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What are the major differences between a B.Sc in Biology and a B.Sc in Biochemistry?
Is one more advantageous than the other?
Re: What are the major differences between a B.Sc in Biology and a B.Sc in Biochemist
That entirely depends on what you want to do ultimately. Biochemistry requires a lot stronger understanding of the biochemical aspects of cell biology. It is generally a much harder concentration because of the sheer magnitude of information you need to understand.
Biology is a much more general field that will give you a background on all of it, but will equip you more for general biology research.
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