A faith-integrated study of living things

Over the last thirty years, nearly every Taylor biology graduate who completed our program with at least a 3.6 GPA and earned a good score on the MCAT was accepted into medical school. Graduates have attended schools like University of Michigan, Harvard Medical School, Mayo Medical School, University of Chicago, Indiana University, Ohio State University, and Johns Hopkins University, among others.

At Taylor, we integrate science and faith. Through thoughtful study, preparation and dialogue about issues Christians face in studying and applying science, we prepare you to tackle global and local issues in the public and private sectors.

Becky Hoesli Biology ProfileAfter 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, education and 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. John Moore discusses the value of a Christian perspective in biology.

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.

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BioLogos Presentation Studies Harmony Between the Bible and Science

Published: October 15, 2015

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.

Taylor Science Seminar Series Continues Monday

Published: September 25, 2015

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.

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