Taylor University has announced two new interdisciplinary majors. Students can now earn a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry and sustainable development.
The biochemistry major is being offered by the university’s chemistry department. Department Chair Dr. Dan Hammond says graduates will be prepared for careers and graduate study in areas such as toxicology, crop science and biomedical research.
A part of the Earth and Environmental Science Department, the sustainable development degree combines courses from environmental science, public health, sociology and economics. The major provides students the opportunity to choose from four concentrations, each of which features an international field-based course in either Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala or Africa.
To learn more about the new major offerings at Taylor University, click here.