(College of Engineering)
Matthew Farrens, Ph.D., Chairperson of the Department
The minor in Computational Biology will provide to students with engineering, physical science or biological science majors the foundations necessary to build efficient computational models and algorithms, use state-of-the-art techniques for scientific analysis and create scalable infrastructure environments for biological and biotechnological applications.
Students must take a total of 19-24 upper division units, with two required courses and 11-12 units of
Minor Advisors. T. Pham, V. Filkov, D. Gusfield, P. Koehl, J. Sison, I. Tagkopoulos