Biology

Students looking at plants inside of greenhouse

About the Program

Culver-Stockton’s biology program prepares students for active engagement with contemporary biological concepts. Students learn to utilize investigative techniques to resolve scientific problems and to pursue a variety of course work aimed at providing a broad and balanced understanding of the scientific method in general, and its application to biology specifically. Our curriculum combines traditional lectures with hands-on experience in the laboratory, field and professional environments.

What Makes the Program Distinctive?

Students are required to complete course work in different areas of biology to ensure a well-balanced background and prepares students for graduate study with a future in research and academics, as well as professional careers in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy and chiropractic medicine.

Beyond the Classroom

Student Run Clubs: Beta Beta Beta National Biology Honors Society
Professional Experience: Summer internships

After C-SC

Public Health
Laboratories
Graduate School
Professional School
Teaching

Research

Genomics Research Initiative is a research-based course sequence for students of any major that have an interest in authentic laboratory work.

“Traveling to Belize and Guatemala I learned about different animal species and also immersed myself in a culture much different than
my own.”
–Lei Alena Dagat ‘17

AT A GLANCE

Can you minor in this program?
Yes

Emphasis within the major:
Biological Chemistry or science teaching certificate

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For more information, contact:
Dr. M. Esa Seegulam
Assistant Professor of Biology
Phone: 573-288-6319
Email: msegulam@culver.edu

The mission of Culver-Stockton College is to prepare students of promise for a dynamic world through our distinctive experiential curriculum within a supportive learning community founded upon the best values of faith and the human spirit.

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