Making Sense of the World
Our society is becoming increasingly more complex and technological.
Now more than ever before, an understanding of science, technology, engineering and mathematics is essential to achieving success in school, career and life. Join our talented and dedicated team of faculty, staff and students as you prepare for a rewarding career in fields ranging from biology and physics to mathematics and engineering.
ENGINEER YOUR FUTURE
Each of the academic departments that comprise the School of Science and Engineering offers high-quality academic programs that provide a strong theoretical basis combined with practical experience in the laboratory, clinic or field.
Imagine Studying in the School of Science and Engineering
Here, you’ll integrate practical experience with a solid foundation in science, technology, engineering and math — enabling you to adapt to a rapidly changing world. Featuring classes taught by highly experienced faculty, the School of Science and Engineering is the perfect place for you to make your mark.
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Merrimack College Launches Master’s in Applied Chemistry
The new program, which will focus significantly on research, will change the dynamics of the College’s chemistry curriculum and address a growing need for non-doctorate graduate degrees in the field.
NOTABLE & QUOTABLE
Associate Professor James Kaklamanos was recently interviewed for a feature article on earthquakes in Turkey published on InterestingEngineering.com, a website that profiles the latest events, developments, and breakthroughs in engineering, science, and technology. Kaklamanos teaches in the civil engineering department at Merrimack’s School of Science and Engineering.
Look, Up in the Sky!
The School of Science and Engineering is home to the Mendel Observatory, which, in addition to serving as a learning center for physics students, hosts regular stargazing events open to the public.
Office of the Dean, School of Science and Engineering
of 2021 science and engineering graduates had a job or participated in service or graduate programs within nine months of graduation.
of 2021 science and engineering graduates attended graduate school, including George Washington University, Tufts University and Merrimack.
Key hiring companies include Massachusetts Department of Transportation, Raytheon Technologies and Woodard & Curran.