Students who are not from Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom, or United States of America must complete the Online English for Postgraduates IIIor apply for waiver before graduation.