Biomolecular Science at St. Olaf
The Biomolecular Science Concentration is designed for students who seek to understand the core sciences of biology and chemistry but want to pursue an integrated selection of upper-level courses in areas such as molecular genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, bioinformatics, bio-physics and more. The flexibility of the program allows these areas to expand and change over time.
"Biomolecular science incorporates such a wide range of scientific fields," says Assistant Professor of Chemistry Beth Abdella, who directs the biomolecular science program. "Expanding interest in the intersections of traditional disciplines such as psychology and physics has led to the development and growth of new scientific areas. Biochemistry and molecular biology have been recognized as interdisciplinary sciences for many years. Newer on the scene are fields such as bioinformatics, molecular evolution and biophysical chemistry."
Learn more about the Biomolecular Science concentration at St. Olaf. Download the Biomolecular Science concentration PDF (Requires Adobe Acrobat).
Visit the Biomolecular Science website.