I advise students with many different career goals. You will likely be assigned to me if you have interests in biochemistry/chemical biology, pre-professional programs (like medicine, pharmacy, and dentistry), toxicology, organic chemistry, chemical education, and chemical/biomedical engineering. I am also the department liason for advising conditionally admitted students. I have a lot of experience (personal and professional) working with "at-risk" student groups, first generation students, and students who aren't great at math, so feel free to come chat with me if you need some help in these areas.
The chemistry degree with the added biochemistry concentration is a fantastic program that gives students the classes they need to get into professional schools as well as graduate study in any of the biomolecular sciences (cell biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics). Feel free to come meet with me if you think the biochemistry concentration is right for you and your career goals.
Additionally, I am a faculty mentor for the pre-professional health society. If you have questions about studying pre-professional health at APSU, please make an appointment with me so we can get you the answers you are looking for! It's a great group with an active Facebook group page and a you can also find more information through PeayLink. I highly encourage you to check it out! Also of interest to you may be XEM, our chemistry club, BBB, and the biological honors society. If you are interested in the APSU PPH Peer Mentoring Program, I am also currently the corrdinator for that. These are things I know about, and if you want to know more you can either stop by or email me.
If you are interested in pre-professional studies, please visit the Office of Pre-Professional Health.
For the APSU Course Bulletins, please go here. Be sure to click on the catalog for the year that you began attending APSU. Four-year course planning guides can also be found at this link.