Chemistry - Biochemistry Emphasis, B.S.

Biochemistry studies the chemical composition of living things. Biochemistry combines the study of biology with organic and inorganic chemistry as applied to topics such as enzymology, genetics, toxicology, pharmacology, food science, and medicine. Students with this degree may pursue graduate study or work in the field of biotechnology or in one of the many related areas or be eligible for many employment opportunities in chemistry and biology.

Matriculation Requirements 

To matriculate into the Chemistry degree, students must have adviser approval, and completed CHEM 1210, CHEM 1220, CHEM 1250, and CHEM 1260 all with a C- or higher.