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Bioinformatik (Master of Science)
|Course content and focus areas||The Master program is the second part of the consecutive Bachelor/Master study in Bioinformatics. It is based on a Bachelor program in Bioinformatics and covers advanced topics from a research and application oriented perspective. The following four topics are
obligatory: (1) Sequence Analysis / Data Mining, (2) Network Analysis / Systems Biology, (3) Structure Analysis / Molecular Modeling, and (4) Neuroprocesses / Computational Neurobiology. Additionally there is the possibility to choose from more than 50 elective modules from computer science, biology, mathematics, chemistry, medicine, and biophysics, in order to specalize in one or two research directions or to learn more about the various application disciplines of Bioinformatics.
Study abroad is explicitly supported. Moreover, soft-skills, for example teaching a tutorial, advising students in a mentoring program and writing a research grant proposal will be acquired. The study finishes with a Master thesis.
|Detailed information||Information from the department
|Degree||Master of Science in Bioinformatics
|Duration||The standard length of study for the Master of Arts is 4 semesters.
|Languages of instruction||German (and English)
|Start of the programme||The programme starts at the beginning of the winter or summer semester.
|Student advisory service||
Dr. Jörg Ackermann
|Provisional admission||Applicants currently enrolled on a Bachelor’s programme for Computer Science can be admitted provisionally on the basis of a preliminary transcript of records, provided that they have:
|Mode of admission||Admission is not restricted. Students will be directly admitted if the admission requirements are met in full.|
|Documents to be submitted||
|Deadline for applications||01.04. - 15.06. for the winter semester
01.12. - 15.01. for the summer semester
|Address for applications||Online application portal for Master's study programmes|