Start your education in the social sciences, natural sciences, and technology fields.
The School of Science & Technology provides opportunities to develop skills in independent and critical thinking, effective communication, and problem solving. Choose from a variety of programs including biotechnology, engineering, environmental science, and many others! Find more information on all programs below.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
STEM at Endicott College focuses on the application of knowledge as well as practical experience while encouraging you to closely examine and problem solve the world’s biggest questions in the area of STEM. With access to cutting-edge technology and constant support from faculty and area experts, you will leave Endicott prepared to walk at the forefront of the industry as a leader in STEM.
Our STEM programs have an infrastructure with modern science laboratories that include a next-generation DNA sequencing center, virtual dissection table, a 3D printing Makerspace, and a computer lab with software for mathematical modeling, computer-aided design, and geographic information system mapping.
Beyond the Classroom
Interested in getting involved on campus outside of your coursework?Lectures, concerts, trips, films, and club activities all enhance your academic journey. Here are just a few of the clubs and organizations that appeal to Science and Technology students:
- Computer Science Club
- Endicott Biotech Society
- Endicott Environmental Society
- Ibbetson Street Press - Literary magazine
- The Endicott Review – Literary journal
Ginger Judge Science Center
The Science Center houses modern laboratories that were designed specifically for:
- Anatomy & physiology
- Cell & molecular biology
- Chemistry & biochemistry
- DNA sequencing
- Environmental science
- General biology & microbiology
- Physical sciences, robotics, & bioengineering
Train in innovative lab facilities, learn alongside startups, and collaborate with teammates in a fully-equipped Makerspace. The Science Center is a robust resource for engineering students. You’ll have a robotics and physics lab with specialized mechanical engineering equipment and robots, natural science labs with biomedical and chemical analysis instrumentation, a next generation DNA sequencing center, and computer labs equipped with SolidWorks and MATLAB software all at your fingertips.
Our STEM incubator space can host a number of startup companies that provides easy access to internship opportunities on campus. The Makerspace with 3D printers, 3D scanners, microcontrollers, and sensors fuels hands-on learning and prototyping in a collaborative environment.
Have an idea that you want to launch? You can always partner with the growing Colin & Erika Angle Center for Entrepreneurship for the product and business development you’ll need to get off and running.