Biology graduate Dr. Brian Brock '93 went on to earn a Master’s in Biomedical and Clinical Ethics from Loma Linda University and both master’s and doctorate degrees in Christian Ethics from King’s College, London. Dr. Brock has taught in Germany, lectured throughout Europe and the United States, and published numerous articles.


"The important thing in science is not so much to obtain new facts as to discover new ways of thinking about them."
  -Sir William Lawrence Bragg, Australian physicist (1890-1971)

If you're interested in the biological sciences and you desire to pursue graduate work in a similar field, you'll need a strong foundation in biology. The Biology degree at Colorado Christian University provides the foundation you'll need in science and education, preparing you for further academic study and exploration in the field of life science.

In addition to your natural science studies, the program includes a broad cultural background in the arts, humanities and social sciences to prepare you for graduation, not only in the field of expertise, but as a well-rounded student, readied for graduate work by a holistic education.

Biology In the Christian University

A Christian perspective on bioethics, evolution and ecology is one of the most important dimensions of the Biology degree at Colorado Christian University. You'll also know how to apply scientific methods, use the instruments and techniques of biological research, comprehend essential facts and principles of biology, and communicate clearly using scientific notation and terminology. Furthermore, you'll learn how to articulate and defend a Christian perspective on ethical and controversial issues in science.

Course Catalog

Interesting Biology Classes You Might Take

  • Cellular and Molecular Biology
  • Developmental Biology
  • Genetics

What can I do with a degree in Biology?

  • Genetic Counseling
  • Pharmacology
  • Research
  • Scientific Illustration
  • Teaching



Amanda Schuster

Instructor of Biology and Lab Coordinator
School of Humanities and Sciences

I feel that despite social and cultural pressures, the study of science and theology do not have to be at odds. Rather, our study of science (namely biology: the study of life) can enrich our understanding of creation. Studying science can humble us to see how vast and grand God is and can yield hope as we remember that humans alone were made in God’s image.
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