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  • Software Engineering

    Study computer and engineering science while developing the essential software engineering skills needed to excel in the design, development, and deployment of large software systems. Take part in a two-semester practicum experience modeled after a real-world need or one that is customized to meet the needs of an external client.

  • Medical Laboratory Science

    Learn to play a vital role in the delivery of health care by analyzing and providing essential information about fluid medical specimens. Building upon a sturdy foundation of general, analytical, and organic chemistry, as well as biology and physiology, you will learn to determine the presence, extent, or absence of disease. Clinical internships at cooperating medical facilities allow students practical experience in the current testing procedures of chemistry, hematology, immunology, and microbiology.

  • Mathematics

    Integrate core mathematical subjects with advanced statistics coursework to gain a sophisticated understanding and interpretation of numerical data. Collaborate with other students to investigate and solve practical problems presented by local industries or organizations. Become a logical problem-solver who can provide a unique perspective when faced with real-world challenges.

  • Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy

    Analyze marine and terrestrial ecosystems and conduct research with faculty members at the top of their fields to understand ways to conserve and manage our natural resources. Our location and in-house research vessels allow the exploration of the unique ecosystems, estuaries, and watersheds of coastal NJ as you work toward a degree that offers a wide array of possible career paths from agricultural scientist to fisheries conservationist and zoologist to oceanographer.

  • Computer Science

    Drive the future of technology by optimizing existing software and expediting new solutions to complex computing problems. You will become proficient in modern programming languages while exploring topics such as artificial intelligence, mobile app development, network modeling and simulation, and more. Our students have the unique opportunity to work on campus with faculty across multiple departments, conduct exciting summer research projects, and intern with local and national computing firms.

  • Clinical Laboratory Sciences

    Learn to operate sophisticated instruments designed to determine the presence, extent, or absence of various diseases. After three years of coursework, you will complete a 15-month internship at the Rutgers School of Health Related Professions (Rutgers-SHRP), gaining practical experience in current state-of-the-art tests and procedures. Graduates of this program will take a national exam to be certified as a clinical laboratory scientist.

  • Chemistry

    Acquiring a degree in chemistry will open doors to a variety of educational or professional opportunities. From chemical engineer to lecturer and pharmacologist to chemist, the associated career opportunities are as numerous as they are rewarding. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of areas including analytical, computational, environmental, organic, inorganic, physical, and synthetic chemistry, as well as chemical education, nanoscience, and geophysics. Obtain hands-on experience with modern scientific instrumentation while receiving faculty mentorship.

  • Biology

    Explore the science of life through topics such as plant sciences, genetics, neuroscience, human anatomy and physiology, and biochemistry. Participate in lab work and field exercises, as well as conduct research with faculty members in our newly updated collaborative labs and facilities.

  • Software Engineering (M.S.)

    Achieve a mastery of computer science, applied mathematics, management science, software engineering, and other advanced studies under faculty members who are recognized experts in the field. You will learn the skills necessary to be a successful team contributor in all aspects of software development, such as design, testing, requirements, maintenance, process, project management, and interface design.

  • Information Systems (M.S.)

    Learn to effectively apply computing technology to solve real-world business problems. Our program combines topics from the fields of computer science, software engineering, and management, while providing two track options for study in technology or management. While distinct, both options prepare you for a successful career in a booming field.