Fee: NPR 750,000

Eight semesters and four years are required to complete the bachelor of science in medical biochemistry (B.Sc. Medical Biochemistry) program. Medical biochemistry is the program's primary area of study. The foundation of all contemporary biology is biochemistry. A thorough comprehension of the underlying metabolic processes is necessary for advancements in fields as diverse as medicine, plant breeding, and industrial biotechnology.

The main objectives of the degree are:

  • To develop technical professionals by fostering and enhancing knowledge that leads to a Master's degree in medical biochemistry
  • To instill in students the fundamental ideas and most recent advancements in medical biochemistry and molecular biology
  • To increase student's awareness of the most pressing problems facing the field.