Analyze. Explore. Solve. 

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Study mathematics at NGU and learn to explore creative solutions to life’s toughest challenges.

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Pursue your passion without piling up student loan debt. NGU ranked #3 on the “Top 50 Christian Colleges and Universities with the Lowest Debt Burden” by Christian Universities Online (2016).

Mathematics: Your Key to a Limitless Future

You enjoy discovering concrete solutions to complex problems. Fortunately, that’s exactly what our world needs these days. From global logistics to energy production, we need critical thinkers now more than ever.;

Prepare for countless careers rooted in mathematics. Banker. Biomathematician. Cryptographer. Engineer. Market analyst. Meteorologist. Programmer. Schoolteacher. Statistician. Logistics director. And more. Put your abstract skills to use solving real-world issues.

Experience Learning in Theory and Practice

Bring Your Studies to Life

Engage the mathematical principles of our physical world in action. Connect on-paper theory with in-person reality. It’s calculus meeting physics through hands-on learning experiences. 

 

Computer Labs

Master the art of programming. Develop your computer-driven analytical mind. Then, apply your newfound skills to real-world problems through Numerical Analysis. 

Explore Your World Through Mathematics

After years of study, finish your degree with a research project of your choosing. Recent projects have explored the mathematics of warfare, voting systems, and even the rating systems of college football. Expand your understanding of the role mathematics can play in everyday life. 

Math Beside Experienced & Faithful Mathematicians

Cailyn Lee, MA
Instructor, Mathematics
Deborah Batson, MEd
Instructor, Computer Science
Roy Liu, PhD
Associate Professor, Mathematics
Jill Branyon, EdD
Distinguished Professor, Education
Kerry Ravan, MA
Instructor, Mathematics
Pat Freeman, MEd
Instructor, Mathematics
Charles Brian Crane, PhD
Associate Professor, Mathematics
Tim van den Meiracker, MS
Instructor, Computer Science

Study Mathematics in a Logical Sequence

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  • Mathematics Year 1

    Year 1 Example Courses

    • Calculus I & II
    • Intro to Information Technology
    • Old/New Testament Survey
    • Concepts of Physical Fitness & Wellness or Intro to Health Science
    • Composition & Literature
    • Physics with Calculus
    • Composition and Rhetoric
    • First Year Experience
    • Natural Science with Lab
  • Mathematics Year 2

    Year 2 Example Courses

    • Calculus III
    • Physics with Calculus II
    • Statistics for Science and Engineering
    • Foundations of Mathematics
    • Oral Communications
    • Old/New Testament Survey or World Religions
    • English Elective
    • Minor/Elective Courses
    • History Elective
  • Mathematics Year 3

    Year 3 Example Courses

    • Foundations of Geometry
    • Structured Computer Programming
    • Mathematics Statistics
    • Differential Equations
    • Fine Arts Appreciation Course
    • History of Faith and Mathematics
    • Minor/Elective Courses
    • Linear Algebra
    • Junior Seminar
  • Mathematics Year 4

    Year 4 Example Courses

    • Abstract Algebra
    • Senior Seminar
    • Numerical Analysis
    • Real Analysis
    • Minor/Elective Courses
    • Social Science Course

Elevate Your Perspective

You’ll also take Chapel every semester, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. You earn credit through attendance, and each course counts as half a credit. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.

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