An integrated program combining coursework in the fields of biology and chemistry in an online format
Throughout the nation, biochemistry is becoming an increasingly popular and effective field of study, serving as a springboard for graduate school and for careers in a variety of industries.
As a graduate of one of the top biochemistry graduate school programs, you will have employment opportunities in Biology and Chemistry, as well as in jobs requiring an integrated program. You will also be prepared for professional training in medicine, pharmacy and allied health programs. This program is perfect for members of the armed services stationed throughout the world. Our flexible format will meet their terms and locations of service.
The online Master’s Degree in Biochemistry at the University of Saint Joseph caters to working professionals. Because of this, the expected course load each semester is two courses. If you wish to enroll in more than two courses in a given semester, please contact the Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Program Director, Dr. Sarah Zingales, to discuss workload considerations.
Recognize the interconnections between Biology and Chemistry
Relate medical diagnoses and treatment at the molecular level
Interpret the relationship between the physical properties of the reactants and products, and the reactivity of biological reactions
Analyze biological systems using advanced chemical concepts
Examine equilibrium reactions and their biological use in metabolism
Formulate the major intersections between the fields of Genetics and Biochemistry
Evaluate the research literature in Biochemistry
Assess the contributions various sub-disciplines of Biology have made to Biochemistry
Career Opportunities: chemist, biomedical, data scientist, forensic scientist, tech sales and marketing, food tech, pharmacist, surgeon, veterinarian, and more.
The Online Master’s degree in Biochemistry offers flexible options with all courses offered online and focused prep for the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) certification exam.
Contact: Sarah Zingales, Ph.D. Director, Graduate Programs, Department of Chemistry Associate Professor, Chemistry Phone: 860.231.5727 Email: [email protected]
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