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Chemistry Major - Biochemistry Concentration

Everything matters: Chemistry, the study of how matter changes, is often called the “central science.” It connects to fields such as genetics, medicine, forensics, nanotechnology, drug discovery, the environment and even computer hardware. A degree in chemistry prepares you for a variety of exciting and rewarding careers, and Salisbury University has the tools to cultivate you into a master of the field.

Why Choose the Biochemistry Program at Salisbury University?

The biochemistry concentration is designed for students interested in developing a deeper understanding of chemical processes in living organisms. This concentration provides a diversified background for postgraduate health-related programs, such as dentistry, medicine or veterinary medicine. When coordinated properly, completion of this track satisfies the requirements of most medical schools.

Careers for Biochemistry Program Graduates

What jobs can a chemistry major get with the biochemistry program? Our Chemistry Department offers a broad selection of programs for students seeking careers in chemistry and the physical sciences. You could find your element with one of the following chemistry career paths:

  • Biomedical Research and Development
  • Clinical Chemistry
  • Agriculture
  • Pharmacology
  • Food Science
  • Toxicology
  • Microbiology
  • Physiology