Monica Chase '08 (left) went on to complete a Nursing degree after graduating from CCU. She is now employed as a registerd nurse the Denver-metro area.
Science "Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."
-Albert Einstein, Theoretical physicist (1879-1955)
Are you fascinated by scientific thought and discovery? Do you want to learn more about relativity, about the structure and properties of the matter that makes up the earth, and about the scientific method? The Science major at CCU caters to your specific interests by providing a breadth of knowledge in diverse fields within the natural sciences. The Science major is ideal for you if you wish to teach science in secondary education or if you're interested in pursuing a career in a scientific or medical field. Our faculty provide you with a strong foundation in biology, chemistry, earth science, physics, integrated physical sciences, and mathematics. In addition, Science majors discuss science in the twenty-first century such as computing, data analysis, and the ethical impact of science and technology on our way of life.
Science In the Christian University
With small classes and labs led by experienced Christian professors, you'll gain the most from a challenging curriculum that among other things explores the relationship between faith and science. The emphasis in all of our courses is that science is all about discovering the operating principles behind the world that God created and put us in. Nature is God's second 'book', and its order and purpose reflects the character of its creator.
Dr. Lene Jaqua
Associate Professor of Physical and General Sciences
School of Humanities and Sciences
I try to teach all science in reverence of this verse: "For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him: And he is before all things, and by him all things consist." Colossians 1:16 More >