Departments & Programs
College of Science Departments
- Biological Sciences
- Chemistry & Biochemistry
- Health Sciences
- Mathematics & Computer Science
- Earth & Environmental Sciences
College of Science Programs
Alameda County Collaborative for Learning and Instruction in Mathematics (ACCLAIM) is a regional initiative cosponsored by the California State University, East Bay (CSUEB) and the Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE), with the cooperation of local school districts.
The mission of the Best Institute is to develop creative teacher exchange in diverse communities. We are a partnership of university faculy, in-service and pre-service teachers, and public school administrators. Our focus is on rigorous science content aligned with the California Science Content Sandards. Our ongoing assistance will serve to support a pool of excellent teacher leaders who will carry their scientific and pedagogical expertise into their schools and to their students.
The Biotechnology Certificate Program (BCP) was established at CSUEB in 1986 to meet the personnel requirements of the rapidly expanding Bay Area biotechnology industry.
MBRS & Bridge NH Program
The mission of the CSUEB MBRS-RISE Program is to increase the number of underrepresented students who go on to graduate studies in the sciences, ultimately leading to an increase in diversity within the fields of scientific research.
The CSUEB Bridges to the Future Program is a federally funded program sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. The goal of the Bridges Program is to foster a deeper interest in the sciences among ethnically underrepresented community college students who plan to transfer to a 4-year university and pursue a B.S. degree.
Mental Health Workforce and Education Exchange
The Mental Health Workforce and Education Exchange at the California State University, East Bay is dedicated to providing information essential to building and sustaining a mental health workforce in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Preprofessional Health Academic Program, PHAP
The Preprofessional Health Academic Program operated by the College of Science provides a number of services to students of the University: general counseling about degree requirements, career choices, and personal decisions; assistance in selecting courses to meet admission requirements of the health professional schools; aid in preparation for national tests (such as DAT, GRE, and MCAT); information about health professional programs and careers in the health professions; aid in preparation of applications to professional schools; and submission of letters of evaluation in support of applications.