Agricultural Biochemistry

Agricultural biochemistry in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences will teach you how to apply science and math towards our understanding of human, plant and animal life. You will learn by working directly with your instructors in nationally recognized research laboratories. If your goal is to work in the pharmaceutical, food or agribusiness industries, or if you think you would like to go on to medical, pharmacy, veterinary or graduate school, agricultural biochemistry is the starting point for your adventure.

Adviser:
Donald Beitz
(515) 294-5626
Did you Know?Students may join the Biochemistry & Biophysics Learning Community to enroll in chemistry and mathematics classes together and connect with other biochemistry majors, faculty and peer mentors in activities outside of the classroom.