Interested? Learn more about how you can become another one of our phenomenal graduates making a difference for God’s Kingdom. Listen to Dr. John Moore, Professor of Biology, discuss the value of having of a Christian perspective in biology.
It's a faith-integrated study of living things
Do medical schools want biology majors? Over the last thirty years, nearly every Taylor biology graduate who completed our program with at least a 3.6 GPA and good score on the MCAT has been accepted into medical schools like University of Michigan, Harvard, Mayo Clinic, University of Chicago, Indiana University, Ohio State University, Johns Hopkins and many other top-notch medical schools.
So, we’d say that medical schools definitely want biology majors, and especially Taylor’s biology majors. That’s because not only do we have the national recognition that comes from being ranked #1 six times in a row by U.S. News and World Report, but more importantly, we truly address science and faith integration. We prepare you to tackle global and local issues in the public or private sector through thoughtful study, preparation and dialogue about the issues that face Christians today in the study and application of science.
After four years of studying biology at Taylor, you’ll be ready to take the next step towards careers in: medicine, research, physical therapy, ecology, public health, nursing, wildlife biology, veterinary medicine, teaching at the high school or college level and so many others.
Read this testimony from Becky (Chow ’09) Hoesli, a Taylor biology/pre-med graduate who is currently studying at the University of Michigan.
Take the next step
Dr. Andy Whipple will deliver the 2013 School of Natural and Applied Sciences Distinguished Lecture at 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 26, during Taylor’s Heritage Weekend.
The 48th Annual Natural Sciences Seminar, a series of Monday afternoon lectures and presentations, begins Monday, September 17. The meetings will be held at 4:00 p.m., each Monday in Room 109 in Taylor University’s Euler Science Complex.
Taylor University officials are set to welcome the largest incoming freshman class in school history. An expected 560 new students are set to arrive this weekend: 518 of them being freshmen and 42 additional transfer students.