Part 1. Language
Chinese/ Medical Language (selective course)
Part 2. Basic Courses
Cell Biology/ Human Anatomy/ Histology and Embryology/ Neuroanatomy/ Physiology/ Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology/ Medical Microbiology/ Medical Immunology/ Human Parasitology/ Pathology/ Pathophysiology/ Medical Genetics/ Behavioral Sciences/ Pharmacology and Therapeutics/ Medical Ethics/ Sectional and Imaging Anatomy
Part 3. Clinical Courses
Traditional Chinese Medicine/ Diagnostics/ Preventive Medicine/ Science of Operation/ Medical Imageology/ Nuclear Medicine/ Internal Medicine/ Surgery/ Gynecology and Obstetrics/ Pediatrics/ Neurology/ Psychiatry/ Tropical Medicine/ Infectious Diseases/ Ophthalmology/ Otorhinolaryngology/ Dermatology and Venereology/ Clinical Clerkship/ Graduation Exam
Students are required to complete the curriculum and course, fulfill the designated number of credits.Successful candidates will receive a graduation certificate along with the Master's degree, in accordance to the regulation of the Degree Awarding Committee.
Following completion of entry-level training, newly graduated medical practitioners are often required to undertake a period of supervised practice before the licensure, or registration, is granted, typically one or two years. This period may be referred to as "internship", "conditional registration", or "foundation programme". Then, doctors may finally follow specialty training in internal medicine if they wish, typically being selected to training programs through competition.