The Graduate School at Cornell University is formally organized into academic fields of study. Faculty in Computational Biology usually advise graduate students in the following graduate fields:
Faculty additionally have associations with the following related fields:
- Applied Mathematics
- Operations Research
- Computer Science
- Genetics and Development
See the catalog of the available fields of study at the Graduate School.
An application for admission to the Graduate School may be made either to the Field of Computational Biology. Computational Biology students will be interested in the many and varied courses in genetics, genomics, computer science, mathematics, statistics, and probability at Cornell. Students, no matter what field they are in, can take any of these courses (and any other courses in the University) that they and their supervising faculty decide on.