With over almost 3,000 majors, 35 undergraduate degree programs, and 14 graduate programs, the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences excels in preparing students for successful careers. We work with extraordinary students—20% enter BYU as one of the top 5 students in their graduating high school class. A Wall Street Journal Survey revealed that BYU is ranked 11th nationally for graduates who were top-rated by recruiters.
CPMS is host to a nationally recognized research mentoring program, giving undergraduates an early opportunity to work within a lab and contribute to significant research. Much of that research ends up benefitting society: BYU leads the nation in several measures of transferring technology to industry.
CPMS commits significant resources to undergraduate and graduate student research. In addition, philanthropic donations and industrial research grants provide a significant portion of the resources needed to fund our mentorship and scholarship programs.
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