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College of Science and Mathematics

Providing Cutting-Edge Education Students Need for the 21st Century

The priority of the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) is to provide the cutting-edge education students need to prepare them for the opportunities they face in the 21st century, particularly those relevant to the Central Valley region of California. The College enrolls over 3500 undergraduate and graduate students in 21 bachelor’s and master’s level programs across the seven disciplines in our College--Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth & Environmental Studies, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology. We also offer dozens of science and mathematics courses in the general education program and as support for other majors. 

The heart of the College is its people. We have a diverse and accomplished group of over 150 faculty members who are dedicated to high-quality teaching, research and service to the University and the Central Valley community. Our faculty engage in disciplinary as well as interdisciplinary research collaborations in engineering, agriculture and social science. With our faculty, students have many opportunities to do science in the lab, field, or in the community, helping to prepare them for careers, graduate school, and professional programs beyond the classroom experiences they have in their majors. 

Last year, students presented their research in over 200 talks and posters and were co-authors on 59 scientific publications. All of our programs are supported by a talented and creative staff that is dedicated to student success. As a result of their Fresno State CSM degree, students enter exciting industry careers, pursue doctoral degrees and research careers, become K-12 and community college teachers, enter the health professions, conduct environmental research, and work for local, state, and Federal agencies. Many stay in our region and contribute to the culture, vibrancy and economy of the Central Valley.

Christopher Meyer

Dean Christopher Meyer
Phone: 559.278.3936

The Dean's office is located in Science II, Room 301. Please stop by and see us any time and also visit our website!


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