Biochemistry, B.S.


The courses in the biochemistry curriculum are designed to provide individuals with creative and analytical insight into the involvement of chemistry and biology in the world. The major also provides the opportunity to enter graduate school as well as to become a part of the largest scientific profession in the United States as well as preparing students a strong foundation for medical school. The biochemistry major earns a B.S. degree.

Honors

Students majoring in Chemistry and judged qualified by the faculty may, upon invitation, elect to pursue honors work in Chemistry. To graduate ''With Honors in Chemistry,'' students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 and a minimum major GPA of 3.5, with no Chemistry grade lower than a ''B-''. They must present their research in a setting outside the chemistry department

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