Here is how one program teaches Evolution:
“In our course, we include many of the popular arguments and evidence supporting evolution. Importantly, we teach about evolution but we do not teach evolution as the explanation for the origin of life and mankind. It would be irresponsible if we did not present information about evolution. If our students were not presented with the common arguments and evidence used to support evolution, then they will be poorly equipped to defend their faith. Therefore, we give them information about the evolution perspective and counter this with information from a creation perspective so that they can better refute evolutionary arguments.”
Maybe secular programs should also teach about Creation rather than trying to blindly push it out of the classroom without letting students gain better critical-thinking skills in analyzing and contrasting opposing arguments.
See more here: http://creation.com/teaching-college-students-about-creation