Bioinformatics and Computational Biology BS - Biological Sciences Concentration

The Department of Biological Sciences is the campus center for life sciences innovative learning activity and leading-edge research at the University at Buffalo. Housed within the Department of Biological Sciences, the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BCB) program is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with training life science, mathematics and computing that are needed to the elucidate the molecular entities that govern biological organization at all levels, from molecules to ecosystems. Students qualify for the Bachelor of Science in degree BCB by successfully completing courses in mathematics, computer science, chemistry and biology, followed by a research project guided by a UB faculty member. In addition to completing foundational courses, students have the option to specialize in one of the three program sub-areas, biology, computer science or mathematics.

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