A major in Biochemistry is meant to prepare students for graduate studies in Chemistry or Biochemistry, for admission to a professional school such as medical school or pharmacy school, or employment in the biotechnology sector.
To successfully complete the Biochemistry major, the following coursework is required:
- 79 credits of Major Requirements (60 Chemistry/Biology credits; 2 seminar credits; and 19 Science credits)
- 34 Core credits
- 7 General electives credits
- A minimum of C grade in science courses, GPA minimum of 2.5
- A minimum of 120 credits are required for degree, the last 30 of which must be earned at La Roche College.