Pre-Medicine/Pre-Pharmacy (Biochemistry)

TYPE: Concentration of Chemistry
DEGREE: B.S.
DEPARTMENT: Natural Sciences Department

LOCATION: On-Campus

  • Chemistry majors choosing this concentration are typically those who are interested in attending medical, veterinary or pharmacy schools or graduate school in biochemistry.
  • Education and skill development in this area are an important part of preparation for further studies in the fields of Medicine and Pharmacy as well as in preparation for careers or graduate school in Biochemistry and related scientific disciplines.
  • Students choosing this option will have completed the topics recommended for a biochemistry major by the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

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