Master's degree - Computational Biology
Students registering for Computational Biology must meet the following conditions:
- Bachelor's degree in Computational Biology or completion of recognized supplementary courses that have been approved accordingly.
- Acceptance to an MSc research program must be approved by a researcher from the field of Computational Biology, who will supervise the study.
Researchers specializing in the field of Computational Biology:
Selection of this specialty will be made at the beginning of the MSc study, i.e., from the first year of MSc study.
Graduate students must complete 12 credits, including 1 credit for two mandatory seminars (0.5 point for each seminar).
Students can choose from a variety of elective courses for third year (BSc) and graduate study in accordance with their research and in coordination with their supervisors.
Each year, the students must re-register, to code 80-9000-01 for the departmental seminar (no credits).
In The second Year students must register, using code 80-762-01 for thesis grade.
MA students in the Computational Biology track must take the following courses:
- At least two Computational Biology courses.
- At least one Computational Biology seminar.
The remaining courses and seminars required for a Master's degree should be chosen from the following:
General elective courses - in various fields related to Life Sciences
Elective seminars to complete the requirements for a Master’s degree