Loyola University Chicago


About Us

The Bioinformatics Program includes Loyola faculty from the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, and Mathematics and Statistics. While these faculty have a vast area of research interests, all require interdisciplinary approaches.

The Bioinformatics Program at Loyola is part of the College of Arts and Sciences. The program provides students with unique preparation for professional careers by offering both integrated and project-based learning with courses that feature the latest developments in the field.

The Bioinformatics Program includes four degree plans:

Undergraduate Degrees:

Graduate Degrees:

  •  (Thesis/Non-thesis options)

Accelerated 5 year Programs:

  • BS in Bioinformatics / MS in Bioinformatics (Thesis/Non-thesis options)
  • BS in Biology / MS in Bioinformatics (Thesis/Non-thesis options)