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This 30-credit Master in Biochemistry degree program offers flexibility for working professionals. The program is ideally suited to members of the armed services whose positions deny them the ability to attend classes at a regional college or university on a schedule that meets their terms and locations of service.
The Master of Science in Biochemistry is an integrated program, combining coursework in the fields of biology and chemistry. The comprehensive courses range from advanced organic to conceptual development in Chemistry, enabling students to increase depth and scope of their knowledge in this field. Therefore, graduates will have employment opportunities in biology and chemistry as well as jobs requiring an integrated program. Graduates will also be prepared to enter professional training in medicine, veterinary, pharmacy, and allied health schools.
Students design the program with the help of a faculty member, allowing them to tailor their studies to meet specific educational goals.
The admissions requirement for this program requires a minimum G.P.A. of 2.8 and a degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry or a closely related field. Prerequisites for admission include undergraduate courses (graded with a C or better) in the following: 4 semesters in Chemistry with labs (at least 2 semesters of organic chemistry), 2 semesters of Calculus, 2 semesters of Physics
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