Biological Sciences - Biomathematics at Illinois State University incorporates cross-disciplinary research as integral to the curriculum. Through this master's sequence, students will choose a series of courses concentrated in one of three critical areas of Biomathematics (theoretical and applied statistics, deterministic and stochastic modeling, or computation and bioinformatics) and conduct thesis research within the cross-disciplinary field of Biomathematics.
It is one of several Programs of Excellence awarded by the College of Arts and Sciences. There is no other Biomathematics M.S. program in Illinois, and the few existing programs in the nation typically do not exhibit the strong and balanced emphasis on coursework in both disciplines the Biomathematics program will offer.
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- Genomics and Bioinformatics
- Molecular Biology
- Hormones,Brain and Behavior
- 12 months
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DisciplinesMathematics Biology Actuarial Science View 883 other Masters in Biology in United States
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