- BIOI 1000 – Introduction to Bioinformatics
- BIOI 3000 – Applied Bioinformatics
- BIOI 3500 – Advanced Bioinformatics Programming
- BIOI 4860 – Bioinformatics Algorithms
- BIOI 4870 –Database Search and Pattern Discovery in Bioinformatics
- BIOI 4890 – Computerized Genetic Sequence Analysis
- BIOI 4950 – Special Topics in Bioinformatics
- BIOI 4960 – Seminar in Bioinformatics
- BIOI 4970 – Senior Project in Bioinformatics I
- BIOI 4980 – Senior Project in Bioinformatics II
- BIOI 4990 – Independent Study in Bioinformatics
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