The Department of Biochemistry offers a bachelor of science (BS) and a minor in Biochemistry for undergraduates and a Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry for graduate students.
Our major is at the interface of several key sciences. You are trained in biology, chemistry, physics and calculus. And, your elective coursework comes from a variety of areas that match your interests and goals — that could include computers, business, psychology, or even art.Learn more
As a graduate student in our program, you will work closely with internationally recognized faculty doing research at the cutting edge of science to investigate an array of exciting questions. Through a combination of coursework, seminars, and original research, you will complete a Ph.D. degree and acquire the skills needed to become an independent research scientist.Learn more
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is located in a vibrant and safe city of nearly 300,000 people that has the cultural and entertainment benefits of a larger city, with the feel of a friendly Midwestern community.
Beyond the city, students enjoy the rolling Great Plains, prairies, streams, rivers, wetlands, and forests of Lincoln and Nebraska. Nebraska has unique ecosystems that students get to study in their own backyard. If you love the great outdoors, Nebraska is the place for you.
The city of Lincoln has much to offer! Campus is located near the state capitol, several museums, and movie theaters.
- Lied Center for the Performing Arts
- Memorial Stadium
- Pinnacle Bank Arena
- Haymarket Park
- Extensive trail system
The newly renovated historic Haymarket district boasts coffee shops with character, one of Lincoln’s many microbreweries, an ethnically diverse array of restaurant cuisines, antique stores, a Farmer’s Market and the Railyard Entertainment District.