Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics is an emerging, rapidly-expanding scientific discipline that addresses problems related to the collection, processing and analysis of biological systems.  A bachelor of science degree in bioinformatics is offered within the Biology Department at UNO. This cross disciplinary degree requires bioinformatics courses offered jointly by the Biology Department in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Computer Science Department in the College of Information Science and Technology, as well as courses in mathematics, chemistry and biology from the College of Arts and Sciences. The bioinformatics major is also available from the College of Information Science and Technology.

 

Degrees Offered

B.S. Bioinformatics

 

Other Information

All coursework taken for the bioinformatics major must be completed with a grade of “C-“ or better.

Contact

Allwine Hall 114

402-554-2641

Website

http://www.unomaha.edu/biology/bioinf.php