The Biomathematics minor is an interdisciplinary program designed primarily for students majoring in math or biology who are interested in the expanding field of mathematical modeling of biological phenomena.

Biomathematics (BIMA)

BIMA-2094 Seminar in Biomathematics I
Description
This discussion format course focuses on contemporary subjects in biomathematics chosen by the instructor and students. (Offered every fall.) Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
Credits
0 credits
Level
Lower Division
BIMA-3190 Independent Research in Biomathematics
Description
Individual Research in biomathematics conducted with faculty. Course credit will depend on the nature and scope of the proposed research project. Prerequisites: consent of the faculty research mentor and the minor director.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
BIMA-3194 Seminar in Biomathematics II
Description
This discussion format course focuses on contemporary subjects in biomathematics chosen by the instructor and students. Students will also be expected to present the results of their own research project, including relevant background from the literature. (Offered every fall.) Prerequisite: BIMA 2094 and Consent of instructor
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
BIMA-3290 Independent Research in Biomathematics
Description
Individual Research in biomathematics conducted with faculty. Course credit will depend on the nature and scope of the proposed research project. Prerequisites: consent of the faculty research mentor and the minor director.
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
BIMA-3390 Independent Research in Biomathematics
Description
Individual Research in biomathematics conducted with faculty. Course credit will depend on the nature and scope of the proposed research project. Prerequisites: consent of the faculty research mentor and the minor director.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
BIMA-3391 Special Topics in Biomathematics
Description
Advanced study of a topic or field not covered by other courses. May be repeated for credit for different topics. (Offered occasionally). Prerequisites: consent of instructor
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
E. Cabral Balreira
E. Cabral Balreira, Ph.D.
Co-Director
Professor, Mathematics
Farzan Aminian
Farzan Aminian, Ph.D.
Professor, Engineering Science
David Ribble
David Ribble, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President for Budget & Research, Biology

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