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Biomolecular Sciences

What Can I Do With A Major In Biomolecular Sciences?

Biomolecular Science spans the boundaries between the traditional biology and chemistry disciplines. Breakthroughs in this field have led to amazing developments in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, genetic engineering and medicine. The field predominantly concerns itself with understanding the interactions between the various systems of a cell as well as learning how these interactions are regulated.

Located in Copernicus Hall, the Biomolecular Sciences Department includes a wide range of modern research equipment in laboratories designed both for class instruction and for independent student research. Special facilities include a protein purification and analysis facility, a cell culture facility, a molecular genetics research laboratory, a laboratory animal care suite, a microbiology lab (certified by the Connecticut State Department of Public Health), and a computer laboratory. Student-centered biomolecular research activity is also promoted, fostered, and supported by the Biotechnology Institute at CCSU, an interdisciplinary organization (housed in the Biomolecular Sciences Department) that is dedicated to developing college graduates with excellent research skills.

Visit CCSU’s Biomolecular Sciences Department webpage here.

Sample of Related Occupations

Biological Technician

Biomolecular Scientist


Laboratory Technician

Medical Assistant

Medical Doctor

Medical Technician

Pharmaceutical Sales Representative


Pharmacy Technician

Research Associate

Technical Writer

For additional information on each occupation or any others you may be considering, please visit the Occupational Outlook Handbook, a nationally recognized source of career information, put together by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Professional Associations & Additional Career Information

American Society for Cell Biology

American Society for Microbiology

Biotechnology Industry Organization

BMC Biotechnology

CCSU Pre-Health Advisory Committee

Explore Health Careers

National Human Genome Research Institute

National Institute of Health

Science Daily

Internships, Co-ops and Employment Opportunities

Biomolecular Sciences majors may find experiential opportunities or employment in a number of areas depending on your skills, abilities and experience. Career-related internships and co-op placements are a great avenue to establishing yourself as a qualified candidate for full-time, professional-level career opportunities after graduation.

The following list of employers and job titles shows opportunities where the employer was specifically looking for biomolecular sciences majors. This list is meant to be a resource for further career-related investigation and DOES NOT REFLECT current openings. To look for current openings, please visit College Central Network, CCSU's online job, internship, and co-op database, on the Career Success Center website here.

Celebration Foods (Carvel) - Quality Assurance Technician

Central Area Health Education Center - Youth Health Service Corps and Health Careers Coordinator

Clean Water Action - Global Warming & Clean Energy Internship

NASA - NASA Undergraduate Student Research Program

New Britain Health Department - Bioterrorism/Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Coordinator

Northeast Laboratories - Laboratory Technician

Plum Island Animal Disease Center - Research Participation Program

Quest Diagnostics - Paramedical Sales Internship

Schreiber Foods - Production Team Advisor, Quality Assurance Team Advisor

Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary - Education Intern

U.S. Department of Agriculture - Plant Protection Aid/Technician

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Research Assistant, Data Management/Analyst