Invaluable experiences with a personal approach

Pacific is at the forefront of experiential education and we have options for students of every discipline.

Study a variety of disciplines by taking classes at any of our nine schools and colleges and create a pathway designed for your passion. Discover more about our 80 undergraduate programs here.

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Accounting - BS

This four-year program includes study of all functional areas of accounting including financial, managerial, cost, federal income tax accounting, accounting information systems and auditing. You will be fully prepared for a career in the corporate, governmental and not-for-profit areas.
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Applied Mathematics - BS

The applied mathematics major is designed for students who are interested in applying their mathematics skills to problems in the real world, for example, in engineering. Our students graduate with a passion for mathematics and learning and are able to apply the problem-solving skills learned in the classroom to the world around them.

Economics - BA, BS, Minor

Economics studies the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services. As an economics student, you will learn how to apply theoretical understanding and analytical skills to a wide variety of issues, problems and policies.
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Engineering Physics - BS

Engineering physics is a cross-functional major that bridges the gap between applied science and practical engineering. It's both experimental and theoretical as it emphasizes research and development while also focusing on the design and analysis of complex problems. The curriculum combines depth in mathematics and physics beyond other engineering majors.
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Finance - BSBA

The Finance major in the Eberhardt School of Business prepares students to succeed in this promising profession.
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Mathematics - BA, BS, Minor

Pacific’s mathematics program help you to refine your knowledge and use of mathematics content, teamwork, mathematical modeling and technology. Courses are intended to give you a competitive edge when you enter the job market. Dedicated professors help you develop your mathematical reasoning, communication and problem-solving skills.