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Welcome to the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology!

Our department's comprehensive degree program ensures students are fully equipped for various postgraduate health professional and veterinarian programs. Remarkably, up to 40% of our graduates secure placements in medical schools, underscoring our commitment to cultivating future Oklahoma health professionals. As a community of research scientists, we actively foster a culture of inquiry and innovation, encouraging students to pursue additional training for careers in research and scientific exploration.



A sound background in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology can be used to improve health care and quality of life.


The department offers a program of graduate study leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees, and all of our graduates are successfully employed.

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Scientists within our department are doing research that is changing the way we see the world.

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Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Trained individuals in molecular sciences can anticipate bright career prospects, with projections over the next 20 years pointing to thousands of unfilled science and engineering positions. Shortages are expected, especially in genetics, biochemistry, and molecular biology fields. This highlights the value of pursuing education and training in these specialized areas for fulfilling career opportunities in the evolving realm of science and technology.

Whatis Biochemistry and Molecular Biology?

Biochemistry is the central scientific discipline linking the chemical, physical, and biological sciences.

WhyBiochemistry and Molecular Biology?

Our main goal is to develop scientists capable of applying rational thought and scientific tools to produce new knowledge.

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