Field of Computer Science

Biomedical Informatics Program

Biomedical Informatics Program

Required Courses Dual Degree Duration
46 Courses Not Available 8 Semesters
Language Credit Hours Annual Fees
English 127 Hours 69,000 EGP

Program Overview

Do you like natural sciences and computers? Do you want to make a difference in the future well-being of humanity?

Biomedical Informatics uses information, biomedical data, problem-solving, decision-making, and scientific inquiry to support human health. Biomedical Informatics combines knowledge of biology, computer science, informatics, and information engineering to manage health and biomedical information.

Graduates from the GU BMI program will be able to use their preparation to apply and investigate information and communication technologies to solve problems in the related biomedical fields in a comprehensive, competitive, and effective way.

  • Biomedical informatics is a field that is concerned with the cognitive, information processing, and communication aspects of medicine and healthcare, including the information sciences and technology to support these tasks. This field covers the application of information technology in clinical medicine, medical record-keeping, medical instrumentation, and healthcare management.

Degree Requirements

In order to graduate from this program, students need to finish the following credit hours:

University Requirement: 20 Credit Hours.

Mathematics & Basic Science: 25 Credit Hours.

Computer Science & Engineering: 30 Credit Hours.

AI Science & Engineering: 3 Credit Hours.

Advanced Specially Requirement: 0 Credit Hours.

Biomedical Informatics: 39 Credit Hours.

Project & Training: 10 Credit Hours.

Total: 127 Credit Hours.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will have the ability to:


Apply data science principles to improve health care delivery.

Demonstrate programming, data analysis, and data manipulation skills.

Integrate and synthesize data to inform ethical, evidence-based, and patient-centered care. 

Design solutions for biomedical information problems through the application of computational and systems thinking, information science, and technology.

Potential Career Opportunities

Due to a great demand for experts in biomedical informatics, the job outlook for those with appropriate training is excellent. Jobs are available as programmers and data analysts to senior level scientists and research directors; employment is available with private & public industries, research institutions, government institutions, and universities around the globe.

Our graduates are prepared for biomedical informatics and computational biology careers in academic research, the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry, medical centers, hospitals, and insurance and consulting companies.

 People who have a degree in biomedical informatics have a wide variety of career opportunities:


Directors of Medical Informatics.

Bioinformatic Analyst.

Medical Informatics Analyst.

Project managers.

Implementation specialists.

Researchers.

Programmers.

Clinical systems analysts.

Tuition Fees

  • Annual Fees: 69,000 EGP
  • Registration Fees (Paid Once): 2,500 EGP
  • Ministry Fees: 1,380 EGP
  • Annual Admin Fees: 4,850 EGP
  • Total First Year Fees: 77,730 EGP
  • Total Annual Fees: 75,230 EGP
  • Lab Insurance (Refundable): 5,000 EGP

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