|The purpose of the study was to investigate college students` views of nature of origins and teaching of origins and of knowledge claim of origins and evolution. A total of 281 college students who enrolled in an university located in a metropolitan city participated in the study. The instrument of this study was a questionnaire which consisted of 6 propositions on the nature of origins and teaching of origins, and 31 knowledge claims about evolution, Frequency analysis, one-way ANOVA, and post-hoc comparison analysis were conducted. Regarding the views of nature of origins and teaching of origins, college students tended to think two theories of origins equal. Regarding teaching of origins, Christian students tended to treat two theories, creationism and evolution, more equally than non-Christian students did. Biology major students showed more positive attitude toward teaching origins with two model approach than the other majors did. Regarding knowledge claims of origins and evolution, college students` views of origins were skewed toward evolution side. Views on origins were different according to major, school year and its combination.