Biochemistry
Biochemistry uses the combined knowledge of biology, chemistry and genetics to investigate the complexity of the life processes of animals and plants. You’ll be prepared for several postgraduate activities, including graduate study in the life sciences and professional careers in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine and agriculture.

All the Places You Can Go…
Science can lead to almost anywhere. Biochemistry and biology majors can take what they learn in the classroom and apply it to teaching and/or researching in their fields; working in healthcare or science-related industries, or perhaps get paid as a science technical writer. There are multiple possibilities. Here are a few career choices that someone with a biochemistry degree might choose:

Research
Research technician
College professor, researching in own lab
Pharmaceuticals
Biotechnology
Agriculture
Private or government sectors

Industry
Market Research
Product Development and Testing
Aerospace
Scientific Consultation
Patent, Environment, or Medical Law
Biological Entrepreneurship 
Healthcare
Medical doctor
Physical therapy
Dental healthcare
Pharmaceutical research trials
Medical investigator for the Centers for
Disease Control 
Research at the National Institutes of Health
Veterinarian

Science writing
Help explain the science in layman’s terms to
readers and television viewers:
Broadcast journalism
Medical journals
Online magazines
Medical online sites 






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