Participants completing any Seminars on Science course through the American Museum of Natural History have the ability to earn three graduate credits through the College of Graduate Studies at Bridgewater State University.
Bridgewater State University currently offers the following Seminars on Science graduate credit courses:
NSCI 535: The Brain: Structure, Function and Evolution
NSCI 532: The Diversity of Fishes
NSCI 533: Evolution
NSCI 534: Genetics, Genomics, Genethics
NSCI 531: The Link Between Dinosaurs and Birds
NSCI 539: Ecosystem Dynamics and Conservation
NSCI 540: Marine Biology
NSCI 541: Virology and Epidemiology in the Time of COVID - 19
NSCI 538: Climate Change
NSCI 526: Earth: Inside and Out
NSCI 528: The Ocean System
NSCI 527: Water
NSCI 530: The Solar System
NSCI 529: Space, Time and Motion
Steps to apply for graduate credit:
Please note - Students enrolled in the STEM Certificate do not need to complete steps 1 and 2, please start at step 3 to request graduate credit for your program.
1. Students not currently enrolled at Bridgewater who are looking to be awarded graduate credit for completing a course through AMNH Seminars on Science will first need to complete the Graduate Non-Degree Application to ensure an account is created on our student information system at Bridgewater State University.
2. 1-2 business days after completing the Graduate Non-Degree Application process, participants will receive an email with their unique BEAR Identification Number (this number is used for identification purposes at BSU).
3. Using their BEAR Identification Number, participants will fill out the Application for BSU Graduate Credit: AMNH and attach their grade report from their Seminars on Science course.
4. Once your graduate credit has been assigned to your transcript at Bridgewater State University, you'll receive confirmation from the College of Graduate Studies along with the steps to pay for your graduate credit and to request your transcript.