School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Welcome to the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NAMS) at Stockton University. NAMS offers a rigorous, student-centered curriculum with emphasis on teaching and faculty-mentored student research.
Our faculty has a strong interdisciplinary interest coupled with a commitment to maintaining the strengths and standards of the traditional academic disciplines. Stockton presently grants almost 22% of all the science and mathematics undergraduate degrees among New Jersey's senior state colleges and universities. Stockton graduates in the sciences and mathematics have a high success rate in graduate and professional school admissions, as well as securing employment within their areas of study.
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NAMS in the News
- Stockton Receives $500,000 Grant to Build Maple Syrup Industry in South Jersey
- Stockton conference focuses on cannabis jobs
- Stockton Institute for LIfelong Learning offers mini-courses
- Atlantic County: Gaba inducted into Rutgers African-American Alumni Alliance Hall of Fame
- LBT Shellabration brings bay farmers, bay fans together in Brant Beach
- N.J. cannabis career fair at Stockton U. to bring together industry as legal market prepares to open
- Sample issue: A guide to navigating N.J.'s cannabis industry
- New Angles for Success: Mentoring Underrepresented Youth
- Atlantic White Cedar is Taking Root for a Comeback at Stockton
- Graduate Research Symposium; Graduate classes scheduled only on Monday evenings from 6-9:50 PM do not meet - December 6
- Fall term ends - December 10
- Finals week - December 13 -17
- Term Ends - December 17
- Grades due for graduating students by 12 noon - December 20
- Grades due for non-graduating students by 5 PM - December 22
- Holiday break; University closed - December 24 - January 2
- New Year's Day Holiday - December 31