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  • Physics

    Students who choose the Minor in Physics have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the foundations of physics and its applications in other fields.

  • Chemistry

    The Minor in Chemistry is designed to ensure that students complete a well-rounded distribution of coursework so that they can explore and deepen their knowledge of all of the foundation areas of chemistry.

  • B.S. in Medical Laboratory Science

    By specializing in laboratory science, you will learn to operate sophisticated instruments and use biochemical, microscopic, molecular, and immunological techniques to analyze medical specimens.

  • B.S. in Clinical Laboratory Sciences with a Concentration in Medical Laboratory Science

    By specializing in laboratory science, you will learn to operate sophisticated instruments and use biochemical, microscopic, molecular, and immunological techniques to analyze medical specimens.

  • B.S. in Chemistry with a Concentration in Biochemistry

    This program is no longer enrolling new students.

    Biochemistry is a rapidly growing field that appeals to students interested in both chemistry and biology. The Biochemistry concentration combines the core chemistry program with biology and biochemistry courses.

  • B.S. in Chemistry with a Concentration in Advanced Chemistry (American Chemical Society Certified Program)

    The Advanced Chemistry concentration is an extended curriculum that provides a career-level foundation in all of the traditional subject areas of chemistry.

  • B.S. in Chemistry

    Monmouth University’s chemistry programs prepare students for a broad range of careers by offering strong preparation in synthetic and analytical chemistry, small classes for enhanced learning and one-on-one interaction with professors, and opportunities to participate in research and other applied learning activities.