The Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology program prepares students for a variety of careers by focusing on the study of living organisms at the biochemical, molecular and cellular levels. It integrates a popular and rigorous academic curriculum with extensive hands-on experiences to develop technical and laboratory skills.
Two-thirds of BMCB graduates immediately obtain work as researchers in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or biomedical fields.
One-third of BMCB majors enter directly into one of the health professions (medical school, veterinary school, etc.) or go to graduate school for an M.S. or Ph.D. to further advance their career goals in academia or a research environment.
- Program Overview
- Career QuickFacts - Biochemists and Biophysicists*
- Career QuickFacts - Microbiologists*
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Median salary data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics is the median for all employed in the field and not entry-level salary.