Biochemistry at the University of Missouri is a division of the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources and a department of the School of Medicine. As a nationally ranked top 10 biochemistry department among public medical schools, we offer outstanding training that help students achieve their goals. We have 31 core faculty members and approximately 30 additional members, all of whom are available to mentor students in biochemistry. Nearly all facets of contemporary biochemical research are represented in their collective research interests. Our highly interactive program is an integral part of a campus-wide network of research programs including life sciences, genetics, nutrition, plant biochemistry and structural biology.
Fall deadline: January 5
|Test Type||Total Score||Reading||Listening||Speaking||Writing|
|TOEFL Internet -based||95||17||17||17||17|
|When did you take the GRE?||Verbal + Quantitative||Analytical|
|Prior to August 1, 2011||Average scores > 60%||Average scores > 60%|
|On or after August 1, 2011||Average scores > 60%||Average scores > 60%|
The following entrance requirements must be met:
Strongly Recommended Courses
These prerequisites should have been met during the undergraduate curriculum. Recommended courses may be taken during the first year of the graduate program. Satisfactory completion of a qualifying exam is expected by the end of the first year and of a comprehensive examination by the end of the second academic year in graduate study.