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  • Mathematics

    The sequence of courses in the Mathematics Minor provides students with the necessary foundation in mathematics to be proficient in a world that is becoming more and more quantitative in nature.

  • 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.

  • Statistics

    The Minor in Statistics will give students both a foundation in calculus and specialized advanced knowledge in pure and applied statistics.

  • Computer Science

    The Computer Science Minor offers students a solid introduction to computer science that helps them develop critical thinking and problem solving skills, acquire object-oriented coding and debugging proficiencies, and work with software engineering concepts and/or computer architecture.

  • Environmental Biology

  • Global Sustainability

    The Global Sustainability Minor at Monmouth reflects the University’s commitment to be a leader in sustainability in the classroom, the region and the world community. Delivering enough of the trained professionals needed to help fix and sustain a better environment for tomorrow is of a top concern not only for the local community, but for the world.

  • Information Technology

    The Information Technology Minor provides students with essential proficiencies to help maximize their technological fluency.

  • 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 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.