Curriculum Overview

Evening classes. One and one-half to two year sequence.

The Temple University Bioinformatics Masters Degree Program is conducted on campus, with classes taught in the evening and in the later afternoon. Temple University's main campus is easily accessible by public transportation.

The Program has been designed to provide students with extensive skills in computer programming as well as deep knowledge in Genomics and Structural Biology. All three areas are required in this challenging and exciting field.

Because the degree is a Professional Science Masters, the program will also provide:

  • Professional skills through courses in professional development
  • A research internship in a biotech company or other research center
  • Connections to key employers in the Philadelphia area

Students from the Temple University Bioinformatics Masters Degree Program will benefit from advanced curriculum that has been developed by leading Temple faculty in the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Computer and Information Sciences.