Throughout the nation, Biochemistry is becoming an increasingly popular and effective field of study.
At University of Saint Joseph, the Biochemistry program is administered by the Department of Chemistry. You will work alongside practicing scientists with terminal degrees in many fields of Chemistry.
This challenging curriculum offers real-world relevance, characterized by a spirit of innovation that prepares graduates for success in a global society.The baccalaureate Biochemistry program is approved by the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
For more information contact:
Dr. Leonidas J. Jones III, Chair
The Biochemistry program require 55 credits for major courses, plus 16 credits for supporting courses. A grade of C or better is required for each course.
View our online catalog for major course listings and descriptions.
From Classroom to Career
Career opportunities for Biochemistry majors include:
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