University of Idaho: M.S. and Ph.D. in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BCB).
BCB is a research-intensive interdisciplinary graduate program established with INBRE support in 2003 that trains graduate students with an interdisciplinary core curriculum, a required rotation/internship outsider their area of expertise, in-depth training in one area, and opportunities for cutting-edge research.
Lewis-Clark State College: B.S. in Bioinformatics.
The degree includes courses in computer science, biology, mathematics, and statistics. It is a gateway for students to pursue graduate programs at the University of Idaho in Bioinformatics and Computation Biology and for positions as system analysts working with large data sets, bioinformatics programmers, or research technologists.