Research & Publications
Research is a major focus on campus. As a public university, we have access to millions of dollars in federal and state grants to fund our research.
Participating in significant, independent research early in your science or mathematics career is a distinct advantage. As an undergraduate, you will have a head start applying what you learned in class. Data collection, experimentation, observation, and calculation are fundamental research skills you’ll develop. Graduate students can expect small classes and mentoring by professors dedicated to your success in the laboratory and in your career.
Our faculty excel in three particular areas of research:
- molecular sciences
- computational sciences
- environmental sciences
The new Integrated Sciences Center will be complete by 2013, providing new state-of-the-art laboratories, classrooms, and ample areas for collaboration.
Majors, Minors, and Programs at UMass Boston
You can choose from more than 125 majors, minors, and programs in our nine colleges. Read More
The Office of Communications produces several publications, including The Point and Building Connections, all available on our website. Read More