Monmouth University’s science, health, and technology degree programs offer a variety of distinctive opportunities for students who want to think big as they develop into tomorrow’s in-demand professionals.
Students at Monmouth benefit from small classes taught by highly qualified faculty, excellent on-campus resources, and a challenging academic experience that is both high impact and immersive, extending beyond the classroom. By integrating classroom, laboratory, research, and practical experiences, Monmouth University provides students the skills necessary for lifelong learning and collaborative problem-solving while helping them establish the foundation for successful careers.
At Monmouth you’ll have the opportunity to conduct meaningful research with your faculty mentors and present the results of your studies at public meetings and academic and industry conferences. Research training like this will help you develop marketable skills, especially the ability to plan, conduct, and present a major project, regardless of your future career.
Located in West Long Branch, New Jersey, Monmouth University’s magnificent and historic campus is just over one hour from New York City and is within walking distance of the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. The University, which has been named a “Best College” by The Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report, is committed to providing modern, state-of-the-art facilities. A $42 million renovation and expansion of Monmouth’s science facilities is currently underway and scheduled to be completed in 2018.
Type of School: Nondenominational, private, nonprofit liberal arts university
Size of Campus: 159 acres
Number of Students: Approximately 4,600 undergraduate and 1,700 graduate students
Number of Faculty: 288 full-time teaching faculty, including 111 graduate faculty members
Colleges, Programs, and Degrees: 32 undergraduate programs and 24 graduate programs under six schools: Leon Hess Business School, School of Education, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Nursing and Health Studies, School of Science, and School of Social Work
Geographic Diversity:32 states and 34 countries represented
School of Science Degree Programs
• Biology with a concentration inMolecular Cell Physiology
• Chemistry with a concentration inAdvanced Chemistry
• Chemistry with a concentration inBiochemistry
• Chemistry with a concentration inChemical Physics
• Clinical Laboratory Science with aconcentration in Medical LaboratoryScience
• Computer Science with concentrations in Applied Computing and Advanced Computing (BS and MS programs; both degrees can be completed as part of the Five-Year Baccalaureate/Master’s program.)
• Marine and Environmental Biologyand Policy
• Mathematics with a concentration in Statistics
• Medical Laboratory Science
• Software Engineering (BS and MS programs; both degrees can be completed as part of the Five-Year Baccalaureate/Master’s program.)
The Pre-professional Health AdvisoryCommittee assists students interestedin pursuing pre-medical, pre-health, pre-dental, or pre-veterinary careers.
Learn more about the School of Science at monmouth.edu/science
Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies Degree Programs
• Health and Physical Education*
• Health Studies
• Nursing (BSN) (freshman applicants only)
• RN to MSN (transfer students only—applicants must have RN license)
* Teaching option available