Additional Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the science specialization will also be able to
- use scientific principles from a perspective of a supernatural creation of all things in six literal days approximately 6,000 years ago by the God of the Bible to defend creationist and rebut evolutionary interpretations of scientific data,
- apply the understanding of key concepts to solve problems in biology or physical sciences, and
- evaluate scientific data.
See Admission Requirements. The applicant must have earned a grade of “C-” or higher in at least 18 credits of science (undergraduate or graduate level), including one year each in Biology, General Chemistry, and Physics.
While a student may begin with a deficiency in specific course competencies, some courses may not be taken until their competency is achieved with at least a grade of “C-.” All deficiencies must be removed before registering for the fourth science course.
Courses You’ll Take
Students who did not earn credit for ED 600 Education Seminar previously will be required to attend Summer Seminar in addition to these requirements.