Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology
Take a look at what some of our alumni are saying about the experience as a molecular and cellular biology major at Cedarville.
Pathway to Medical School
Training for a medical profession at Cedarville University involves intentional preparation academically, personally, and spiritually. Cedarville has a strong history of preparing students for medical school.
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 helpful resource that compares our four options to aid you in making a final decision.
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.
A key component of our program is the cutting-edge research you will be exposed to. Working closely with your professors, you will complete research and then present it at Cedarville’s Research and Scholarship Symposium each spring. You will also have opportunities to present your research at national or international conferences, and co-author articles in scientific publications with your professors.
We’re proud of our successful graduates! 97.5% of 2017 Cedarville graduates were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. Check out Cedarville’s other placement rates.
Molecular Biology Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take your core biology courses. These will prepare you for your upper-division elective courses, which allow you to specialize in the direction that best fits your intended career path.
- Advanced Cell Biology
- Molecular Biology of the Cell