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Genetic science research

This degree addresses the regional and national need for technically trained managers who will be able to lead teams of bioinformaticians in both the public and private sectors.

The Bioinformatics Management Master's combines a solid foundation in bioinformatics research, tools, and techniques, with the management skills needed to address the associated legal, ethical, managerial, and business issues. The degree is intended for:

  • Students seeking advancement in their current bioinformatics careers that requires an advanced degree in bioinformatics combined with management expertise.
  • Students with a general background in biological science or computational methods who are planning to enter the field of bioinformatics as managers and would like to strengthen their bioinformatics and managerial expertise.
School of Systems Biology, College of Sciences

Course Catalog

Review admission and course requirements for this degree: