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Computational Biology // Subject options

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Subject Options

All three of:

Code Name Study period Credit Points
MAST30032 Biological Modelling and Simulation
Semester 1
BIOL30003 Case Studies In Computational Biology
Semester 2
MAST30033 Statistical Genomics
Semester 2

Plus one 12.5 points subject chosen from the following areas of study:

Anatomy (ANAT)
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BCMB)
Bioengineering Systems (BMEN)
Botany (BOTA)
Computer Science (COMP)
Cell and Developmental Biology (CEDB)
Environmental Science (EVSC)
Ecology (ECOL)
Genetics (GENE)
Informatics (INFO)
Mathematics and Statistics (MAST)
Microbiology and Immunology (MIIM)
Neuroscience (NEUR)
Pathology (PATH)
Pharmacology (PHRM)
Physiology (PHYS)
Zoology (ZOOL)


Students will be encouraged to complete a complementary study sequence in either biological/biomedical science, mathematics and statistics, or computer science. A third year subject in this complementary sequence or from a list of electives makes up the computational biology major.

Last updated: 3 October 2019