Computational Science & Engineering - STEM 5-year B.S./M.S.
Computational science and engineering graduates are coding the future. In Kean's computational science program, you'll acquire the knowledge and skills needed to develop groundbreaking programs, apps and games.
Kean's computational science program offers a core curriculum in the first two years that integrates science and mathematics courses linked to problem solving with hands-on laboratory courses designed to reinforce the classroom instruction. You can earn both a bachelor's and master's degree in just 5 years.
Kean computational science and engineering graduates have thriving careers in research and development, software, computing, web development, education and biotechnology, advancing science and society through their work.
Research First Initiative
Group Summer Scholars Research Program (GSSRP)
Job placement rate for STEM students after graduation
Average STEM salary compared to average U.S. annual salary of $44,000
Options for Research First Initiatives
The New Jersey Center for Science, Technology and Mathematics is home to the only 3D Virtual Reality Computer Assisted Visual Enhancement (C.A.V.E.) system in the greater NY-NJ metropolitan area. Students working on C.A.V.E. projects adapt game theory and programming to scientific problems.
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