Preparing Faithful Experts
The Department of Mathematics and Physics, housed in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and located in the Segerstrom Science Center, offers three majors and three minors, as well as a master's degree in applied statistics and analytics.
The department provides rigorous training in mathematics, physics, and statistics within a supportive environment. Students learn alongside faculty trained at world-class universities who are committed to living out their faith through innovative teaching and thoughtful mentoring. The department’s programs prepare students to use their technical expertise to serve as faithful leaders in society.
Learn more about our faculty, programs, courses, and student opportunities, including our math and physics fellowships that are awarded to two freshmen each year. You can also follow us on Facebook for department news, photos, and articles.
Five-Year B.S. Plus M.S. Pathway
Complete a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics: Computer Science and a Master of Science in Applied Statistics and Analytics in just five years. The combination of courses in these two degrees equips you with advanced skills in mathematics, computer science, and statistics, preparing you to be a competitive candidate for data analysis positions in a variety of fields and industries. Contact us for more information.
The Department of Mathematics and Physics at Azusa Pacific University:
- offers undergraduate programs in mathematics and physics and a single-subject waiver for a teaching credential in mathematics;
- offers a minor in statistics and a master's degree in applied statistics and analytics;
- provides General Education mathematics and science courses consistent with the outcomes of a liberal arts education; and
- prepares students for graduate study or success in their chosen careers.
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Fellowship Presentations - All are welcome!
Join us Friday, April 20, 2018 in SEGC175 from 3:30-4:30PM for a special presentation on "Mathematics and the Christian Worldview" by our 2017-18 Math and Physics fellows, Zachary Conner and Jesse Friedman. Pizza will be provided.