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Ensure a Bright Future as a Biologist

Department of Biology

Division of Natural Sciences

At Bridgewater College, your biology degree can kickstart any number of careers in medicine, health, research, laboratory science and more. Interested in becoming a doctor, a veterinarian, a nurse or a medical laboratory scientist? Check out our pre-professional programs.

Do you want to perform undergraduate research? Explore all the various fields within biology? Our faculty will guide you in navigating the endless variety and developing your own areas of interest.

If you want to focus in environmental science, explore our environmental science major that we share with the chemistry department.

For more information on the emphasis in wildlife biology, take a look at the biology major or environmental science major and contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Biology Major

As a biology major, you will have numerous opportunities to participate in internships, research and other forms of experiential learning to enhance your knowledge and prepare for a career or graduate school. Choose emphasis in environmental chemistry, freshwater resources or wildlife biology to add focus to your major.

Environmental Science Major

The environmental science major is an interdisciplinary major, combining coursework from both the biology and chemistry departments. You can also choose from emphases in environmental chemistry, freshwater resources and wildlife biology.

Biology Minor

Biology minors are available for students looking to build a foundation in the field. The biology minor includes coursework from the fields of chemistry and mathematics.

Environmental Science Concentration

Add a concentration in environmental science to explore the issues around human use and abuse of natural resources.

Social Sciences for Health Professionals Concentration

Pursuing a health-related career in medicine, nursing, physical therapy or other areas? Add this concentration to better understand the complexities of human behavior, development and identity while also improving your communication skills.

Pre-Professional Programs

Biology Facilities

Biology Faculty

Questions? Contact us!

Dr. Robyn Puffenbarger, Department Chair