CCIB B.S. 

The CIB B.S. offers three possible tracks : 

The Molecular Option provides a thorough background in the subject areas involved in Computational and Integrative Biology (CIB) Major, with a stronger emphasis on chemistry and biology.

The Systems Option provides a thorough background in the subject areas involved in Computational and Integrative Biology (CIB) Major, with a stronger emphasis on mathematics and computer science.

The Physical Option provides a thorough background in the subject areas involved in Computational and Integrative Biology (CIB) Major, with a stronger emphasis on biophysics.

 

CCIB B.S./M.S.

This program allows students to complete a B.S. and an M.S. in CIB within five years, instead of the normal six (4 + 2).

Students already enrolled in a CCIB B.S. program must apply for the B.S./M.S. program during the Fall term of your Junior year by contacting the CIB Graduate Program Director. Admission into the program occurs in the Spring Term of your Junior year. 

Graduate-level courses taken during the fall and spring semesters of your senior year are billed at the undergraduate tuition rate. 

Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs are intended for students with Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees in a STEM field. 

The Masters program program offers course work and hands-on research experience and teaches students how to apply quantitative approaches to researching biological systems. 

The Doctoral program provides in-depth research training by internationally recognized faculty. Under such mentorship, students must make a significant original interdisciplinary research contribution to the study of biological systems.[/su_column]