Biochemistry Major (Bachelor of Science)
Students who earn a biochemistry degree from Creighton University become future professionals—doctors, dentists, researchers, pharmacists.
The biochemistry major combines foundational courses in chemistry, biology and physics with advanced biochemistry and biology electives. Students study metabolism, enzymology and structural biology, along with the study of biopolymers, such as proteins and nucleic acids.
The BS in biochemistry is especially suitable for students interested in medicine. It offers an excellent preparation for a graduate education in biochemistry and for careers in biochemistry and related fields, including molecular biology and biophysics.