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  • B.S. Software Engineering

    Monmouth is one of very few universities in the nation offering an ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering degree.

  • B.S. in Mathematics with a Concentration in Statistics

    Math students can choose to concentrate in statistics to focus on data analysis, mathematical models, and specialized statistical programs. The program gives students both a strong foundation in mathematics as well as specialized advanced knowledge in pure and applied statistics.

  • 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 Mathematics

    Students pursuing Monmouth’s Bachelor of Science in Mathematics will become linguists in the fundamental language of the universe. Our dynamic and experiential curriculum integrates core mathematical subjects with nontraditional courses such as mathematical reasoning and the history of mathematics. You will study the integration of technology and math by exploring programming, mathematical document writing, and graphical and symbolic software.

  • 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 Computer Science

    Monmouth University’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science provides a broad, substantive overview and understanding of the many aspects of the 21st century computing professional.

  • B.S. in Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy

    Monmouth’s B.S. in Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy program will teach you to apply a foundational knowledge of science to pressing environmental issues, laws, and policies. You will learn to analyze marine and terrestrial ecosystems and understand ways to conserve and manage our natural resources.

  • 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 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 Biology with a Concentration in Molecular Cell Physiology

    Students with an interest in genetics and biochemistry can concentrate their work in molecular cell physiology. As a discipline, molecular cell physiology studies the link between chemistry and biology, and how the interaction of molecules gives rise to life.