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  • Basic Neuroscience G1N Start w.45, Freestanding course/Programme course, 100%, autumn -19

    This course introduces the function of the nervous system and basic neural mechanisms.

  • Basic Public Health Sciences G1N Start w.24/36, Freestanding course/Summer course/Programme course, 50/100%, autumn -19

    Folkhälsovetenskapens grunder G1N

  • Big Data Programming A1F Start w.04, Programme course, 50%

    In this course, the student will learn about common frameworks for data analysis on big data.

  • Biochemistry G1F Start w.45, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, autumn -19

    The course describes composition and regulation of the most important metabolic and energy-providing processes that occur in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.

  • Bioinformatic Analysis with Perl G1N Start w.14/36, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, spring -19/autumn -19

    This course gives you basic knowledge and skills in procedural programming with the purpose of solving bioinformatics problems.

  • Bioinformatics - Research Process A1F Start w.14/45, Programme course, 50%, spring -19/autumn -19

    The course deals with the current research in bioinformatics and addresses the issue of how research and development is done.

  • Bioinformatics Analysis with R A1N Start w.04/36/45, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, spring -19/autumn -19

    This course introduces the programming language R to efficiently solve various bioinformatics problems.

  • Bioinformatics Concepts and Methods A1N Start w.04/36, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, spring -19/autumn -19

    An overview of fundamental problems within the area, different types of data that is analyzed and commonly used methods and programs for analyzing the data.

  • Biological Forms and Function G1N Start w.36, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, autumn -19

    A basic orientation of different biological life forms. It includes organism biology, systematics, morphology and adaptations to the environment.

  • Biomarkers - Data Analysis A1F Start w.13, Programme course, 50%

    The course focuses on different tools applicable to large-scale data in the context of identification and verification of biomarkers in different disease areas.

  • Biomarkers - Data Analysis A1F Start w.14, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, spring -19

    The course focuses on different tools applicable to large-scale data in the context of identification and verification of biomarkers in different disease areas.

  • Biomarkers in Molecular Medicine A1N Start w.45, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, autumn -19

    The course involves theoretically how biomarkers can be used as diagnostic, predictive and prognostic markers in different disease areas.

  • Biomimicry G1F Start w.14, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, spring -19

    Biomimicry G1F

  • Business Intelligence - Current Trends G2F Start w.45, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, autumn -19

    The purpose of this course is to provide an in-depth understanding of Business Intelligence and an insight into current research in the field.

  • Business Intelligence - Data-Driven Organisations A1N Start w.04/36, Freestanding course, 25%, spring -19/autumn -19

    The course includes both theory and practice, regarding what is meant by a data-driven culture and how it is related to Business Intelligence.

  • Business Intelligence A1F Start w.45, Programme course, 50%

    Introduces the emergence of Business Intelligence and its various applications.

  • Business Process Management G1F Start w.36, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, autumn -19

    This courses investigates how to represent these processes and analyze their performance by means of simulation.

  • CAD III G1F Start w.40, Programme course, 50%

    CAD III G1F

  • Cancer Biology G1N Start w.36, Freestanding course, 25%

    The course contains an overview of cancer, where cell biology and molecular biology are basic for an understanding of the origin of cancer.

  • Cell Biology G1N Start w.45, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, autumn -19

    This course will give you an overview of how a cell is built up, how the organs of the cell work, what chemical components that are important for the cell etc.

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G1N - first cycle, has only upper-secondary level entry requirements
G1F - first cycle, has less than 60 credits in first-cycle course/s as entry requirements
G1E - first cycle, contains specially designed degree project for Higer Education Diploma
G2F - first cycle, has at least 60 credits in first-cycle course/s as entry requirements
G2E - first cycle, has at least 60 credits inf first-cycle course/s as entry requirements, contains degree project for Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science

A1N - second cycle, has only first-cycle course/s as entry requirements
A1F - second cycle, has second-cycle course/s as entry requirements
A1E - second cycle, contains degree project for Master of Arts/Master of Science(60 credits)
A2E - second cycle, contains degree project for Master of Arts/Master of Science(120 credits)

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