Schools with Bachelor Degrees in Biochemistry

Biochemistry combines the studies of biology, chemistry and physics to research how science affects living organisms. Students interested in becoming researchers, physicians or scientists may benefit from schools with advanced facilities and an accomplished faculty.

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Students can earn a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry through the biochemistry and chemistry departments of 4-year colleges. Programs can prepare individuals for further graduate study or immediate work in fields like pharmaceutical sales, scientific research and lab assistance.

10 Schools with Biochemistry Programs

Biochemistry bachelor's degree programs are offered at both private and public 4-year institutions. Here are some of your available options.

College/University Location Institution Type Tuition and Fees 2015-2016*
Harvard University Cambridge, MA 4-year, private not-for-profit $45,278
University of California-Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA 4-year, public $12,763 in-state, $37,471 out-of-state
University of Oregon Eugene, OR 4-year, public $10,289 in-state, $32,024 out-of-state
Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, OH 4-year, private not-for-profit $44,560
University of Washington Seattle, WA 4-year, public $11,839 in-state, $34,143 out-of-state
Loyola University Chicago Chicago, IL 4-year, private not-for-profit $40,426
Georgetown University Washington, DC 4-year, private not-for-profit $48,611
Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA 4-year, public $17,514 in-state, $31,346 out-of-state
Seton Hall University South Orange, NJ 4-year, private not-for-profit $38,072
University of North Carolina-Greensboro Greensboro, NC 4-year, public $6,745 in-state, $21,607 out-of-state

Sources: *National Center for Educational Statistics

School Selection Criteria

Students should consider these points when choosing a school:

  • Students should ensure that the program's curriculum provides sufficient instruction related to their desired career.
  • Schools affiliated with or engaged in sponsored activities with national science and biochemical associations may provide students with extracurricular instruction and postgraduate connections.
  • Considering a school's national ranking, faculty reputation and alumni accomplishments in the biochemistry field may aid students in selecting a competitive program.
  • Students may also consider programs that offer internship or fellowship opportunities that will give students the chance to gain career-related experience, as well as the possibility of forging relationships with potential employers.

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

Candidates of a biochemistry program should typically complete high school biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics prior to enrolling in a program. Students may select the direction of their studies based on postgraduate career or academic goals. Some schools may offer special elective courses for students interested in advancing to medical, veterinary or biotechnology graduate programs, or those wishing to minor in a related science. Extensive lab work is often part of an undergraduate program and can culminate in a senior research project or thesis.

Biochemistry bachelor's degree programs can be found at many public and private colleges and universities. Some programs offer internship or fellowship opportunities, which help students gain work-related experience.

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