The Department of General Math and Science oversees developmental math courses, general education mathematics, and service courses in math and related areas (physics, physical sciences, etc.).
A.S. in STEM Mathematics
The Associate of Science in STEM Mathematics is designed to equip you with the right mix of computing and mathematical skills for academic and professional success in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
You’ll learn the basic concepts and methods in modern mathematics with our STEM Mathematics degree. Faculty grounded in their faith will help you develop your ability to think critically and apply advanced concepts to various disciplines. If your career path is still unclear, an associate degree in STEM Mathematics provides the foundational credentials and training you need for success in a wide range of careers.
Learn more about the online A.S. in STEM Mathematics degree.
B.S. in Computational Mathematics
With the Bachelor of Science in Computational Mathematics, you will learn the skills needed to solve real-world problems facing society. Gain the knowledge and practical experience to excel in a variety of scientific, technical, and business-related fields.
Learn applied mathematic skills from faculty grounded in their faith. Choose one of four specialized cognates to focus your studies. Our Computational Mathematics degree is offered 100% online giving you the flexibility you need to meet your professional goals.
Learn more about the online B.S. in Computational Mathematics degree.
B.S. in Physics
With the Bachelor of Science in Physics, you will learn the analytical skills needed to succeed in today’s technologically oriented society. Gain the knowledge and practical experience to excel in a variety of careers.
Learn logic, reason, and problem-solving skills from faculty grounded in their faith. Our Physics degree is offered 100% online giving you the flexibility you need to meet your professional goals.
Learn more about the online B.S. in Physics degree.
Teach Physics with Your B.Ed. Degree
Turn your passion for physics into a fulfilling teaching career. With a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degree in Physics Education 6-12 or Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree in Physics Education 6-12 – Earth Science, you can get the licensure you need to teach in this field.
Learn more about the online B.Ed. in Physics Education 6-12 degree.
The Department of General Math & Science offers residential and online developmental math courses, including:
- Fundamentals of Mathematics (MATH 100)
- Algebra for Non-STEM Majors (MATH 105)
- Intermediate Algebra (MATH 110)
Learn more about Developmental Math.