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Top Biochemistry Colleges

As a biochemistry major, you’ll learn how to apply the biological and chemical principles of living things to development of new medicines. Various areas of concentration are available including: General Biochemistry, Pre-Pharmacy, or Health & Medical Sciences.

Earning a degree in biochemistry will prepare students for careers in a variety of settings including: universities, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, government agencies, and research laboratories.

What do you need to make it in a Biochemistry program?

Not surprisingly, future biochemists need to be extremely strong students of advanced science. Additionally, since many biochemists work in or manage teams, interpersonal skills and communication are essential for success.

Your Biochemistry College Checklist:

  • How is your prospective college viewed by pharmaceutical companies?
  • What is the professional background of the faculty?
  • How many students are in each class?
  • Since many biochemistry majors pursue medical or pharmacist degrees, how do medical/pharmacy schools view the undergraduate institutions you are considering?
  • Do they have the most up-to-date computers and technology that help prepare students for the cutting edge aspects of the field?
  • Do undergraduate students have access to the premier laboratories or are they reserved for graduate/Ph.D. students?
  • What independent project(s) or independent research are required as part of the degree?

The Top Biochemistry Colleges & Universities

Biochemistry is a competitive field and finding the right college and program is often key to landing a good job. Schools that are held in particularly high regard by professionals, employers and students include: Case Western Reserve University, Rice University, UC San Diego, and Villanova University. For a complete list of College Transitions Top Biochemistry Colleges and Universities, click here.

*College lists are compiled on the basis of counselor interviews, guide books, exhaustive internet searches (of college and departmental websites), and data provided by The College Board and the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).

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