Learn how to develop algorithms, methods and models to understand biological systems, evolution and relationships.
The research conducted by biologists and life scientists now routinely requires computation and complex data analysis.
Computational Biology is designed to equip people with fundamental knowledge and skills across biology, computer science, mathematics and statistics in order to develop computational biology, genetics and bioinformatics skill sets.
Where can Computational Biology take you?
Graduates can expect to find employment within academia, government agencies, and pharmaceutical, life sciences or biotechnology companies.