More industries are embracing genetic technologies. Study bioinformatics and help shape the way we manage our health and environment.
Gain specialised knowledge in statistics, data management, computer programming, genomics and molecular biology.
You’ll apply your scientific expertise and technical skills to translate complex biological data into meaningful information. Your insights may lead to new innovations or discoveries.
Studying bioinformatics will prepare you for a wide range of opportunities in scientific research organisations, universities, government departments, and the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industries.