CBC Majors and Minors

B.S. in Biochemistry

The Bachelor of Science degree program provides students with a strong scientific foundation for those interested in careers which involve laboratory research or graduate studies in the field of biochemistry. It requires at least 1 year of research experience in a lab, and culminates in a Senior Capstone project.

B.A. in Biochemistry

The Bachelor of Arts degree program provides students with those same scientific foundations, and it allows more flexibility for students who aim to pursue double majors or minors in different areas of study. The B.A. is designed for students interested in non-laboratory or health-related professions.

B.S. in Chemistry

The Bachelor of Science degree program in chemistry is certified by the American Chemical Society, providing students with a well-rounded chemical education and an edge when applying for scientific careers or graduate school for chemistry.

B.A. in Chemistry

The Bachelor of Arts degree program provides students with the same foundations in chemistry, but students can choose to focus on certain chemistry areas that suit their interests and goals. This path may be suitable for those students interested in working a field which requires chemistry, but is less research-focused.

Majors - Checklist & Sample 4-Year Plans for 2023-2024 School Year

The checklists below are for planning purposes only, not to replace the official UA Academic Program Requirement Reports for the degrees. Official requirement reports for each catalog year can be found in the | UA general catalog |. Be sure to select your catalog year as requirements may change from year to year.

Checklists for students starting prior to Fall 2023 can be found in the Catalog or students should consult with a CBC advisor.

BIOC Majors

CHEM Majors

Minors - BIOC or CHEM

Course Descriptions

Course descriptions are available in the General Catalog. Typical offerings may not always be perfectly up-to-date. The Guest Class Schedule shows current offerings. Please contact an advisor for questions on semester specific offerings and other course questions. Students can view the Schedule of Classes in their UAccess Student Center.

Contact the Undergraduate Advisors:

Email: CBC-Advising@distribution.arizona.edu
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