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.
A faith-integrated study of living things
Biology applies the scientific process to explore and understand the living realm of God's creation. Taylor's biology program exposes students to this broad diversity of life—from molecules to ecosystems—and equips you to understand and implement the process of scientific discovery. Through upper-level courses, on- and off-campus research internships, and/or practicums, students can orient their degree—whether in Biology or Biology Science Education—to best prepare themselves to excel in their post-graduate field.
Taylor's biology faculty actively advise students one-on-one to help them choose the route best for their long-term goals, whether they're aiming for medical, dental or veterinary school, physical therapy, education, or biology research (among others).
Take the next step
Rachel VanTries, a senior biology student from Indianapolis, has landed a two-year fellowship in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA) program.
The Taylor University Department of Biology will present BioLogos – The Harmony Between Science and Biblical Faith: The Lost World of Adam and Eve Genesis 2 & 3 on Saturday October 31, from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Sustainable land management, public health emergencies, medical missions, urban gardens, and bridging science, ethics and religion are among the topics being covered during the Annual Natural Sciences Seminar, a series of Monday afternoon lectures and presentations hosted by Taylor University’s Department of Natural Sciences each Monday during the Fall Semester.