Division of Natural and Mathematical Sciences
Welcome to the Department of Natural and Mathematical Sciences
The Department of Natural and Mathematical Sciences is committed to preparing students for careers in mathematics and science and science related fields and our new facilities and instruments allow us to do that even better than before. Our students are successfully transitioning into professional or graduate school, into the classroom as teachers, or directly into the workforce in a variety of careers. Our diverse, highly qualified and caring faculty is also interested in helping to develop the whole person so that our students will leave here as Christian scholars who can make a positive impact in our world.
If you are serious about pursuing a career in a mathematics or science-related field, then I hope you will seriously consider our programs because we would love to help you as you strive to reach your goals.
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We are very excited to start offering a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics in Fall 2015! This program is tailored for students who wish to apply mathematical techniques to life and social sciences, with an emphasis on solving new problems in a rapidly changing world. New mathematical needs are emerging in science, engineering, industry, and technology and this program will help our student meet those needs.
The Department of Natural and Mathematical Sciences has recently launched several new undergraduate majors:
- Actuarial Science (BS): For students who wish to pursue a career as an actuary or in other areas of industry dealing with risk management.
- Applied Statistical Analysis (BS) and Applied Statistics (BA)
- Global Community Science: For students who wish to receive a comprehensive education bridging the disciplines of sustainability science and global community development
- Sports Analytics
The Department of Natural and Mathematical Sciences now offers a minor in physics. This is a great option for engineering, science, or math majors who want to become a sharper, more analytical thinkers, and/or to be more competitive and prepared for graduate school.