Science students are encouraged to conduct original research with a faculty member and present results at regional, national and even international conferences.
Small classes allow you to interact and connect with your professors
—Students and professor raking at the Baker Wetlands.
The new Ivan L. Boyd Center for Collaborative Science Education features state-of-the-art technology, extensive lab space and comfy spots for studying.
Baker science majors get more hands-on experience in one year than many students at larger universities get in their entire college careers.
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Forestry & Environmental Studies
Baker University offers a program in cooperation with Duke University leading to a master’s degree in forestry or environmental management. Qualified students can enter the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies at Duke University after three years of undergraduate study. The student must fulfill all Baker general education requirements.
After completing 30 credit hours at Duke, and a minimum of 132 hours total, the student is eligible to receive the B.S. degree from Baker University. After four semesters at Duke, in which a minimum of 60 credit hours is earned, the student is eligible to receive the master of forestry or the master of environmental management degree from Duke University.
Celebrating Science Day
Visit campus and learn how Baker can help you prepare to make an impact.
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