All Degree Programs have a Great Commission Minor
Through the lenses of the Holy Bible and a Christian worldview, the humanities curriculum examines the development of disciplined thinking and writing through the interpretation of literature, works of art, and other expressive and creative means employed by people to order their lives, individually and socially. The courses explore the variety of historical and cultural contexts of these works, and determine the primary focus of the artistic character and integrity of the works themselves.
The Division of Science and Mathematics at Truett-McConnell College strives to provide students access to education, research, and degree programs in the STEM disciplines that provides ample training in effective communication, critical thinking, and the Christian and naturalistic worldviews that promotes successful entrance to graduate and professional schools in scientific and health-related fields. The division offers degree programs in Biology, Pre-Health Sciences, and Exercise Science (pending approval by SACSCOC).
The Bachelor of Science in Biology degree is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in biology or biology–related fields. This degree prepares students with a sound core curriculum in mathematics, biology, chemistry, and physics—all from a Christian worldview. Upper level curriculum allows students adequate exposure to the physio-structural, molecular and cellular, ecological, and organismal aspects of biology while preparing students for successful transition into graduate programs in biology and other related fields of science.
The Bachelors of Science in Biology: Pre-Health Sciences degree is designed for students who wish to pursue entrance to profession schools in several areas of health including dentistry, medicine, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, or veterinary medicine. This degree provides students adequate training and coursework in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, and social science for successful entrance to professional schools in the United States.
The Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science degree (pending approval by SACSCOC) is designed to provide students a background in health and wellness. Specifically, students will be trained to serve man in corporate wellness, clinical exercise physiology, rehabilitation services, and similar exercise-based careers and to provide adequate pre-qualifications for entrance to graduate and professional programs related to exercise science, wellness, and medicine.
12:00-1:30PM on the following Fridays
April 1, 2011
April 8, 2011
April 15, 2011
11:00AM-Noon on the following Thursdays
March 31, 2011
April 7, 2011
April 14, 2011
To Schedule an audition, please contact:
Dr. Ben Caston