Top Computational Biology Masters degree Programs - 2020

Massachusetts grants the most Masters degrees in Computational Biology of all US states with 21 degrees being granted last year. Students interested in Computational Biology can expect about 51% percent of their fellow classmates to be men and 49% percent to be women. Most students graduating in this field earn a Doctors degree research scholarship. The average annual income for an undergraduate degree in Computational Biology is $42,090.

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See where Computational Biology is the most popular major in the U.S.
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Top Colleges for Computational Biology

If you’re interested in studying Computational Biology, then you should think about attending Princeton University! This institution grants approximately 16 degrees at the Masters degree level in Computational Biology per year.

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Careers for Computational Biology Majors

For Computational Biology majors, some of the most in demand careers include Database Architects, Natural Sciences Managers and Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary. Additionally, Computational Biology graduates may find a high salary job, such as Natural Sciences Managers or Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary.

Top Paying Careers for Computational Biology

  1. Natural Sciences Managers   (Median Wage: $129,100)
  2. Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary   (Median Wage: $83,300)
  3. Bioinformatics Scientists   (Median Wage: $82,220)
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