Overview

Biology is a Bachelor of Science degree within the Biology Department. It is offered as an honours major, a major and as a minor.

From molecules to human bodies to ecosystems: investigate the complexity, diversity and intricacy of living organisms. Take your curiousity of the natural world to the next level as you dig deeper into the wonder of God’s creation. Work closely with faculty during labs and field work which complements the classroom understanding of how you can use your degree to impact society. Participate in world-class, leading edge research with a faculty and student community that works and learns together offering rare opportunities for an undergraduate compared to most universities. Through it all, deepen your faith and strengthen your understanding of how it applies to your studies in biology.

Begin to explore what your four years in this program might look like.

FEATURED COURSES

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Explore biology in our fully-equipped labs, the Whaley Teaching Garden, the rooftop greenhouse, or the natural regeneration site -- all on campus!

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Gain valuable skills through on-campus employment as an assistant lab technician, biology tutor, or research assistant.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Pursue studies at the Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies in north Michigan, Pacific Rim, Costa Rica, or East Africa.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Travel to Belize or New Zealand to study human impact on the environment through the Creation Care Studies Program which gives you the opportunity to understand more fully the crossroads of faith, justice, ecology & sustainable development.

MEET THE FACULTY

faculty
Dr. Joel Klinck Assistant Professor of Biology

Joel Klinck completed his honours biology undergraduate degree at Wilfrid Laurier University. He then worked for Dr. Richard Playle at WLU for a ...

STUDENT STORY

Kristin VanSligtenhorst
Biology student ‘11

STUDENT STORY

Kristin VanSligtenhorst
Biology student ‘11

" I enjoyed and valued many of my courses. Critical thinking and appraisal of information in the light of a Christian worldview permeated all of my science courses. That has stayed with me. Redeemer prepared me with challenging courses that led me to have good study habits. It also taught me to critically appraise information. It can be easy to get weighed down by never-ending to-do lists and many people in this profession suffer from burnout. But, my faith gives me perspective, and I try to keep a humble attitude while serving my patients. I believe God calls us all to develop our talents to the fullest and do our best wherever he has placed us. For me in medicine, that means working hard to sharpen my knowledge and skills in order to give the people I see the best care possible. After graduating from Redeemer in 2011, Dr. Kristen VanSligtenhorst studied at Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry where she has recently completed her MD. Read Kristin’s full story on Resound. "

CAREERS

  • Ecologist
  • Land Application Coordinator
  • Medical Research Associate
  • Optometrist
  • Public Health Inspector
  • Registered Nurse
  • Research Scientist
  • Veterinarian

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

  • MSc in Global Health
  • MSc in Medical Science
  • OD (Doctor of Optometry)
  • PhD in Microbiology
  • PhD in Virology
  • PhD in Forest Entomology
  • RN (Registered Nurse)
  • RKin (Registered Kinesiologist)

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