Mathematical, Physical, and Computer Sciences

The Mathematical, Physical, and Computer Sciences Path of Study guides you from introductory to advanced work within the field. It helps you plan which programs you might take as you progress, while providing breadth, depth, and consistency throughout your time here at Evergreen.

Note: You can join or leave a Path of Study at any time and your credits will always count toward your Bachelor’s degree.

About Mathematical, Physical, and Computer Sciences

Computational, mathematical, and physical systems reflect an underlying order. As mathematicians and scientists, we seek to understand, explain, and predict that order through model building, experimentation, logical reasoning, and creative insight. In this Path of Study, you’ll be prepared for advanced work in chemistry, computer science, geology, mathematics, and physics.

Study these subjects collaboratively in classrooms, the lab, research groups, and out in the field. Apply creative and critical thinking to real-world problems and systems. Get hands-on access to cutting-edge computing, lab, and research technology that connects theory with practice and gives you technical and 21st-century skills that directly transfer to graduate school and the workplace. Design and carry out your own projects that will connect you to scientific literature; in advanced programs, these projects often result in capstone opportunities. Ultimately, you’ll become a responsible and ethical scientist and citizen, effective team member, and creative communicator, able to convey complex ideas to diverse audiences.

Foundational programs

Foundational Programs for 2019–20
Fall 2019Winter 2020Spring 2020
Calculus I (course)
Calculus II (course)
Calculus III (course)
Matter and Motion
Computer Science Foundations
Foundational Programs for 2020–21
Fall 2020Winter 2021Spring 2021
Calculus I (course)
Calculus II (course)
Calculus III (course)
Models of Motion
Computer Science Foundations
Foundational Programs for 2021–22
Fall 2021Winter 2022Spring 2022
Calculus I (course)
Calculus II (course)
Calculus III (course)
Models of Motion
Computer Science Foundations
Foundational Programs for 2022–23
Fall 2022Winter 2023Spring 2023
Calculus I (course)
Calculus II (course)
Calculus III (course)
Models of Motion
Computer Science Foundations
Foundational Programs for 2023–24
Fall 2023Winter 2024Spring 2024
Calculus I (course)
Calculus II (course)
Calculus III (course)
Models of Motion
Computer Science Foundations

Advanced programs

Advanced Programs for 2019–20
Fall 2019Winter 2020Spring 2020
Atoms, Molecules, and Reactions
Mathematical Systems
Data Structures and Algorithms
Advanced Programs for 2020–21
Fall 2020Winter 2021Spring 2021
Physical Systems and Applied Math
Data Structures and Algorithms
Computability
Environmental Analysis
Advanced Programs for 2021–22
Fall 2021Winter 2022Spring 2022
Atoms, Molecules, and Reactions
Mathematical Systems
Data Structures and Algorithms
Student Originated Software
Advanced Programs for 2022–23
Fall 2022Winter 2023Spring 2023
Physical Systems and Applied Math
Data Structures and Algorithms
Computability
Advanced Programs for 2023–24
Fall 2023Winter 2024Spring 2024
Atoms, Molecules, and Reactions
>Mathematical Systems
Data Structures and Algorithms
Student Originated Software