The world needs more thoughtful, ethical science and health care professionals. At the School of Science, Technology and Health, we equip a new generation of ethically thoughtful professionals in the sciences and health care — professionals who are grounded in a Christian worldview, educated in an academically rigorous environment, ready to assume positions of leadership and able to provide a clear moral vision the world desperately needs.
The School of Science, Technology and Health consists of six academic departments — offering bachelor’s programs and a master’s program — and will soon occupy a new home in Biola’s cutting-edge Alton and Lydia Lim Center for Science, Technology and Health (scheduled to open in spring 2018). Students can discover a common ground where faith and science flourish together in the following departments:
To help pre-med and pre-health professional students make decisions about their future careers in health, the school also oversees the Office of Health Professions Advising (OHPA), an office dedicated to providing students in this field with academic advisement, MCAT preparation and general support for graduate school applications.
Wednesday, September 27, 2017