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  • Objectives
    As a student of Biochemistry at Carleton University, you will be provided with a solid foundation in Biology and Chemistry, as well as with many opportunities to apply your knowledge to modern-day challenges facing the discipline. Our programs help you understand how advancements in biochemistry can be successfully applied to a wide range of issues. By developing a strong foundation in both basic and applied science, you will become a better scientist, and your undergraduate education will allow you greater flexibility throughout your career.
  • Practical experience
    Our Biochemistry programs provide you with hands-on work experience in well-equipped laboratories. If you are an Honours Biochemistry student, you will have the additional opportunity to develop a research project in an area of special interest, working alongside a faculty adviser. Not only will you graduate with exceptional hands-on experience with some of the most up-to-date methodology, but you will also have a defined area of expertise.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Computational Biochemistry
  • Course description
    Computational Biochemistry
    B.Sc. Honours (20.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the Major (13.5 credits):

       1. 2.0 credits in BIOL 1003, BIOL 1004, BIOL 2104, BIOL 3104;
       2. 3.0 credits in CHEM 1000 [1.0], CHEM 2103 or BIOC 2300, CHEM 2203, CHEM 2303, CHEM 2501;
       3. 0.5 credit in CHEM 2204 or CHEM 2206;
       4. 4.0 credits in: BIOC 2200, BIOC 3006 [1.0], BIOC 3101, BIOC 3102, BIOC 3202, BIOC 3008, BIOC 4008;
       5. 1.5 credits in COMP 1002, COMP 1005, COMP 1006;
       6. 1.5 credits in MATH 2800, BIOL 3604, MATH 3800, BIOC 2400, BIOC 3400, BIOC 4202;
       7. 1.0 credit in BIOC 4906 [1.0] or BIOC 4908 [1.0];

       2. Credits Not Included in the Major (6.5 credits):

       8. 1.0 credit in PHYS 1007 and PHYS 1008, or PHYS 1003 and PHYS 1004;
       9. 2.0 credits in MATH 1007, MATH 1107, MATH 2007 and STAT 2507;
      10. 0.5 credit in NSCI 1000 or Approved Arts or Social Sciences;
      11. 1.5 credits in Approved Arts or Social Sciences;
      12. 1.0 credit in COMP 2002, and COMP at the 2000-level or above;
      13. 0.5 credit in free electives.

    • BIOC 2200 - Cell Physiology and Biochemistry
    • BIOC 2300 - Physical Biochemistry
    • BIOC 2400 - Independent Research I
    • BIOC 2909 - Co-operative Work Term Report 1
    • BIOC 3006 - Practical Biochemistry
    • BIOC 3008 - Introduction to Bioinformatics
    • BIOC 3101 - General Biochemistry I
    • BIOC 3102 - General Biochemistry II
    • BIOC 3202 - Biophysical Techniques and Applications
    • BIOC 3400 - Independent Research II
    • BIOC 3909 - Co-operative Work Term Report 2
    • BIOC 4001 - Methods in Biochemistry
    • BIOC 4004 - Industrial Biochemistry
    • BIOC 4005 - Biochemical Regulation
    • BIOC 4007 - Membrane Biochemistry
    • BIOC 4008 - Advanced Bioinformatics
    • BIOC 4009 - Biochemistry of Disease
    • BIOC 4200 - Immunology
    • BIOC 4201 - Animal Cell Culture: Methods and Applications
    • BIOC 4202 - Mutagenesis and DNA Repair
    • BIOC 4203 - Advanced Metabolism
    • BIOC 4204 - Macromolecular Structure and Function
    • BIOC 4400 - Nuclear Dynamics and the Cell Cycle
    • BIOC 4708 - Principles of Toxicology
    • BIOC 4901 - Selected Topics in Biochemistry
    • BIOC 4906 - Interdisciplinary Research Project
    • BIOC 4907 - Honours Essay and Research Proposal
    • BIOC 4908 - Research Project
    • BIOC 4909 - Co-operative Work Term Report 3

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