The mono bachelor's degree comprises the study areas of computer science, mathematics and statistics, biology / chemistry / biochemistry as well as an elective area in which the specialist knowledge in one of the three study areas is supplemented and deepened.
At the end of the course, the exemplary deepening and differentiation of a selected field of study takes place through the independent scientific development of a self-selected problem (Bachelor thesis).
The general vocational preparation study area (ABV) includes an internship as well as the following areas of competence: foreign languages, information and media competence, gender & diversity competence, organizational and management competence, personal and socio-communicative competence and subject-related additional qualifications in which additional practical professional knowledge and skills are imparted will. Aims, content and structure of the general vocational preparation study area are regulated in a separate ABV study and examination regulations.
The course regulations regulate the structure and process of the course. It contains detailed descriptions of the content and qualification goals of each individual module and an exemplary course plan. The examination regulations define the type and requirements of the module examinations. In the regulations, the credit points (CP) for each module or event as well as the workload in hours for the entire course are specified.
Department of Computer Science
|module||Computer science A|
|module||Computer science B|
|module||Algorithms and data structures|
|module||Algorithms and Data Structures - Internship|
Mathematics and Statistics study area
|module||Mathematics for Bioinformatics I|
|module||Mathematics for Bioinformatics II|
|module||Computer-Oriented Mathematics I|
|module||Computer-Oriented Mathematics II|
|module||Life Sciences Statistics I.|
|module||Life Sciences Statistics II|
Study area biology / chemistry / biochemistry
|module||Molecular Biology and Biochemistry I|
|module||Molecular Biology and Biochemistry II|
|module||Molecular Biology and Biochemistry III|
|module||Genetics and genomics|
Bachelor graduates have scientific knowledge and practical skills that qualify them for a job or a postgraduate course.
The research and work areas of bioinformaticians extend to the pharmaceutical and medical sector, e.g. chemical-pharmaceutical companies in cancer research, biotechnology companies, in automation technology, microelectronics industry, aerospace technology and various other institutions and research facilities that Have data processing as their task. In addition to maintaining databases, bioinformaticians can develop software systems or work in project management.
A master’s degree and, if applicable, a doctorate are prerequisites for management positions or employment in research and teaching.
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