School of Arts & Sciences
The School of Arts & Sciences includes programs in:
Your faculty are:
You’ll have opportunities to:
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Why Study Natural Science at PBA?
Textbooks come to life when you study at PBA, a university that is just
minutes from the Atlantic Ocean and other natural habitats,
Biology and Medicinal and Biological Chemistry students benefit from the numerous research facilities in South Florida.
PBA is one of only a few schools in the country to offer a medicinal and biological chemistry major at the bachelor level and is one of the few Christian institutions to offer a concentration in marine biology and an oceanography minor.
Want to enhance what you’re learning in the classroom?
Join the Science, Marine Biology and Pre-Health clubs at PBA and experience field trips and other activities.
Our students are prepared to go on to graduate or professional programs, or to exciting careers as professional scientists in:
Why Study Mathematics and Computer Science at PBA?
The Mathematics and Computer Science Department was selected as one of just 39 colleges and universities to receive a HP Technology for Teaching grant, designed to improve learning in the classroom through technology. PBA used this grant to redesign calculus courses to help students like you express calculus concepts from a graphical, tabular, symbolic and verbal standpoint.
You’ll benefit from clubs like the Mathematics Club, activities like Pi Day and from free tutoring and computer-based support in math and engineering.
Your PBA education will prepare you for advanced studies in graduate or professional programs and for careers in:
Mathematics — positions such as Credit Manager; Information Scientist; Inventory Control Specialist; Marketing Research Analyst; Bank Officer; Actuary; Computer Programmer; Loan Officer
Computer Science — careers in Computer Programming; Internet-oriented Programming; Legacy Systems Conversion; Information Systems Security
Speaking of PBA...
“My pharmacy professors stressed leadership, professionalism and integrating faith into your practice. They were accommodating and worked with me. Everyone in the program was willing to work to help each other reach their goals.”
-- Dr. April Neuhart Beebe ’08, Clinical Pharmacist, Texas Health Resources Hurst-Euless-Bedford, Bedford, Texas