Sharing the same Bioinformatics Science Core curriculum, the Graduate Certificate is ideally suited for working professionals who cannot make a commitment to the BICB-MS or PSM program at this time, but can use the Certificate as a stepping stone. The Certificate can also complement other UD degree programs, allowing current graduate students to gain bioinformatics knowledge and skills. The Computational Sciences Concentration (CS2) allows students to gain knowledge in developing bioinformatics methods, tools and/or databases for modern biotechnology or medicine. The Life Sciences Concentration (LSC2) allows students to gain knowledge in applying bioinformatics methods, tools and databases as an integral approach to modern biotechnology or medicine.
Requirements (Browse Courses)
The Graduate Certificate in Bioinformatics requires 15 credits in the Bioinformatics & Computational Biology Core courses to achieve core competency in Bioinformatics.
|Bioinformatics & Computational Biology Core Courses||15 credits|