Students choose the molecular biology, biochemistry and bioinformatics minor to gain a background in these dynamic fields that are revolutionizing medicine, pharmacology, ecology, chemistry, environmental science and agriculture.
The MB3 curriculum, which includes state-of-the-art laboratory courses, is valuable for students with major interests in science and mathematics. The minor will broaden your scientific understanding and enhance your career options.
Graduates with knowledge in biology, biochemistry and bioinformatics are in demand for positions in the biotech industry, public health, scientific journalism, environmental concerns and as candidates for graduate and professional schools.
Towson University’s MB3 program typifies the combination of big-school resources and small-school personalized attention that is the hallmark of a Towson University education.
You can view minor requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.