MBU Natural Sciences students eye med schools, doctoral programs

Kristen-Terry

As another academic year comes to a close, Missouri Baptist University’s Division of Natural Sciences continues to equip students for success after graduation.

The University has a long history of preparing students for advanced studies in the health and sciences industries. This year is proving no different. Already, a bevy of soon-to-be graduates have been accepted in programs across the country.

The Natural Sciences Division includes the area of Biochemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physical Science, Physics and Pre-Nursing.

2013 graduates pursuing advanced studies

Kristin Terry - Biochemistry major – accepted to Southern Illinois University’s Medical School

Faith Passon – Chemistry major – accepted to Washington University’s PhD program

Adrian Simien – Biology major – starting graduate school at DeMoines University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine

Michaela McGinn – Biology major – graduate school at Illinois State University’s Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Melissa Bolliger – Biology major – starting at St Louis College of Pharmacy

Kayla Tisza – Biology major – accepted to Goldfarb’s Nursing program.

Have you been accepted to a graduate program for the fall 2013 semester? If so, we would love to share your news.