Bachelor of Science in Biology
The Bachelor of Science in Biology degree prepares students with a sound core curriculum in mathematics, biology, chemistry and physics—all from a Christian worldview.
The Bachelor of Science in Biology degree offers two distinct concentrations in general biology and pre-health sciences. Students will be exposed to the physio-structural, molecular and cellular, ecological, and organismal aspects of biology while preparing for a successful transition into graduate and professional programs in biology and health related fields. Our educational goal, no matter what biological discipline our students choose to study, is that they will be competent biologists who represent the God of Creation well.
The concentration in general biology is supported by:
- A comprehensive laboratory curriculum
- An exceptional internship program
- Opportunities to participate in laboratory and field research
- An extensive professional network that includes other universities, medical centers and government organizations
AREAS OF STUDY
- Principles of Biology I and II
- Anatomy and Physiology I and II
- Environmental Analyst
- Field Ecologist
- Fisheries Biologist
- Marine Biologist
- Museum Curator
- Natural Resources Manager
- Park Naturalist
- Science Educator
- Wildlife Manager
Review the Curriculum Outline for General Biology.
The concentration in pre-health sciences prepares students pursuing professional training in the health industry. Many biology graduates also pursue chiropractic, dental, medical, physical therapy, physicians assistant, or veterinary degrees or complete graduate work in a biology-related graduate program.
Review the Curriculum Outline for Pre-Health Sciences.
Dr. Robert S. Bowen
Dean of The Pilgram Marpeck School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
email@example.com – 706-865-2134, ext. 6400.
Concentration in General Biology
Concentration in Pre-Health Sciences
“My number one passion here is pouring into the lives of students and being able to encourage them in the Lord.”
-Thomas Hennigan, TMU Associate Professor of Biology