School of Arts and Sciences

Students in the Mathematics Department have an opportunity to learn from world-class professors.


As a mathematics major at Palm Beach Atlantic University, you’ll go beyond numbers and equations to an education infused with Christian values that will prepare you for a future of success — and service.

Why PBA?

As a mathematics major at PBA, you’ll:

  • Enjoy class sizes limited to 30 students so that you receive one-on-one instructor feedback.
  • Learn from dedicated Christians who are also experts in their field.
  • Engage in hands-on learning through internship opportunities.
  • Understand that mathematics isn’t an abstract, human invention but one of God’s greatest gifts.
  • Help others through service learning opportunities — within PBA and beyond.

Your Courses & Classes

Your Faculty

At PBA, Florida’s top Christian college, you’ll learn from a blend of instructors, from former high school math teachers to pure mathematicians. One faculty member worked as an actuary. Another has 32 years of experience as a high school teacher. Yet another worked in institutional research and mathematics curriculum. Most are extremely active in county, state and mathematics associations.

Your Opportunities

Unlike many universities where courses are taught by teaching assistants, PBA professors are real, present and ready to help you. PBA’s math department enjoys an excellent reputation in the community and in educational circles, which leads to first-rate employment opportunities for you after graduation

Your Future

With your mathematics degree from PBA, you'll be prepared for a variety of careers, including:

  • Actuarial field
  • Business and management
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Government
  • Law enforcement
  • Operations research
  • Statistics

Speaking of PBA...

"My PBA professors played an essential role in my being accepted to graduate school. Due to the small class sizes, they were able to take a personal interest in my life, including my spiritual life. I consider it a privilege to have had them as professors.”
-- Christine Adams, alumnus, Mathematics, Panama City, Florida