Biochemistry (University of Illinois - Chicago)
Students wishing to pursue a career in biochemistry will find the program at the University of Chicago, Illinois well-qualified to provide their academic foundation in the subject. Certified by the American Chemical Society and endorsed by the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, this 120-credit hour program takes approximately four years to complete.
Studies in this program will include an immersive look at both biology and chemistry topics, as well as requiring calculus and physics courses. State of the art laboratories compliment the theoretical and lecture-based teachings in these fields, and students will be required to complete both lab and classroom components in areas such as organic chemistry, biochemistry, physical chemistry and general chemistry.
Students receive personal advising for course electives and are awarded graduation distinctions according to their final GPA’s. Career opportunities for this program include molecular biology, biochemistry, biotechnology or related fields. This program can also be used as a foundation for those wishing to pursue medical careers.Apply Now
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