See what Bachelor of Science programs Redeemer offers
But how does your faith fit in?
A Redeemer degree will set you up for success in health sciences, and it will also help you discover and explore how to serve God and others in your career and life. In short, you’ll find the calling that God has for you and that it includes and extends beyond your job.
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What sets Redeemer’s Programs apart?
Undergraduate science students at Redeemer spend up to 600 hours in a lab, doing hands-on experiential learning and participating in real-world research.
In 2017, 9 students were employed to do research with faculty over the summer.
Redeemer faculty work alongside students by mentoring them in labs, lectures, and independent research projects.
Between the two of them, Dr. Brouwer (chemistry) and Dr. Berkelaar (environmental science) have received over $1m in research funding.
The average class size for science students is 17. That means your professors can devote more of their time to their students and there is more opportunity for you to work alongside them.
Our lab equipment — like our various spectrometers (NMR, IR, UV/VIS), protein and DNA electrophoresis units, chromatography instruments (GC, HPLC), and 3D printer — provides our students with a variety of hands-on research tools.