The MS in Biology will equip graduates to enter professions within the science community and contribute through research, teaching, writing and other avenues – all through the lens of Scripture and beyond the pseudo-boundaries of evolutionary theory.
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 Master of Science in Biology program will include courses from a research curriculum, specific biology content areas—physiology, molecular and cellular biology and organismal biology—departmental seminars and institutional requirements.
Students who apply to the Master of Science in Biology program will be evaluated based on undergraduate GPA (both overall and science/math specific), previous coursework, GRE scores, a personal statement and letters of recommendation.
AREAS OF STUDY
- Planning & Proposing Scientific Research
- Cross-Cultural Ministries Practicum
- Laboratory Rotation
- Environmental analyst
- Field ecologist
- Fisheries biologist
- Marine biologist
- Museum curator
- Natural resources manager
- Park naturalist
- Science educator
- Wildlife manager
Many biology master graduates also pursue chiropractic, dental, medical, physical therapy, physicians assistant, or veterinary degrees or complete doctorate work in a biology-related doctorate program.
Dr. Robert S. Bowen
Dean of The Pilgram Marpeck School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
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“The goal of the coursework is to help students develop a higher level of knowledge within a specific biological field as they prepare to become experts in that area.”
“The additional opportunities available in research and for collaboration between undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty, will enhance the scholarly experience for each facet of our academic community.”
-Dr. Robert S. Bowen, Dean of (STEM) and Associate Professor of Physiology