Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College



Biochemistry illuminates the fundamental unity of life, through the study of molecules and pathways that are conserved from E. coli to Homo sapiens.

The study of the structures, functions, and interactions between biological molecules forms the focus of the work of biochemists.  Biochemistry majors will build and expand their capacity to think, work, and communicate as scientists.  Majors will use biochemical knowledge for experimental design, data analysis and interpretation, scientific reports and presentations, and exposure to the research literature.  Mastery in these essential areas will prepare biochemistry graduates for graduate study in the health professions or natural sciences, as well as for work in a research environment.

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