• Biochemistry at Hamline

    Students majoring in Biochemistry receive the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree upon graduation. The Biochemistry Major combines the study of chemistry with the bio-molecular sciences, and is particularly suited to students who plan to go on to graduate training in biochemical and molecular research or medical school. 

    Students majoring in biochemistry go on to pursue careers in academic or industrial research, medicine, business, and government. 

    Hamline majors complete introductory coursework in biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics, and then further their studies with upper-level elective courses in these areas. All biochemistry majors are required to complete an independent research project, and to participate in either the Biology or Chemistry seminar program.

    Biochemistry program directors: Betsy Martinez-Vaz, Biology Department, and Larry Masterson, Chemistry Department.

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    Hamline Initiative for Professional and Academic Liaisons (HIPAL)

    Learning Outcomes

    The purpose of learning outcomes at Hamline University is to ensure that our mission and values are realized in what our graduating students know, value, and can do. View all learning outcomes for Biochemistry.

  • News

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    Assistant Professor of Chemistry Larry R. Masterson and undergraduate students Sidney Dicke, Lexus Tatge, Paige Engen, and Megan Culp published an article in Biochemistry and Biophysics Research Communications.

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    Hamline Initiative for Professional and Academic Liaisons (HIPAL) enables student to start preparing for professional careers during their first year at Hamline with specialized career development resources.

    Undergrad Research at NCUR

    A group of 36 Hamline students are in Memphis, Tennessee to present their collaborative research at the 31st annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Students present original research with topics spanning across a variety of disciplines and programs, from social justice to business, and biology to history.