School of Natural and Applied Sciences
The School of Natural and Applied Sciences consists of six departments and additional interdisciplinary centers. The School's academic programs actively explore the many facets of Creation, and seek to more fully understand the ways in which God our Creator reveals Himself to us.
Programs within the School of Natural and Applied Sciences will guide students as they learn the foundational principles of a range of fields in both the pure and applied sciences. Our programs also provide students with an excellent background in the mathematical, computational, and systems analysis methodologies that are the basis for so much of modern science and engineering.
While programs within the School are committed to the discovery and teaching of the fundamental nature of Creation, our programs also prepare students to apply this knowledge to critical issues facing our world today, that is, to "minister Christ's love to a world in need" in unique and creative ways. We are also committed to a focused discussion and application of the principle of Stewardship in our lives.