B.S. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Residential Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Program
The Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology major offers a curriculum in which students study the chemical basis for the structure and function within biological systems. Students will study God’s complex creation at the organismic, cellular, molecular, and atomic levels.
The curriculum is designed to provide a strong foundation in biological and chemical concepts and to provide research-level laboratory experiences. Upon completing the Biochemistry degree, a student will have the knowledge and skills to pursue professional careers or post-graduate training in areas such as immunology, toxicology, pharmacology, neurochemistry, bioorganic, bioinorganic, and biophysical chemistry.
Because you train directly under your professors, rather than graduate students or teaching assistants, you will be exceptionally prepared to succeed in professional or graduate school.
The B.S. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology is offered through the Department of Biology and Chemistry.
Academics: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (B.S.)
120 total hours
Program of Study (DCP)
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
- Biochemistry I & II (BCHM 451, 452)
- Organic Chemistry I & II (CHEM 301, 302)
- Physical Chemistry I & II (CHEM 461, 462)
- Genetics (BIOL 301)
- Microbiology (BIOL 303)
Career Opportunities in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
- Agricultural Biotechnology
- College Professor/Researcher
- Physicians Assistant