Students who are part of the Biology program at Trinity study life—the structural and functional complexity of living organisms and ecological systems. Taught from a Christian perspective, the program takes students beyond learning and understanding facts to consider the ultimate meaning of the biological world, ethical issues in modern biology, and the nature of science and life.
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (B.S.)
By earning a B.S. degree in biochemistry and molecular biology, your studies will encompass both biology and chemistry, along with coursework in math and physics.
The world needs you—whether you are interested in pursuing a career in a biology-related field, or you are preparing for entrance into an advanced training program. Trinity offers a Bachelor of Arts in Biology to prepare you for your future.
Whether you are interested in pursuing a career in a biology-related field, or you are preparing for entrance into an advanced training program. Trinity offers a Bachelor of Science in Biology to prepare you for your future.
When you earn a bachelor of art degree in biology education from Trinity, you won’t just study science through the lens of faith—you’ll learn to teach others , too. With this course of study, you will also minor in education.
The environmental science major provides opportunities for students to explore the interactions of the natural world through study and investigation, providing the foundation for Christian earth keeping.
Dr. Bob Boomsma ’77 has a desire to understand how the anatomical/structural aspects of animals and cells work with the functional/biochemical aspects. “I find the process of scientific discovery very enjoyable, as the limits of our understanding of the natural world continue to be pushed.”