Why get a master’s degree in biochemistry?
Do you want to be involved in research at the frontiers of biochemistry, molecular biology and cell biology? Our M.S. in biochemistry lets you combine a rigorous curriculum in biochemistry and related disciplines with a wide variety of interdisciplinary research opportunities. You can delve into research on pharmacology, physical biochemistry, endocrinology, structural biology, or cancer biology. The graduate biochemistry program prepares you for a successful career in biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, blood analysis, academic and government research laboratories, or for advanced studies in doctoral programs, medical or dental school, veterinary school, or health-related professional programs.
Why choose UNH for your degree?
At UNH, the graduate biochemistry program emphasizes interdisciplinary research training in well-equipped research laboratories and facilities. You can participate in cutting-edge research in areas ranging from tumor cell biology to protein structure, function and regulation to signal transduction pathways. Laboratory rotations familiarize you with campus research labs. UNH is ranked among the nation’s highest-performing research universities, having earned a Carnegie Classification R1. The university’s research portfolio brings in more than $110 million in competitive external funding each year. An accelerated B.S./M.S. program also is available for undergraduate students.
- Clinical researcher
- Forensic analyst
- Lab manager
- Research scientist