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Undergraduate Certificate in Biochemistry

The university offers a certificate program for science majors who are interested in careers in biochemistry. The Biochemistry Certificate is an interdisciplinary specialization that may be earned within either a biology major or a chemistry major. To earn the certificate, biology majors must enroll in the Biochemistry Certificate Program upon the completion of 60 credit hours, fulfill all the science (biology, chemistry, math, and physics) course requirements for the B.S. degree in biology, and successfully complete the following courses:

Chem 2622, Organic Chemistry II
Biol/Chem 4712, Biochemistry
Chem 2223, Quantitative Analysis
Chem 2633, Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Biol 4713, Techniques in Biochemistry or
Chem 4733, Biochemistry Laboratory
Chem 4722, Advanced Biochemistry

And three of the following biology courses:

2482, Microbiology
2483, Microbiology Laboratory
3642, Development
4602, Molecular Biology
4612, Molecular Genetics of Bacteria
4614, Biotechnology Laboratory I
4622, Molecular Cell Biology
4632, Nucleic Acid Structure and Function
4842, Immunobiology

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