The M.S. degree in biochemistry is a research-based program coupled with sufficient advanced course work to provide a strong background from which students may pursue research, under the direct guidance of a faculty member, in their chosen areas of interest. The program is designed to develop the professional skills required to be a successful researcher in biochemistry.
A M.S. degree in biochemistry provides a wide variety of career opportunities in areas as diverse as pharmaceuticals, biochemistry, the food industry, and environmental studies, as well as many others. Furthermore, a M.S. degree is generally required to be able to teach at the college level.
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The College of Sciences offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees to approximately 3,000 students in various areas. With approximately 130 full-time faculty, the college has created a well-rou ... Read More