Applicants with broad educational backgrounds are encouraged to apply to the program. The admissions committee considers individual applicants on a case-by-case basis. Preference is given to applicants with interdisciplinary training in computer science, mathematics and biology. The number of new admissions per year is restricted by available scholarship/fellowship support, the applicant's interest in relation to faculty research interests, and availability of faculty mentors. On average, the program attempts to admit three to four applicants per year.
Qualifications: Advanced education or experience in computer science or allied field, and some knowledge of contemporary molecular biology.
Applicants must provide evidence of computation & biological skills such as official transcripts, GRE scores, employment experience, or other well -documented evidence that might persuade the admissions committee.
How to Apply to The Computational Bioscience Program
The application deadline for Fall Admissions is December 1st of the previous year.
*International transcripts must be evaluated by an outside agency, and must include an analysis of courses, grades and grade point average, and U.S. degree equivalency. Exception to this requirement: courses taken and degrees earned in the U.S. or some parts of Canada. Evaluations will be accepted from any reputable professional company. Three recommended credential evaluation companies are:
Please send all transcripts and supplemental information to:
If you have any questions, please contact our Graduate Program Administrator at 1+303-724-3350.
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