M.Sc. in Life Science Informatics
There are now two examination regulations valid for Life Science Informatics students.
1. The following examination regulations apply to students starting to study from 1st October 2019:
Examination Regulations (in German only and legally binding)
The University of Bonn will provide an English translation that is not legally binding but will serve as a good translation of the Examination Regulations. More help on the new examination regulations will be provided in class.
2. The following examination regulations apply to students who started to study before 1st October 2019:
Examination Regulations (in German, legally binding)
Examination regulations (English translation, not legally binding)
Expiration and replacement of these examination regulations (in German only). You can study under the old examination regulations if you have started your studies before 1st October 2019 until 30 September 2021. If you have not completed you studies by this date you will study then under the the examination regulations mentioned above at 1.
3. Module Catalogue
4. Introductory courses
* The classes marked with an asterik (*) in the module calatogue are introductory classes. They are assigned individually to incoming students in the following manner:
To ensure that students with different backgrounds in computer science or the life sciences have comparable interdisciplinary knowledge and skills, mandatory bridging courses in computer Science/mathematics (CSMA) and biology/chemistry (BIOCHEM) are offered during the first term. For students with a degree in computer science, BIOCHEM is mandatory and CSMA is optional.
For students with a degree in the life sciences, CSMA is mandatory and BIOCHEM is optional.
Within the first month of the semester, the head of the programme and the committee will assign each new student to and inform each student about the mandatory and optional introductory classes.