Check out our state-of-the-art cell culture laboratory. Samples from this space and others can be analyzed by western blot with our Li-Cor Odyssey imaging system or by fluorescence microscopy with one of our fluorescent microscopes. You'll get even more technical with our high-performance liquid chromatograph, ultraviolet-visible spectrometer, Fourier transform infrared spectrometer, or gas chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry!
If you’ve got a passion for studying life at the molecular level, we would love to work with you! Lakeland’s professors have an impressive collection of high-tech tools they're excited to introduce you to. Together, using Lakeland’s deeply ingrained hands-on approach, you will unlock the many secrets of biochemistry. You will undertake a project, learn how to use and troubleshoot all of your instruments and how to obtain, interpret, and explain your results to an audience.
Majoring in biochemistry opens up numerous career doors. A biochemistry degree from Lakeland will prepare you for medical school or pharmaceutical school because your courses will meet the prerequisites for professional school acceptance.
If you’d prefer to go directly into the workforce, your Lakeland University Biochemistry Bachelor of Science Degree – and the plentiful internship opportunities with local companies – will make you an exceptionally attractive candidate for entry-level positions involving chemistry.
And if you’d prefer to enter graduate school and focus on earning a Ph.D. or Doctorate in Biochemistry, that path is wide open as well. One former Lakeland University student is a Ph.D. candidate in biophysics at prestigious Johns Hopkins University. Another is a Ph.D. candidate in physical chemistry at the University of Michigan.
Lakeland's Cooperative Education program will provide Biochemistry students with 12-18 months of full-time work experience, academic credit for their work, and a combination of scholarships and wages that will significantly reduce or eliminate post-graduation debt.
Looking for more information on our state-of-the-art laboratory and Biochemistry program? Contact us today.