Our program is more than comparable to national Christian and non-Christian institutions. We provide high-quality education in the context of a Seventh-day Adventist Christian worldview.
It’s relevant to your career. Biology focuses on fundamental knowledge and competencies such as communication and analytical skills known to be important in diverse careers.
You can do research that matters. From cancer biology to manatee ecology, students work with professors pushing the frontiers of knowledge. You may even get professionally published—that's big!
Research funded by the National Science Foundation shows that our students exceed academic expectations by the time they graduate. Now, that's impressive! Along with your hard work, we'll help you too.
Form relationships that last. A warm and inviting space to share with friends, professors with open doors, active student clubs and regular field trips produce a community of friends and learners.
Median Average Salaries: Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012–13 edition (Note: Numbers for Physician & Surgeon reflect earnings after terminal degrees are completed in a specific discipline. A bachelor’s in biology is often the foundation to pursuing those terminal degrees.)
You'll get a solid science foundation from our courses, no doubt about it. From histology to ecology (did you know that intestinal ecology keeps you healthy?), from studying cricket neurons to investigating yeast cells (crickets and yeast are eukaryotes like you and me), and even tracking manatees, birds and alligators in the Florida Keys, you won't regret choosing Andrews.