Biology Degree Program
What does Randall's Biology Degree have to offer?
Randall University's Bachelor of Science in Biology degree will expose students to various disciplines of biological sciences emphasizing a Biblical perspective but including alternate views for a well-rounded education. The goal of this approach is to develop a strong foundation for future academic or vocational pursuits. Through intense scientific study and discussion, the Christian faculty at Randall will develop a greater understanding of the broad array of life God has entrusted to us and the stewardship necessary to maintain and care for it.
Opportunities with a Biology Degree
The Biology Program at Randall is designed to equip students with the tools and experiences necessary for entering both advanced academic work and the scientific workforce. Examples of opportunities open to our students after graduation are:
- Industry – environmental biologists, safety, product quality control, pharmaceutical laboratories.
- Government – law enforcement laboratories (FBI, state/local police laboratories)
- Academia – pursuit of advanced degrees in biological sciences
- Veterinary Science
- Education – teach biology in public and private high schools
- Research – National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control, university laboratories
Graduates acquiring this biology degree will be able to:
- develop and maintain an active, growing faith in the God of the Bible through a Christian worldview of biology,
- demonstrate an understanding of key concepts of critical thinking and problem solving as they apply to the study of the complexities of life on Earth,
- apply the scientific method to arrive at scientifically sound conclusions based upon the research of others found in the creation and evolutionary scientific literature,
- design and execute experiments, acquire and analyze data, and present scientifically defensible conclusions by using standard biology laboratory techniques and instrumentation, and
- articulate ethical standards based on a biblical foundation.
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Contact Biology Program Director
Philip Kemp, PhD