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About the School

The School of Science at Monmouth University provides students with distinctive learning and research opportunities – both inside and outside the classroom. This dynamic, personalized education includes hands-on learning in classroom labs, close interaction with faculty and staff, and internship opportunities in a range of settings. Students then carry their education right into the workplace.

Through four academic departments, students can pursue a variety of degree programs that prepare them for careers and continued study in science and technology.

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Computer Science & Software Engineering

The School of Science offers a comprehensive undergraduate and graduate curriculum that prepares students to be industry leaders in computing or software engineering. Our B.S. in Software Engineering focuses on engineering of solutions to customer problems using software and is one of only 22 programs of its nature in the country to be accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,

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Urban Coast Institute

The Urban Coast Institute—a regional forum for the development and implementation of policies and programs that support healthy, productive, and resilient coastal ecosystems and communities—supports marine research and education, including hands-on learning experiences and career networking opportunities for Monmouth students.

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Monmouth University B.S. Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy: Brett Gilmartin

Monmouth University student Brett Gilmartin talks about his experiences with the School of Science and Urban Coast Institute.

Program for the Acceleration in Computer Science Careers for Minority Students

10-week program open to minority students in 3rd through 12th grades who gain experience with software applications, NXT Robotics, mathematics, life skills, and problem-solving techniques.

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The Stars Challenge

A science enrichment program for top middle school students, its goal is to increase student engagement with science and technology, and ultimately to maintain America’s historical lead in technology and innovation.

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