The Graduate School of Health Sciences was established in April 2008, and its doctoral program started in April 2010. The graduate school consists of the nursing course, the radiological sciences course and the medical laboratory sciences course. The school aims to foster specialists and produce researchers and educators who can incorporate a wide range of advanced medical knowledge to establish and develop the educational system of health sciences. Each department requires 2 years of study for the master’s program and 3 years for the doctoral program.
Each academic year of the master’s program has room for a total of 16 students. Students can obtain a master’s degree in either Nursing or Health Sciences. Each academic year of the doctoral program is limited to 6 students. Conditions for completion of the doctoral program require a successful review of a doctoral thesis and a passing grade on the final examination. Students can obtain a doctor’s degree in either Nursing or Health Sciences.