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University of Minnesota. Bioinformatics Graduate Minor Program, 2001- 2011.

Collected by: University of Minnesota

Archived since: Jun, 2011


What is Bioinformatics? As defined here it is an interdisciplinary research area that applies computer and information science to solve biological problems. There are additional useful links. At the University of Minnesota, the Graduate Program in Bioinformatics offers a graduate minor. The minor is open only to students already enrolled in the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota.

The graduate minor in bioinformatics includes core coursework in computer and biological sciences and opportunities to interact with others interested in bioinformatics. The curriculum encourages interdisciplinary interaction, communication, and synthesis. All courses taken to fulfill minor requirements must be graded on the A/F scale. The student's examination committee must include a member of the Bioinformatics Graduate Faculty, and the graduate program must be approved by the Bioinformatics Director of Graduate Studies.

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