• Environmental Biology

    Students partaking in the Environmental Biology Program are blessed with an opportunity to study the created world in which we live. Understanding the interrelationships and fundamental principles that govern life on Earth brings a much deeper understanding to the call of humanity to subdue and sustain the planet and while revealing God’s creative nature. The areas engaged through this program explore stewardship of the resources which have been entrusted to us.

    Cornerstone University is a like-minded, accredited, Christian liberal-arts college just two miles south of Kuyper College. Students who intend to enroll in these programs will work closely with Kuyper College's registrar, who is the students’ advisor, to navigate the program requirements.

    Through the collaborative arrangement, students are granted the opportunity to study at Cornerstone as Kuyper students; Kuyper College awards the students’ degrees and (in consultation with the appropriate personnel at Cornerstone) determines the course of study and course equivalencies. Students who elect a major in collaboration with Cornerstone University must complete the admissions requirements as indicated at www.cornerstone.edu. These students are considered non-degree seeking students by Cornerstone University. Upon admission, the students will be registered for their first semester of classes at Cornerstone by the Academic Office at Kuyper College. New collaborative students are also required to complete an orientation at Cornerstone University prior to their first classes. Only students in good standing at Kuyper College will be allowed to begin a collaborative program of study.
    SC 215 Human Biological Science
    BIO 233 Zoology
    BIO 351 Genetics
    BIO 400 Bioethics & Argument Theory
    SCI 380 Internship
    SC 205 Field Ecology
    BIO 225 Botany
    BIO 331 Ornithology or BIO 431 Vertebrate Zoology
    ECO 241 Environmental Science
    ECO 341 Ecology
    ECO 442 Advanced Field Studies or SC 440 Yellowstone Ecosystem
    MAT 121 College Algebra or MAT 122 or MAT 131
    CHM 111 Principles of General Chemistry
    CHM 212 Principles of Organic & Biochemistry
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