Do a person’s philosophical or religious presuppositions affect the way he views or does mathematics? Absolutely!

In addition to the technical or academic features of our programs, we offer something that very few institutions of higher learning can supply:  a Christian worldview perspective on mathematics and computer science.  

We are concerned about you as a person.  Because our classes tend to be smaller, we really get to know all our students very well.  We want you to grow in your understanding of the fields of mathematics and computer science, and we will work with you to achieve that understanding.  We also want you to grow in the other areas of your life, especially in your relationship with God.

You will have ample opportunity to meet with your professors outside of class.  We will be your academic counselors, but we desire also to be your spiritual mentors and friends.  We practice an open-door policy that will allow you to have free access to us whenever we are on campus.


Foundation Option

This option provides a solid background for a student desiring to go into a math-related career or go on to graduate school in a technical field. Courses tend to me more theoretical and analytical.


Applied Mathematics and Computer Technology

This option offers a hybrid between applied mathematics and computer science. The math courses here lean toward application more than theory. This option requires a larger amount of courses to give you the thorough background in applications that you need to move on to a successful technical career.


Secondary Licensure Option

This option provides the student with the necessary tools to teach mathematics at the secondary or middle school level. Students graduate with a teaching credential which is recognized by nearly every state in the union.




  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Chemistry


Sampling of Classes

  • Numerical Analysis
  • Number Theory
  • Modern Geometry
  • History & Philosophy of Mathematics
  • Programming I
  • Web Page Development
  • Networking
  • Data Structure

Potential Jobs

  • Math teacher (middle school, high school, or college)
  • Bible translator
  • Professional computer programmer
  • System administrator
  • Business manager
  • Engineer
  • School administrator
  • Banker
  • Statistician