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Programs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Summer Science Research ProgramLIU Post offers extraordinary opportunities for students interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Long Island University’s many undergraduate and graduate degree programs prepare students for leadership roles in biomedical sciences, computer science, cyber-security, environmental science, green technologies, mobile GIS web development, management engineering, genetics research, technology, entrepreneurship, and many other fields. Our STEM labs expose students to experimental methods in gene regulation, cancer research, neuroscience, forensic science, aquatics and marine life, human-computer interaction, digital game design, and more.

We also support K-12 science and mathematics education through robust teacher-preparation programs in biology, chemistry and earth science. LIU Post is dedicated to the principles of STEM, and working to provide a rigorous university experience that will produce competitive, innovative leaders who will lead America – and Long Island – to an economic and socially viable future.

Specialized Laboratories

 Summer Science Research Program

  • Laboratory of Microbial Pathogenesis
    Director: Luis Martinez, Ph.D.
  • Gene Regulation Laboratory
    Director: Daniel Ginsburg, Ph.D.
  • Cancer Signaling and Metastasis Laboratory
  • Aquatics Laboratory
    Director: Biology Department 
  • Miracle-Gro Greenhouse
    Director: Biology Department
  • Forensic Science Laboratory
    Directors: Francis T. Harten and Pasquale Buffalino, Ph.D.
  • Human-Computer Interaction Lab
    Director: Qiping Zhang, Ph.D.
  • Neuroscience Laboratory
    Director: Grace Rossi, Ph.D.
  • Scholarly Communications and Information Innovation Lab
    Director, John Regazzi, Ph.D.
  • Animal Physiology and Physiological Ecology Laboratory Director: Kent Hatch, Ph.D.
  • Genetics and Molecular Biology Laboratory
    Director, Ted Brummel, Ph.D.
  • Marine Ecology and Invasion Biology Laboratory
    Director: April M.H. Blakeslee, Ph.D.
  • Bat Research Laboratory
    Director: William A. Schutt, Ph.D.
  • Evolution of Developmental Mechanisms and Molecular Phylogenetics Laboratory
    Director: Scott Santagata, Ph.D.
  • Marine Molluscan Ecology and Restoration Laboratory
    Director: Stephen Tettelbach, Ph.D.
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Degree Programs

Summer Science Research Program


B.S. in Adolescence Education
(Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science)
B.S. in Biomedical Sciences:
Clinical Laboratory Science
B.S. in Biomedical Sciences: Cytotechnology
B.S. in Forensic Science
B.S. in Health Sciences
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies:
Environmental Studies or Earth System Science
B.S. in Nutrition
B.A. in Physics
B.S. in Radiologic Technology
B.A./B.S. in Chemistry
B.A./B.S. in Biology
B.A./B.S. in Geology
M.S. in Adolescence Education
(Biology, Earth Science)
M.S. in Biology
M.S. in Clinical Laboratory Science
M.S. in Earth Science
M.S. in Environmental Sustainability
M.S. in Medical Biology

B.S. in Biomedical Technology
B.S. in Computer Science
B.S. in Health Information Management
B.S. in Information Management and Technology
B.S. in Information Systems
Advanced Certificate in Health
Information Management (online)
M.S. in Cardiovascular Perfusion
M.S. in Educational Technology
M.S. in Genetic Counseling
M.S. in Information Systems
M.S. in Library and Information Science
Ph.D. in Information Studies
Advanced Certificate in Mobile
GIS Applications Development

B.S. in Math/Physics
(Pre-Engineering Program)
M.A. in Digital Game Design and Development
M.S. in Management Engineering
(Project Management Program)

B.A. and B.S. in Mathematics
B.S. in Adolescence Education: Mathematics
B.S. in Applied Mathematics with Computer Science
B.S. in Mathematics/Physics
M.S. in Applied Mathematics
M.S. in Adolescence Education: Mathematics