The mission of the Division of Natural Science is to aid the University in producing graduates of Christ-like character, to teach science and engineering within a Biblical framework while maintaining scientific rigor, and to provide the scholastic and spiritual excellence promised by the BJU pledge.
The Division of Natural Science exists to:
- produce graduates with a worldview incorporating a biblically consistent view of science as articulated in the divisional philosophy statement.
- produce competent graduates that readily apply their learning to the solution of problems in their field.
- produce graduates with a clear understanding of the scientific concepts and principles that underlie the factual knowledge of their discipline.
- produce graduates adept at the technical skills characteristic of their profession.
- provide students in other majors with courses that teach them fundamentals of scientific thinking and give them a greater appreciation for science and its relevance to daily living.
Science & Engineering Endowment Fund
Learn how the Science & Engineering Endowment Fund is assisting science and engineering departments of fundamental Christian institutions such as BJU.
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The Need for a Real Premed Program
Premed at BJU
The Premed major is roughly the equivalent of a biology major with a chemistry minor, a year of physics, appropriate mathematics courses and a variety of other courses specifically chosen to prepare you for medical school. Learn more