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Environmental Science Research

Bridgewater students carry out research projects in a variety of contexts.  A number of classes require independent research projects. Many students choose to carry out their own summer, semester or year-long research project with the mentorship of a

Majors and Minors for Environmental Science

Environmental Science Major

Consists of a minimum of 34 credits in core courses in biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics.

BIOL 110 Principles of Biology I
BIOL 111 Principles of Biology II
BIOL 350 Ecology
CHEM 161

Environmental Science Faculty

Environmental Science Faculty
Tim Kreps
Program Director
Associate Professor of Biology

Office: McKinney 133
540-828-5371
tkreps@bridgewater.edu
Department: Biology
Relevant interests and expertise:
Community ecology, freshwater ecology, human impacts on fisheries, invasive species
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Learning by Doing in Environmental Science

Learning by Doing in Environmental Science

Environmental science majors learn best when they apply their knowledge to real-life situations in a hands-on manner. This starts in laboratory experiences associated with classes but also carries through to experiences outside of class. Environmental science