Cal Poly Pomona College of Science

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Cal Poly Pomona College of Science
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Exterior view of building 4
Parent institution
Cal Poly Pomona
Dean Brian Jersky

The College of Science at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona) offers majors in nine fields leading to bachelor of science degree.


First-Time Freshmen Profile[1]
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Enrollment 280 362 363 392 317 262 319
Average GPA 3.30 3.22 3.26 3.22 3.32 3.37 3.43
Average SAT 1039 1022 1001 1056 1075 1066 1083

Teacher Education and Professional Development[edit]

The College of Science offers numerous programs for preparing teachers of mathematics and science. The College sponsors numerous professional development programs for pre-K through grade 12 teachers.

Center for Education and Equity in Mathematics, Science and Technology (CEEMaST)[edit]

CEEMaST contributes to the improvement of science and mathematics education in preschool, elementary and secondary schools. It conducts workshops and courses for teachers, consults with local schools and districts, and maintains an instructional materials library for K-12 teachers' use.

Science Educational Enhancement Services (SEES)[edit]

SEES provides educational services for students enrolled in the College of Science who are first-generation college students, unfamiliar with a university environment, or for those students who can benefit from working with the faculty and other students to strengthen their connection to the University and enhance their ability to succeed academically.

Academic Excellence Workshops[edit]

An Academic Excellence Workshops is a supplement to certain beginning level chemistry, mathematics, computer science, physics and engineering courses which is open by invitation only. Participants in MEP in the College of Engineering and SEE in the College of Science receive priority consideration. The Workshop program promotes technical excellence in the subject area while also developing student and communication skills under the guidance of a trained facilitator.


  1. ^ "Just the Facts". California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Archived from the original on 2010-12-04. Retrieved 2010-05-09. 

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