B.S. in Bioinformatics

General

Program Description

BIOINFORMATICS

Bioinformatics is the use of computer technologies to collect, manage and use biological data to improve the quality of life of individuals. Bioinformatics is useful for the fields of agriculture, health, environment, energy, and biotechnology. Here it promotes biomedical research and developments, improves curative and preventive medicines, identifies waste cleaning bacteria, and produces high-yield and low-maintenance crops.

Courses Offered at A.U.W.

  • Biochemistry
  • Bioinformatics
  • Biology
  • Biostatistics
  • Calculus
  • Cell & Molecular Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Programming
  • Database Management
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Ecology
  • Environmental Health
  • Environmental Microbiology
  • Epidemiology
  • Ethics
  • Forensic Science
  • Genetics & Genomics
  • GIS & Remote Sensing
  • Human Form & Function
  • Nutrition
  • Physics
  • Probability & Statistics
  • Protein Structure & Modeling
  • Research Methodology

Career Opportunities

Bioinformatics professionals have multiple career opportunities in the public and private sectors. Many work for pharmaceutical, biotech, and biomedical companies. They can also work for scientific research institutions, non-governmental and government agencies, hospitals, and schools. Sample careers include Biostatistician, Computational Biologist, Geneticist, Software Developer, and Bioinformatics Professor.

Last updated Nov 2018

About the School

Asian University for Women (AUW) is a preeminent liberal arts and sciences university seeking to educate the next generation of women leaders.At AUW, topics ranging from Politics, Philosophy and Econo ... Read More

Asian University for Women (AUW) is a preeminent liberal arts and sciences university seeking to educate the next generation of women leaders.At AUW, topics ranging from Politics, Philosophy and Economics to Bioinformatics and Public Health are not merely taught; they are explored and discovered through critical inquiry and close engagement with international faculty, conferences, internships, community service, and independent research. Read less