Bioinformatics and computational biology is an emerging field where biological and computational disciplines converge. The field encompasses the development and application of computational tools and techniques for the collection, analysis, management and visualization of biological data, as well as modeling and simulation methods for the study of biological systems. Essential to 21st-century life sciences research and key to our understanding of complex biological systems, bioinformatics and computational biology is making an impact upon the science and technology of fields ranging from agricultural, energy and environmental sciences to pharmaceutical and medical sciences.
- Computational Sciences Concentration
- Life Sciences Concentration
April 1: Priority consideration for admission
October 1: Priority consideration for admission
FALL: Applications accepted up to first day of classes.
SPRING: Applications accepted up to first day of classes.
* International applicants are not eligible to obtain a U.S. student visa solely with an acceptance to a UD graduate certificate program. Certificates may be added by full-time matriculated graduate students.
The 2021-2022 UD graduate student tuition rate per credit hour is $950.