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Biochemistry degrees prepare students for entering the job market or for continuing their education at the graduate level. Research projects, publishing opportunities, internships, and classes provide students with both lecture and laboratory experience.

Biochemistry majors are assigned to a faculty member who serves as an advisor and whose specialty coincides with the student’s area of interest. Students are encouraged to learn by experience through research opportunities in areas such as the design of enzyme inhibitors, protein chemistry, bio-organic reaction mechanisms, biosensor development and tumorigenesis.

Students interested in obtaining a graduate degree in biochemistry and molecular biology or who wish to attend a professional school (dental, medical or veterinary) may wish to consider a degree in biochemistry.


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