Department of Applied Physics

Department of Applied Physics

Clinical Engineering Major

The Department of Applied Physics' Clinical Engineering Course will move to the Department of Biomedical Engineering in April 2022 to obtain the qualification of clinical engineer. 
 

Developing specialists, including clinical engineering technicians in medical engineering who are proficient in applied physics and who will widely open up the future of medicine.

Essential points of Department of Applied Physics, Clinical Engineering Major

Developing basic skills for the most advanced
medical science, essential for the most advanced medicine.
Developing clinical engineers who can handle advanced medical devices.
Acquire basic skills in the classroom by building on the knowledge acquired in high school.

Physics is closely involved in the most advanced medical care. Physics and medical technology cannot be separated given that the discovery of the X-ray led to roentgenograms, and research on magnetic resonance resulted in MRI scanning. Along with advancements made with medical devices, clinical engineers engaging in the operation, maintenance, and management of medical devices and engineers who engage in the research and development of new devices require ever-increasing advanced professional expertise. With its multi-layered curriculums jointly constructed by expert researchers in physics, pathologists who are licensed physicians, and experienced clinical engineers, this department will develop human resources who deeply understand the functions of the human body. Our students achieved a success rate of 100% in the March 2015 National Examination for Clinical Engineers.