Mathematics and Science
MATHEMATICS & SCIENCE DIVISION
A solid foundation in Math and Science will take you anywhere you want to go. In the rapidly growing fields of technology, engineering, medicine, and many others, jobs for those with science, technology, math and engineering knowledge and skills are in abundance. Please explore our departments below! Division of Mathematics & Science Brochure.
mathematics & sciences departments
Biological Sciences include Anatomy, Biology, Botany, Environmental Science, Microbiology, and Physiology. Biology course offerings provide all students with options for their individual interests. Find out more!
Our Chemistry Department includes General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry. Explore our resources available for you.
Our Earth and Space Sciences Department includes Astronomy, Geology, Earth Science, Meteorology, and Oceanography courses. Explore these topics and find out more!
Unlock your potential with the new engineering program at SJCC! Expert instruction, cutting-edge facilities, and hands-on projects await. Embark on your path to innovation and success today! Learn more.
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San José City College will be launching the MESA Program this Spring 2023 semester. With the launch of the new program, the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office has awarded SJCC a $1.4M MESA grant for the next five years. MESA is intended for first- generation college students and students historically underrepresented in calculus-based STEM fields. The program aims to produce a diverse population of transfer-ready students to advance their STEM educational journeys in 4-year universities. MESA will provide services such as academic counseling, tutoring, internship opportunities, professional development, community building, and a dedicated study center. The MESA Center is located in M-101.
- Dr. Misty Stroud, Dean Math & Science
- Ms. Ricci Le, Interim Senior Administrative Assistant
- Science Complex, S-101
- (408) 288-3716
- Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm