What is Biochemistry?
Biochemistry takes the practices of general chemistry one step further by focusing on the chemical makeup of, and reactions within, living things. By specializing in the chemical nature of living systems, biochemists develop skills that have broad applications within a variety of industries.
What makes Walsh's Biochemistry major unique?
• Renowned Faculty. Our instructors have significant experience within the chemistry field.
• Strong Research Focus. Each of our biochemistry students graduates with an ample amount of laboratory research experience due to the required laboratory work in our curriculum.
• Cutting-Edge Experience. Biochemistry students have the opportunity to take classes in bioinformatics - a rapidly developing scientific field that combines biology and chemistry with math and computer science.
In addition, students have the option to enroll in Walsh's new 4+1 Program for non-business majors who would like to supplement their bachelor's degree with an MBA. Through the program, students simultaneously earn undergraduate and graduate credit for Walsh's MBA Prep Series courses, saving both time and money as students pursue their advanced degree.
Generally speaking, what courses will I need to take?
Biochemistry students take coursework that combines biology, chemistry and math. They also gain a considerable amount of laboratory experience.
Some specific courses include:
- Cell Biology
- Organic Chemistry
- Clinical and Physical Biochemistry
- Principles of Physics
- Differential and Integral Calculus