School of Science

 

Welcome to Christ’s University in Pacific, (CUP), Department of Mathematical Science!  To prepare you for a successful and fulfilling career, we offer and coordinate all the requirements for study undergraduate program in Mathematical Science. We look forward to assisting you and providing many opportunities to enhance your future career. As a Mathematics student you are advised to use this handbook, along with other important information sources, for guidance in the undergraduate mathematics program.  Official information sources include the Undergraduate Handbook, Student Manual, Class Schedule, and department academic advisors.  Regularly meeting with an academic advisor is a good way to stay informed.

 

The purpose of the mathematics major is to provide students with the opportunity to develop their analytical thinking, quantitative reasoning, problem-solving, and communication skills that will prepare them to succeed in either graduate school or in a variety of careers in business, industry, government, or teaching. Concurrently, the mathematics education major will help students recognize mathematics as the language God used in establishing the physical laws of the universe.

 

Learning Outcomes: Graduates of the mathematics program will be able to;

  • explain key concepts in the major areas of undergraduate mathematical science,
  • apply established methods of problem solving in the major areas of undergraduate mathematical science,
  • apply abstract reasoning to mathematical systems, and
  • communicate the nature of mathematical science as the language of science and as a means of representing the natural laws that God established in Creation.

  

1. Bachelor of Science (Mathematical Science - B.Sc.)

2. Bachelor of Science (Criminal Justice - B.Sc.)

3. Master of Science (Mathematics Administration - M.Sc.)

4. Doctor of Philosophy (P.hD.)