M.S. in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Thesis Work & Committee
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The Master of Science in bioinformatics and computational biology from the University of Idaho provides a unique interdisciplinary graduate educational experience. Our program has a stronger focus on statistical analysis than is typical in a bioinformatics program, but we emphasize computation and genomics more than is typical for a biostatistics program. Thus our students get the appropriate training that leads to successful careers in government, biotechnology, agriculture, biomedicine and academia.
Students have access to state of the art core facilities, including Research Computing and Data Services (RCDS) and Genomics and Bioinformatics Resources Core (GBRC) facility.
Learn more about what is required to obtain a Master of Science in bioinformatics and computational biology.