During Fall of 2002, the University of Vermont announced the creation of an interdisciplinary, BS degree-driven, undergraduate program in biochemistry. This program includes faculty from the Colleges of Agriculture, Arts and Sciences, and Medicine. In addition to course and laboratory work, it includes the opportunity to directly participate in original research with program members, in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, and others across the University.
Graduates from this program are well prepared for careers in a range of areas, including medicine, bio-medical research and teaching, and all of the many disciplines that encompass the molecular aspects of the life sciences. With the recent publication of the Human Genome and other discoveries describing the molecular basis of life, tremendous opportunities await students with the right background and training.
Don’t just watch the future of science — join us and become part of community of scientists making it happen!
Learn more about the Undergraduate Biochemistry Program