I do like the fact you self taught through a bachelors however I would emphasize projects and topics covered, such as software design patterns, modular design, recursion, SSH, etc.) and I like seeing good scores in mathematics.
I think It’s stronger and better to have a resume page typed out about the projects you did, link the source to github and get lots and lots of feedback as well (go to developer meetups in your area). In addition list and update to github if you can some of the mundane. Private Github Euler project progress, link to hackerrank, post your dabblings on codepen and if you do photography try to make a web page that hosts it and isn’t a bootstrap template.
If your goal is to get a job as quickly as possible I would say try to get really in depth with native and node JS, and design the workings and usage profile of an app that could manipulate a database on the backend while displaying and validating input on the front end.
Regardless, right now it seems jobs everywhere are experiencing an inundation in React JS applicants so focusing on MERN while not a bad thing is likely not something you can do at your first job easily at the current moment in time.
Juts take heart no learned language or platform is wasted. My C, helped me learn Java, then C++, then php, then python, …react js… angular… you get the spiel.
All it requires is a willingness to code in a different language and syntax.