I'm a freshman who's about to enter the U of MN Twin Cities Campus this fall. My college offers a UG degree in "Mathematical Biology" that really is drawing my attention. What sort of work would be done with this? How marketable is the degree? I'm planning on going to graduate school, by the way.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What I would like to do is use mathematics to model and analyze biological systems, would this get me there?

Would it be advisable to get a UG degree in, say, Biomedical Engineering, as a fall-back career and then go to graduate school for Mathematical Biology?

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# Biomathematics/Mathematical Biology

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