According to the University of Arkansas, "The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry offers two degree programs leading to either Bachelor of Science degree or a Bachelor of Arts degree. The Bachelor of Science degree also offers two concentrations - a biophysical concentration and a biochemistry concentration - that students may pursue. The Bachelor of Arts degree also has a biochemistry concentration."

Ability to design experiments Ability to look at problems from different perspectives
Ability to work safely and effectively in a laboratory Analytical Skills
Awareness of ethical issues Collaboration
Creative thinking Experience of writing reports
IT skills Numeracy and Math
Observational skills Planning
Presentation skills Presentation skills
Problem solving Quantitative reasoning
Time management Written and oral communication

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