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Biology: The biology program at Stevens offers students the opportunity to delve broadly and deeply into the science of living systems while maintaining the solid foundation in chemical and physical sciences necessary for innovative research and development in the health sciences.

Biomedical Engineering: Design instruments, devices and software to enhance health care with a knowledge of biology, chemistry, and engineering principles.

Chemical Engineering: Chemical Engineers solve vital problems: study petrochemicals, biochemical engineering, and electronic, semi-conductor, and electrochemical processing.

Chemistry: Building on the major areas of chemistry and biochemistry, Stevens also excels in polymer and structural chemistry, natural products and medicinal chemistry and instrumental analysis.

Chemical Biology: Pre-Med Pre-Dental:  Prepare for a career in medicine and satisfy requirements for admission to medical, dental and veterinary schools. Study anatomy, physiology, genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, organic and physical chemistry, and instrumental analysis.  Stevens also offers an accelerated Pre-Medicine program in conjunction with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Learn more about the 7-year accelerated medical program at Stevens.

Computational Science: Apply sophisticated computational techniques to build models and solve problems related to science and engineering.

Engineering Physics: Use physics to develop new engineering principles and methods, applying scientific theory to the practical problems of engineering.

Environmental Engineering: Tackle growing challenges in our society, including the treatment of industrial and hazardous wastes, and creating solutions for pollutants in the environment.

Mathematics: Math has profound and unexpected applications, such as classical number theory applied to cryptography, abstract algebra applied to DNA sequences, and functional analysis applied to medical imaging.

Physics: Go beyond the traditional laws of physics to explore how they are applied to advancing information technology, telecommunication, microelectronics, and medical technology.