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School of Science & Engineering

The School of Science and Engineering is a dynamic center of engaged learning.  We offer more than a dozen undergraduate majors that range from graduate school preparation to nationally accredited professional programs, all strengthened by the full integration of Merrimack’s liberal arts core.  Traditions of active research and experiential learning combined with unique direct access to faculty provide students with the tools to foster a lifetime of inquiry and investigation.
- Mary Noonan, M.S, Dean, School of Science and 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.

School Highlights

Civil Engineering at Merrimack

Learn more about Civil Engineering from Maggie Jacques ’13 who traveled to Haiti to help design and implement a clean water delivery system.

Dean’s Corner

Petar Golijanin with mentor Dr. Matthew ProvencherPetar Golijanin with mentor Dr. Matthew Provencher

 

What a difference a year makes.  Petar Golijanin (Biochemistry, ’13) has been accepted to Dartmouth Medical School, and will start his studies in the fall of 2015.  Since graduating from Merrimack, he had been working as a research assistant at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in the department of Sports Orthopaedic Surgery which enabled him to hone his skills, make connections, and impress his supervisors. Read more about Petar’s journey on our News and Events page here.

 

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    The Science and Engineering Department is in the first year of a five-year $448,856 grant from the National Science Foundation to retain and graduate more computer science and engineering students at part of the national Graduate 10K+ initiative over the next decade.