Biochemistry majors conduct research, study abroad, and intern to get experience at UT. Graduates go on to careers in tech, business, government, and research or go to health or graduate schools.

What do CNS Biochemistry Majors do when they graduate?

Data combined from the Biochemistry respondents of the CNS Graduation Survey from 2014-2023. Data was collected at the time of graduation.

Biochemistry graduation: medical school 26%, employed 26%, seeking employment 16%, other plans 13%, grad school 12%, other health professional school 8%


Check out our industry map to see common industries and job titles for Biochemistry majors. 


Are you curious as to what jobs, employers, internships, and graduate schools are open to CNS Biochemistry majors?

Check out real data reported by CNS Biochemistry alumni below. 


Want more Biochemistry opportunities and resources? More links below.

Research Opportunities
Internship Opportunities
Resume Resources
Additional Resources

Looking for more opportunities to get experience?

Visit our "Ways to Gain Experience" page for experiences and resources open to all majors.

Ways to Gain Experience


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