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Welcome to the Biochemistry Program

The Biochemistry Bachelors of Science program is a joint effort between the Departments of Biological Sciences and Chemistry. This program is accomplished through 14 core courses including: Molecular Biology, Biophysical Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Biochemistry Laboratory. Additional courses can be found by visiting the degree requirements page. 

Biochemistry is primarily a laboratory science. The curriculum emphasizes modern laboratory techniques as well as encouraging students to participate in Biochemical independent laboratory research.

With the Binghamton University Bachelors Degree in Biochemistry, students will be prepared for an array of future possibilities from laboratory research to graduate or medical school.


To declare your major as biochemistry

Please fill out this form and bring it to an advisor during their office hours. Office hours are listed here.

For more information

Contact:

Dr. Susan Bane
Program Director
Email: sbane@binghamton.edu

Maura Loew
Assistant to the Director
Email: mloew1@binghamton.edu


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Last Updated: 10/8/14