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Biochemistry Graduate Programs

Biochemistry involves the science of chemical and physical elements in living things and the biological functions of cell generation and progression. Many of biochemistry’s original theories on biochemical action and basic experimentation have experienced a revolutionary modernization and now are much more broad.

Overview

Today’s renaissance of biochemistry is enhanced by the growing need for a mechanistic understanding of biological processes in academia, industry and medicine. In response to a rising demand for individuals with extensive biochemical training, TU’s graduate option provides students with detailed knowledge of basic principles in biochemistry.

We stress the applications of their curriculum in a stimulating laboratory environment along with the critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in their chosen endeavors. Students regularly interact with chemists and material scientists, creating research collaborations across traditional boundaries. Graduates gain a unique perspective on fundamental biological problems and contribute to scientific progress and society.

Degree Options

 

Biochemistry, Thesis Option, M.S.

Strongly recommended for those planning to pursue graduate study at the Ph.D. level and for those intending to pursue research-oriented employment.


Biochemistry, Non-Thesis Option, M.S.

Provides students with a stronger foundation in chemistry for professional schools or personal knowledge.


Biochemistry, M.S. (Accelerated Master’s)

Highly motivated students to accelerate their education and earn a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in biochemistry in five years.