Eric Helms, Coordinator
(Integrated Science Center 326 H)
HEGIS Code: 0414.00
The interdepartmental degree in Biochemistry stresses basic science and analytical skills. Extensive laboratory experience is acquired making use of the modern instrumentation in both the Biology and Chemistry departments. Graduates of this program are well prepared for employment in the fields of Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Cell Biology, and Molecular Biology. The program also provides excellent preparation for the pursuit of advanced academic or professional degrees.
Biology and Biochemistry Proficiency: Students must have a C+ or better average in their first two REQUIRED Biology lecture courses at SUNY Geneseo to remain as Biology or Biochemistry majors. For most this is Biol 117 and Biol 119 but for those accepting AP credits or transfer students it could be other combinations.
Not available to students majoring in Neuroscience.
ProgramsBachelor of Science