Where Science and Faith Flourish Together
Faith makes us better scientists. Science makes us better followers of Christ. The world needs more thoughtful, ethical science and health care professionals. Curious, capable Christians who are equipped to incorporate their worldview into their careers and help humanity thrive. Ready to crack codes, pioneer discoveries and cure diseases. To discover the vast common ground where our faith and science flourish together.
At Biola University’s School of Science, Technology and Health, we provide you with a powerful education that prepares you for some of the most in-demand careers of today and tomorrow. We see science as a vital way of knowing and serving God better. With our cutting-edge equipment, expert faculty and ideal location near Los Angeles in Southern California — a hub for innovation and opportunity — Biola is a leading choice for a new generation of leaders in the sciences.
The community here at Biola, from peers to teachers to staff and many others, is supportive and deeply encouraging. In particular, the mentorship and guidance of professors leads to lasting personal growth and a life more filled with gratitude and joy.
I value the community the most at Biola. I always feel so supported, encouraged, and heard by all faculty and students.
I value the way in which Biola is preparing me not just for my professional life in the future but for my Christian life in the present. The community of believers, faith integration in the classroom, worship opportunities, and Christian mentorship from faculty all allow me to pursue holistic spiritual growth as I also pursue my academic and professional goals.
The Lim Center
The new Alton and Lydia Lim Center for Science, Technology and Health is home to Biola’s science and health programs, filled with state-of-the-art equipment and innovative spaces for research, learning and community. Not to mention some of the most comfortable and inspiring study spots on campus.
Meet Our Dean
Dr. Matt Rouse is an accomplished health sciences professional with experience serving in key administrative roles at Biola. He also teaches in the classroom, affording him a diverse range of experience as professor and administrator managing undergraduate, graduate and professional programs.