Each program [at ESU] helps students to think. But when a student chooses a program, it is a choice of what to think about. A physics major thinks about different things than a psychology major. A math major has different matters on her mind than an art major., Dr. Peter Hawkes, Dean of Arts and Sciences at East Stroudsburg University.
While you will always learn new things beyond your college major in your lifetime, college gives you a trajectory for your career and other areas of adult life.
For me, that number one thing is biology. It has a beauty of both unity and diversity. Contradictory as they may seem, it is a reality. Diversity in all the life forms on Earth manifests God’s beauty in their habitats and niches, yet their unity in all the core systemic processes equally shows what a wonderful and providential Creator He is. (Evolutionists claim that all life is not from a common creator, but a common ancestor. But what is that ancestor?!?) Remember the idea that cells come only from other cells, and so forth.
And even at the moment, before transfer to a university, I love looking at numerous websites concerning biology. These can be about animals, plants, neural processes, you name it. Of course, God made all these structures and processes; the scientists among us just named them.
So to all my fellow undergraduates, whatever your passion, biology or otherwise, go for it!