School of Science & Engineering
The world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) has never been more important than it is now, in our time of abundant discovery, controversial experimentation, and the rapid-fire development of new technologies.
Our goal is to integrate practical experience with interdisciplinary study and the acquisition of academic knowledge. This ensures that our graduates have every opportunity to become effective, compelling leaders in their fields—able to address change as it happens in technology and society.
The School of Science and Engineering encompasses nine academic departments and offers over a dozen undergraduate majors and six masters degrees. We are vibrant and growing, with a history of excellence in scholarship and practical applications.
Health Sciences, including Exercise and Sport Science and Nutrition; Physical and Natural Sciences, including joint Math and Economics programs; and strong Engineering and Computer Science Programs give students are variety of topics to explore and opportunities to build career skills.
Student Research Spotlight
Two rising Merrimack College juniors presented their class research on viruses that infect bacteria at the Eighth Annual SEA-PHAGES Symposium sponsored by the prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Four hundred undergraduates filled Lawler Rink and the Blue Line Club to present their semester-long projects at the inaugural Merrimack College Research and Creative Achievement Conference Thursday May 5.
Amanda Cremone ’12, Doctoral Candidate in the Neuroscience & Behavior Program, University of Massachusetts Amherst“The faculty at Merrimack really helped me to bolster my professional network. They created networking opportunities for me and encouraged me to be confident when approaching different people in the field.”
As a computer science major, Chandonnet preaches the value of a multi-disciplinary academic background, and he encourages students to be bold and take risks.
Meet the Faculty in Merrimack’s School of Science and Engineering
Studying in the School of Science & Engineering
September 27, 2016
Faculty Workshop on Leading Short-Term Study Abroad
Have you ever considered incorporating an international component into one of your courses? Have you wanted to teach a course abroad, but simply had no idea where to start? If so, then this workshop led by study abroad veteran Professor Kathleen Shine Cain will be a wonderful opportunity for you to come and hear from faculty who have led different types of short-term study abroad courses for Merrimack, discover what it might offer your teaching, learn how it can be done, and get answers to those questions you always wanted to ask.
September 28, 2016
October 5, 2016