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Unearth New Discoveries of God's Design.

If you are fueled by a pursuit to learn more about the intricate way in which God has created our world, you have a home in Cedarville's School of Science and Mathematics. Learn from dedicated faculty who are specialists in their fields, and be equipped to steward your knowledge as a professional seeking to make a difference in your vocation for the glory of God.

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Academic Programs

Studying science and mathematics at Cedarville is an avenue to deepen your knowledge of creation and kindle your worship of the Creator. In the classroom, you will be challenged to test, analyze, and solve with a critical mind, as biblical truth is woven throughout each course.

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Pre-Med Pathways

Prepare for a career in the medical profession with intentional academic training taught from a biblical worldview. You will be equipped to be a competent servant leader who fulfills the God-given responsibility to care for both physical and spiritual needs.

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Why Study Science and Mathematics at Cedarville?

From first-rate facilities to a solid biblical foundation, there are many reasons for you to call Cedarville home. As you prepare for an education in science and mathematics, see how your college experience can be defined by academic excellence and service to the Lord.

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Where Can My Degree Take Me?

Our science and mathematics alumni are making some amazing strides in their next steps after Cedarville. See the exceptional places they are studying and working, and imagine where God could take you in a few short years.

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School of Science and Mathematics Quick Facts

  • 387 Undergraduate Students
  • 98.1% Job/Grad School Placement
  • 17 Degree Programs
  • 32 Faculty Members

All new students are assigned a faculty advisor to help you make the most of your 1000 Days.

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Studying Science and Mathematics From a Distinctly Biblical Worldview

In the opening chapters of Genesis, God charges humanity to cultivate and keep the earth that He created with such intentional care. Precision and order were set throughout creation, and the responsibility was given to us to study, learn, and steward what He had made. The disciplines of science and mathematics uniquely allow you to fulfill this call, growing in knowledge of the world and handling your knowledge with faithful service to the Lord.

At Cedarville, your courses will be laid in this biblical groundwork; every classroom discussion, research project, and hands-on lab that you engage in will prepare you to be a professional who impacts your discipline with the grace and truth of Christ. Learn to exercise stewardship of your knowledge, and be equipped to care for the earth, for God's glory and the good of His image-bearers.

“For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and for him.”

— Colossians 1:16

Academic Programs

Explore the vast scope of learning opportunities.

Regardless of your chosen discipline, your days in the School of Science and Mathematics will be characterized by academic rigor, intentional growth, and a dedication to glorifying God. You will generally be in small classes, all taught by faculty who are specialists in their fields.

The advanced laboratories and equipment in our Engineering and Science Center will further your learning of key concepts and enable you to apply them in real-world scenarios. However the Lord chooses to use your passion for science and mathematics, you will leave Cedarville prepared to do excellent work in your field, testifying to the even greater works of our Lord throughout the earth.

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“When with bold telescopes I survey the old and newly discovered stars and planets when with excellent microscopes I discern the unimitable subtility of nature's curious workmanship; and when, in a word, by the help of anatomical knives, and the light of chemical furnaces, I study the book of nature I find myself oftentimes reduced to exclaim with the Psalmist, How manifold are Thy works, O Lord! In wisdom hast Thou made them all!”

— Robert Boyle

Pre-Med Pathways

Take steps now to prepare intentionally for your medical career.

Whether you're searching for opportunities to further your training or for answers to your medical school questions, you've come to the right place. Browse the ways that you can get involved at Cedarville as a pre-med student, like joining CUEMS, the nation's first collegiate emergency medical service. Learn which majors might be the best fit as you prepare for the medical profession, and access resources that will assist you as you pursue a career in your chosen field of healthcare.

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“Mathematics is the language in which God has written the universe.”

— Galileo

Why Study Science and Mathematics at Cedarville?

Learn how your Cedarville experience can be uniquely impactful.

Join over 350 other students who have chosen Cedarville as their home for studying science and mathematics. The opportunities that you'll have during your time on campus, as well as beyond graduation into the workplace, are compelling. Faculty bring real-world experience, a biblical perspective, and concentrated care for students to the classroom and the laboratory. You will be challenged academically through our rigorous programs but consistently supported by both your peers and professors. Learn more about what makes Cedarville different and how your college experience can propel you towards excellence in your academics and faithfulness in your walk with the Lord.

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"The more I study nature, the more I stand amazed at the work of the Creator."

— Louis Pasteur

Where Can My Degree Take Me?

Discover a world of possibilities for your studies in science and mathematics.

Prestigious schools and companies consistently offer educational and career opportunities to our graduates, who perform excellently in their individual fields. Not only are they influencing the world of science and mathematics, but our alumni are also making a difference by sharing the light of Christ in these fields that can seem so devoid of lasting truth and hope. Discover the places where our graduates are learning and working, and see how the Lord might use your Cedarville experience to have an impact for Him. 

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"There are two books laid before us to study, to prevent our falling into error: first, the volume of the Scriptures, which reveal the will of God; then the volume of the Creatures, which express His power."

— Francis Bacon

Dean – School of Science and Mathematics

Steve Gollmer

Steven Gollmer, PhD

Dean, School of Science and Mathematics; Senior Professor of Physics

“To navigate a complex world, we as Christians need to remain rooted in the Word of God. The solution to the world's problems is transformed lives through the Gospel of Christ. However, stopping there and remaining naïve about how the physical world works leads to shallow and superficial solutions when attempting to engage society on environmental, biological, and technological issues. The faculty of the School of Science and Mathematics desire that our students are excellent in their discipline of study so they can work productively and ethically with others to advance our understanding of the physical world. We also want them to faithfully steward that knowledge in serving others, apply it in managing the creation well, and worship by bringing glory to God. Follow the latest developments in the School of Science and Mathematics and our thoughts on engaging our world at the Cedarville STEM Blog.”

— Steven Gollmer, PhD