californiagrownThere is a difference between knowing the material and believing in it. As long as science is taught and understood, there is no issue. The student doesn't have to believe that evolution truly happened, just needs to learn it.
Similarly, an athiest should have no problem talking a religious studies class.
Is the science taught though? Keep in mind an undergrad degree from Liberty will get you into just as many grad schools as an undergrad from elsewhere. There is nothing wrong with believing in the stuff, however, if you were fed false information there, what implications will that have on your performance in the future?
So long as they adequately teach and represent evolutionary theory for what it is, I have no problem with it, however, I highly doubt that's the case.