Master of Bioinformatics (M.Binf.)

About the Master of Bioinformatics Program

The course-based M.Binf. program takes one year (3 semesters) and is designed to train life science graduates in the skills needed to work with complex data that is now routinely generated by researchers across all disciplines. Students enter and take three courses in the fall, another three courses in the winter, and perform a research project over the summer, with an opportunity to extend the project into a fourth semester. An advisor does not need to be identified before starting the program.

Applications to the M.Binf. program completed by the first deadline are automatically considered for the Dan Ashlock Memorial Scholarship in Bioinformatics, promoting excellence in the M.Binf. program.