Does anyone know of any uni courses where you can get a degree in this. I'm passionate about biomimicry and evolution and good at maths and physics (300 UMS maths 297 UMS Further maths so far, and I also enjoy maths). I'm looking at any Ivy league or Oxbridge uni's for a top notch education but Oxbridge seems to have nothing of the sort, and I can't navigate the american uni sites!
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Any uni courses for Maths and Biology? watch
- Thread Starter
- 17-11-2013 14:18
- 17-11-2013 14:51
My first thought was of a degree offer by the University of Dundee in Mathematical Biology but if you are looking for "Oxbridge" type universities then the best I found after a quick search was either Maths and Biology at St Andrews or Natural Science at Durham should let you specialise in those 2 subjects. I don't know anything about any American university so I can't help there.
- Community Assistant
- 17-11-2013 14:56
A few American universities will allow you to do 2 degrees at the same time so you could do a maths degree and a biology degree. In the UK you could do Natural Sciences.
- 17-11-2013 15:03
Natural sciences might be a good bet.
You could do a degree in maths and then a masters/phd in epidemiology/bioinformatics
Edit: a quick google search reveals that Exeter, Newcastle, Dundee, Southampton and Leeds all have maths and biology joint honours courses.