|Category*||Module||Suggested contact hours|
|0||Introduction to Molecular Biology for Programmers||40 hours|
|0||Introduction to Programming for Biologists||40 hours|
|1||Introduction to Linux and Shell Scripting||40 hours|
|1||Scientific Writing||15 hours|
|1||Ethics in Research||10 hours|
|2||Programming I||80-100 hours|
|2||Biostatistics I||40 hours|
|2||Databases I||40 hours|
|3||Sequence Analysis||40 hours|
|3||Biological Databases and Ontologies||40 hours|
|4||Genomics and Comparative Genomics||40 hours|
*Category 0-4 denotes the order in which these modules should be taught (category 5-6 are elective modules and may be viewed here). Students should take: at least one core (C) module from category 0; all core (C) modules from categories 1-4.
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