Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Graduate Academic Certificate

There is a large and growing demand for graduates with training in bioinformatics and computational biology. These areas are vital to the biotechnology industry, the medical sciences, and conservation biology. This certificate will provide graduate students who are pursuing graduate degrees in other areas with recognition for taking multiple courses of the BCB curriculum, and thus building a strong foundation in bioinformatics and computational biology. For more information please email bcb@uidaho.edu or visit the BCB Program office in Life Sciences South room 441D.

BIOL 522Molecular Evolution3
CS 515Computational Biology: Sequence Analysis3
MATH 563Mathematical Genetics3
Select 3 credits from the following: 13
Computational Science for Biologists
Applied Bioinformatics
Advanced Evolution/Population Dynamics
Genomics
Computer Skills for Biologists
Principles of Systematic Biology
Virology
Evolutionary Ecology
Prokaryotic Molecular Biology
Eukaryotic Molecular Genetics
Parallel Programming
Parallel Algorithms
Artificial Intelligence
Evolutionary Computation
Machine Learning
Numerical Methods
Probability Theory
Mathematical Statistics
Stochastic Models
Biochemistry
Genetic Engineering
Statistical Mechanics
Multivariate Analysis
Computer Intensive Statistics
Total Hours12

Courses to total 12 credits for this certificate