Master of Science in Bioinformatics, Bioengineering Concentration

Thesis Option

BIOE 599Thesis Research (min applied toward degree)4
BIOE 504Analytical Methods in Bioeng4
or BIOE 505 Computational Bioengineering
One course from the approved Bioinformatics list of Computer Sciences core courses4
One course from the approved Bioinformatics list of Biology core courses4
One course from the approved Bioinformatics list of Bioinformatics core courses4
One course in systems biology from departmental list3
Elective Courses9
Total Hours32

Other Requirements and Conditions1

Other Requirements and Conditions may overlap
A concentration is required.
A minimum of 12 500-level credit hours overall applied toward the degree, with 8 hours being Bioengineering courses; a maximum of 2 hours of seminar courses can be counted to towards these 12 hours.
Minimum GPA:3.0
1

For additional details and requirements for all degrees, please refer to the department's Graduate Studies Web site and the Graduate College Handbook.

Non-Thesis Option

BIOE 504Analytical Methods in Bioeng4
or BIOE 505 Computational Bioengineering
One course from the approved Bioinformatics list of Computer Sciences core courses4
One course from the approved Bioinformatics list of Biology core courses4
One course from the approved Bioinformatics list of Bioinformatics core courses4
One course in systems biology from departmental list3
Elective Courses17
Total Hours36

Other Requirements and Conditions1

Other Requirements and Conditions may overlap
A concentration is required.
A minimum of 12 500-level credit hours overall applied toward the degree, with 8 hours being Bioengineering courses; a maximum of 2 hours of seminar courses can be counted to towards these 12 hours.
The non-thesis option is only available with permission of the advisor. Requirements include an additional 8 hours of elective courses which, with the approval of an advisor, may include supervised research experiences including internships and projects.
Minimum GPA:3.0
1

For additional details and requirements for all degrees, please refer to the department's Graduate Studies Web site and the Graduate College Handbook.