Environmental Science

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Overview

Bryan College is proud to offer an Environmental Science major as a new addition to our catalog. As an Environmental Science major, you will learn on a large scale how God's creation works and how humanity interacts with it. You will learn about geological, chemical and biological processes, biodiversity, ecosystems, renewable and nonrenewable resources, weather systems and patterns, and philosophical considerations of science and Christianity. You will also investigate environmental ethics and learn to answer questions such as:
  • Is Christianity to blame for the current ecological crisis?
  • Is human population growth something to be concerned about?
  • What roles do renewable energy resources play in our future?
  • Is global climate change an issue Christians should become involved with?
You will be encouraged to apply your knowledge and skills to real life situations in order to have a positive impact for Christ on our world and culture.

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Students examine a local stream during Ecology class

Our Commitment to You

At Bryan you will find professors that are committed to your success. Bryan faculty and staff desire that each student develops critical thinking skills so they can engage modern topics in order to make a difference in the world. You will learn about historical, current and future environmental issues and learn to evaluate them from both secular and Christian perspectives. The courses in this major are designed to ensure that you will have the foundational knowledge and the hands-on experiences to be competitive after graduation. These courses are also designed to encourage you to think about how to be a better steward of the resources that God has provided. You will find that learning from a Christian worldview in small, intimate classes provides a unique atmosphere to learn about God's creation.

Potential Jobs

  • Environmental Technician
  • Forest/Park ranger
  • Environmental Health Specialist
  • Educator
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • Environmental Policy Advisor
  • Researcher
  • Water/Soil conservationist
  • More »

Graduate Schools

  • Vanderbilt University
  • Virginia Tech
  • Virginia Commonwealth School of Medicine
  • University of Tennessee
  • Uniformed Services Medical College
  • University of North Carolina
  • University of Alabama
  • University of Maryland

Sampling of Classes

  • Botany
  • Zoology
  • Geology
  • Weather Studies
  • Environmental Ethics
  • Environmental Ecology
  • Organic Chemistry
  • History of Life

Faculty

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