We have opted to offer most of our advanced bioinformatics courses in the first two periods of the academic year. This way you can learn all the theory you need to start an internship efficiently. In 2020 we expect that most courses will be taught mostly online due to all Corona measures that will even affect this academic year. When possible we will startup face to face and classroom lectures!
(FC = Free choice course that can be taken as part of the theoretical phase or Electives)
Period 1: Theoretical (obligatory) courses (Osiris numbers can be found in the table at the end)
Period 3: and further, start of Major Research Project, Minor, Writing assignment and so on.
An overview of all UBC/BiBC courses offered + Osiris code
|Master level comp Biol:||B-MCOBI17|
|Bioinformatics and Evolutionary genomics||B-MBIEG06|
|Structural Bioinformatics and Modelling||SK-MSTBIMO|
|Advanced R forrthe Life Sciences||B-MADR19|
|Advanced Omics for Life Science||BMB502316|
|Advanced Bioinformatics for Life Sciences||BMB502114|
|Introduction to research data management for the life sciences||B-MINRDM|
|Analytics and Algorithms for Omics data||BMB508219|
|Introduction to R||BMB502219|
|Introduction to Bioinformatics||B-MINBI19|
|Bioinformatica en Genoom analyse||BMW33316|
|Essentials (Master Cursus)||B-MBIOCES|
|bioinformatics and genomics||B-MBIOGEN|
|Data Science & Biology||B-B2DSB19|
|Genes 2 Organisms||SK-MCSB|
For those interested in a bit more Modelling/BioComplexity/Mathematics:
The list below is a number of recommended courses. The first 4 are bachelor courses, which means you can follow them but won’t get full credits (EC).
The last 3 courses are really nice master level courses. Be aware that we cannot guarantee enrolment in these courses, as they are officially offered in an other masters programme. But if you are interested, let the BiBC coordinator know and we can try to get you enrolled.