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Biochemistry M m

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

Are you fascinated by the genetic code? Would you like to learn more about the chemistry, molecules, and chemical processes necessary for life to exist? Do you love research and hands-on experience?

As a biochemistry major at Spring Hill College, you’ll have the opportunity to follow two professional tracks: human biochemistry designed for students interested in pre-med or the allied health fields, or molecular biochemistry and research.

Our Careers

  • Biological Consultant
  • Biological or Medical Illustrator
  • Biological Photographer
  • Cell Culture Operator
  • Crime Lab Technician

  • Dental Hygienist
  • Dietician Nurse
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • Field Biologist
  • Field Ecologist
  • Food and Drug Inspector
  • Forensic Service Technician
  • Human Resources Staff
  • Industrial Hygienist
  • Industrial Process Manager
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Meat and Poultry Food Inspector
  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Records Administrator
  • Medical Technician
  • Medical Writer
  • Nutritionist
  • Primary or Secondary Teacher
  • Radiology Technician
  • Science Journalism
  • Science Librarian
  • University Research Assistant
  • Veterinary Technician
  • Zoo Assistant
  • Zoologist

Badgers in Grad School

  • LSU Shreveport Medical School
  • Case Western Reserve Medical School
  • Notre Dame
  • University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Georgia Institute of Technology

  • Tulane
  • Tuskegee University
  • Washington University
  • Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine


James Kizziah ’15

Biochemistry works for me as a major because it combines the best aspects of chemistry and biology. I learn about anatomy, physiology, and cell biology--alongside organic chemistry, physical chemistry, and analytical.

— James Kizziah ’15

Whitney Webre

I have always been interested in science and the environment and a biochemistry degree gave me the best of both worlds.

— Whitney Webre

Fast Facts

Number of Faculty: 8

Popular Second Majors: Business

Clubs: ACS, The American Chemical Society

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