Collecting large amounts of biological data is becoming easier and more affordable and as a result biology has become a data science. Examples of biological data include genetic sequences, genomes, epigenomes, proteomes, metabalomes and microbiomes. These large data sets require specialized and powerful computational and statistical tools for analysis. Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary science that applies computational and statistical methods to biological information in order to make new discoveries and to solve complex biological problems.
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The Faculty of Science is pleased to offer three bioinformatics programs:
- Associate of Science Degree in Bioinformatics
- Diploma in Bioinformatics
- BSc in Bioinformatics