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The College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences strives to ensure that each student graduates fully prepared not only for a successful career but also prepared to become a lifelong learner.

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Our ambitious offering of 35 undergraduate and 14 graduate programs helps students by providing them with the knowledge, tools, relationships, and experiences required to make a difference in their chosen field.

Our college helps students cultivate a reverence for the Creator of the universe as our curricula incorporate essential ideas of religious truth. The college’s research mentoring program is nationally recognized and allows undergraduates to have firsthand experience working in a lab. As such a central part of the college, student research and mentorship programs receive considerable resources. Support from alumni and friends is vital to the success of our students. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

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Physical and Mathematical Sciences Stories

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BYU Speeches in Tongues

When Kika Londoño was eight years old, her family moved from Utah to Colombia for a year and a half. During this formative time, she came to love Latin America and the Spanish language.

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Hearing the Loudest, Sweetest Sound

A team of BYU students and faculty intent on studying the world’s loudest sounds traveled to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center to measure audio levels during the epic launch of the Artemis rocket—again.

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Reddit Reveals a Societal Shift

Researchers at BYU’s Computational Health Science Research Collaborative are crunching data to see how Reddit users search for and sift through medical information and how this has changed since the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Animation Students Awarded Another Student Emmy

Twice in a row: BYU won in both animation and advertising at the Student Emmys.

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BYU Animation Wins Student Emmy Award

Can a baby kraken become a pirate? Ethan Briscoe and Tyler Bitner led a group of over 20 students in creating an animation telling this entertaining story.

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Video Game Wins International Award

Emily Ellis and Gabe Reed directed and produced Liminus: The Silent Guard with nearly 50 other students to receive an International Award for video game design.