The biochemistry major provides students with interdisciplinary training in the biological and chemical sciences. The undergraduate degree emphasizes knowledge and understanding of living organisms, living systems, changes to a system's environment and chemical reactions that can affect human health.

  •  Learn how to do cutting-edge research across the breadth of the discipline, which provides some of the basis for advances in human and veterinary medicine, agriculture and biotechnology

  •  Develop quantitative problem-solving skills, critical thinking and analytical reasoning

  •  Refine how you communicate scientific concepts and ideas