Maybe you’d like to attend medical school. Or maybe you’re interested in a master’s degree or Ph.D. Or perhaps you’re ready to start your career—in industry, academics, government, or any number of areas. No matter what path you choose, the School of Science will equip you with the technical skills, experience, problem-solving mindset, and critical-thinking potential to help you move forward after graduation.
Be In Demand with Employers
The demand for highly skilled professionals in science, mathematics, and engineering has increased dramatically. As a result, students with a degree from the School of Science make excellent candidates for potential employers. Through hands-on learning and collaborative research, students gain practical skills and experience that qualify them for employment immediately. A Monmouth education has propelled many of our graduates to exciting careers in…
- Information technology
- Related health sciences
Go Higher In Your Education
For many students, the next step after graduation is to continue their studies. Each program in the School of Science is designed to build a foundation for lifelong learning, enabling students to pursue graduate or professional school in a variety of fields, including medicine and dentistry. Monmouth students have moved on to distinguished institutions such as Columbia University, Georgetown University, Rutgers University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Virginia, along with many others.
In addition, Monmouth currently has articulation agreements with several schools, allowing qualified undergraduates to enter their programs upon graduation. Our partner institutions include…
- American University of Antigua, College of Medicine: MD Program
- Seton Hall University: MS Program in Biology or Microbiology
- Rutgers School of Health Related Professions: MS Program in Clinical Trial Sciences
Monmouth offers master’s and certificate programs in computer science and software engineering, as well as an upcoming MS in Physician Assistant, which will give preference to biology students looking to enter this growing profession.