Our graduates are well prepared for work in genomic, diagnostic, medical, and forensic fields applying their skills in molecular biosciences. They work in government, academic, and private sector laboratories. ABMB graduates often enter graduate programs to receive additional training and advancement.
The B.S. Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Biology program can prepare undergraduate students who plan to continue their education in various graduate or professional schools or programs. For additional information, please review the Pre-Professional Programs page.
Careers in ABMB are financially rewarding and will continue to grow into the next century.Use the Request Information form to receive a program summary and learn more about the Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.