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What You Learn

You earn your bachelor's degree in the first four years and a master's degree in biotechnology sciences or computational science and engineering in the fifth year.

  • Use computer software to study complex systems and their behavior
  • Collaborate with faculty to conduct hands-on research that can lead to patents or publication and conference presentations
  • Hone your critical thinking, analytical and communication skills to compete for today's jobs
  • Integrate science with applied mathematics to solve the computational and engineering challenges of the future
  • Learn and apply the most advanced scientific, mathematical and engineering principles to the study and practice of computational science

If you have admissions questions, contact Graduate Admissions at or (908) 737-4723.

B.S. in Science and Technology | M.S. Computational Science and Engineering


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

STEM student in 3d CAVE

3D C.A.V.E.

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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