Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Biology
Science and Mathematics
Explore the natural sciences and mathematics as disciplines through which you can learn to understand creation and its Creator.
Science Lab Renovation
Professor Cindy Wingert and her class thank all those who have given to make the Cedarville University Gross Anatomy Lab a state of the art facility.
CU student presents Ghana research at Global Health Conference
Senior molecular and cellular biology major Ryan Lokkesmoe will present his research at the Yale-hosted conference on April 14-15.
Biology and Life Science Program Options
If you’re interested in studying biology and life sciences at Cedarville, but you’re not sure which major is right for you, we’ve created a helpful resource that compares our four options to aid you in making a final decision.
Pathway to Medical School
Training for a medical profession at Cedarville University involves intentional preparation academically, personally, and spiritually. Preparation for medical school at Cedarville equips students to be competent as well as service-focused in the name of the Great Physician. Cedarville University has a strong history of preparing students for medical school.
We’re proud of our successful graduates! 95.7% of 2017 Cedarville graduates were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
Biology Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take your core biology courses. This sequence is shared among our biology programs. This allows for some flexibility in program selection as well as preparing you for your upper-division elective courses. It is often these courses that will set you apart in terms of preparing to make that next step in your career path.
The B.A. in biology is offered with either a three-year or four-year completion plan. Most students take four years to complete the B.S. in biology major.
- Biological Research
- Human Structure and Function 1 and 2