School of Science, Mathematics & Engineering

School of Science, Mathematics & Engineering

Welcome to the School of Science, Mathematics & Engineering in the College of Sciences and Humanities at Marymount University. Our School is committed to your education and future career goals. We have plans and programs that provide you with flexibility and a wide range of opportunities, both in the area and abroad. There are many research and service opportunities designed to give you personalized, unique, hands-on experiences that can change your life or give you an edge as we help you achieve your goals. We have great plans for your future. 

The School of Science, Mathematics, & Engineering has undergraduate degrees in Biology (BS & BA), Biochemistry (BS), Neuroscience (BS), and Biomedical Engineering (BS), and Mechanical Engineering (BS).  In addition to these majors, we have a wide range of minors to make sure your education is focused and tailored to your needs. These minors include Pre-Chiropractic, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Pre-Ophthalmology, Pre-Osteopathic Medicine, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Podiatry, and Pre-Veterinary Medicine, as well as Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physical Science.

Our faculty are passionate about helping students succeed now and into the future.  You will receive personalized, one-on-one attention from faculty with experiences from many different fields.  Along the way, there will be many ways to explore and develop your career – through internships, seminars, speakers, presentations, and research.  Through these experiences, you will be able to sample and learn about the endless opportunities for your future. Our connections to industry and alumni experts will help you connect with like-minded individuals who can offer you advice through our mentor program.  

Marymount’s proximity to Washington, D.C., gives students many possibilities when fulfilling the program’s required internship for academic credit. Potential internship sites include renowned public and private research institutions, leading health care agencies and hospitals, and high-profile federal agencies such as Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

I am honored to be the Interim Director of the School of Science, Mathematics, & Engineering and I am excited about all the possibilities that abound here at Marymount.  Please explore our website to learn more about our faculty, students, and staff, and our many initiatives that are shaping the future of science, engineering, and mathematics locally as well as globally.

Amanda G. Wright, Ph.D

Professor of Biochemistry

Interim Director, School of Science, Mathematics & Engineering