Here you will find detailed information about completing the Bachelor's degree program in Bioinformatics.
In order to graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Bioinformatics, students must successfully pass all required courses and examinations, complete a Bachelor's degree thesis, and pass a state examination. Once all requirements have been met, fill out an examation roster and submit it to the Office of Examination and Recognition Services.
General information about the program is available here:
During the course of your studies, you will be required to submit a Bachelor's thesis. Students in the Bioinformatics program generally complete their Bachelor's thesis under the academic supervision of the Institute for Machine Learning. The institute will provide information about all of the available topics at the beginning of the semester. You can also submit your own thesis topic suggestions.
Celebrate your academic accomplishments with family and friends by taking part in a commencement ceremony. Click here for detailed information about commencement ceremonies.
Advanced Degree Programs at the JKU
Your academic graduation marks an important stage in your life. You have not only been educated in theory, but have also acquired hands-on, practical experience. However, your academic experience at the JKU doesn't have to end here. Perhaps you wish to stay connected to the university as an alumnus - the Kepler Society gives you the opportunity to do so. Or perhaps you wish to pursue an advance degree - we have many Master's and Doctorate degree programs waiting for you. Maybe you are interested in an academic career? Johannes Kepler University has countless opportunities - and we would be very happy to welcome you back one day.
After completing your Bachelor's degree, you can extend your knowledge in the field by pursuing a graduate degree:
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