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Where Powerful Programs Meet Transformative, Experiential Learning

The School of Science, Engineering and Technology seeks to develop ethical and service-minded scientists, engineers and technology leaders through experiential learning in a student-centered environment committed to success. Our students benefit from the firm foundation provided by a Marianist education, a broad base of liberal arts, and leading-edge STEM programs. They get to use state-of-the-art equipment that includes 3-D printers and scanners, a confocal microscope, and a wind tunnel. With opportunities to perform research and intern at corporate and government agencies, and with exceptional faculty mentors to guide you along the way, students will graduate not only with a piece of paper, but with tangible laboratory skills and compassion for humanity.

STEM Outreach

In addition to producing tomorrow’s leaders in science and medicine, public outreach is another important way that the School of Science, Engineering and Technology is making a social impact. Utilizing innovative programs based on academic and scholarly engagement, the school encourages research and discovery among all age groups.

SET student demonstrates at Fiesta of Physics 2016 event.

Pre-med and other Pre-health Professional Programs

For students interested in careers medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, optometry, chiropractic, podiatry, veterinary medicine, allied health professions, or nursing, St. Mary’s offers a host of programs to get you into your field of choice.

Ted Macrini, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, teaches students about the human body.


The School of Science, Engineering and Technology offers several scholarships and awards to support students with an outstanding academic record and demonstrated financial need. These scholarships are provided by gracious benefactors who wish to assist deserving students in their journey of achieving a quality education from an institution of higher learning.


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