The curriculum is composed of three areas of education. "Education of Knowledge" and "Education of Skills" are for the systematic study of both life science and health science. "Education of Attitude" is for the cultivation of a sense of duty and responsibility as well as the spirit of service, all being essential for medical personnel. The most distinctive feature of the curriculum is study through integrated courses based on diseases and cases. Traditionally, subjects such as Anatomy or Biochemistry were taught independently. Under the new system, each disease and case is taught systematically starting from the cause all the way up to recovery. For instance, a particular case of tooth decay would be taught from every possible angle such as Pathology, Physiology, or Oral Surgery.
In "Education of Attitude," students deepen their understanding of ethics and dignity of life in medicine. As part of this education, freshmen experience care for the aged and handicapped at social welfare facilities. Also, they work as medical assistants at the University Hospital.