The College of Science provides a broad-based, integrated approach to the study of science, technology, design, mathematics, and a framework for making informed and ethical choices in the information age. Our students are equipped with the skillset to tackle both local and global issues by the time they graduate. Our alumni work in a range of careers; spanning applied scientific research, environmental consulting, computing technology, marine conservation, data analysis, scientific illustration, and beyond.
Located at the nexus of world-class research institutes, state and regional preserves, the Fort Ord National Monument, Salinas Valley, and the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary; California State University, Monterey Bay is a prime location for studying the interconnection between science, the environment, agriculture, technology, and design.
In close partnership with local organizations, government agencies, and community colleges, students within the College of Science have ample access to practical, hands-on learning opportunities. Service Learning, research experiences, and internship placements help provide science students with unique college-to-career pathways.
Environmental studies students are passionate about making a difference. Through coursework, hands-on and community-based experiences, students learn the knowledge, skills, and compassion to help build a more just and sustainable world, by starting in our own communities.
The CS program provides excellent educational opportunities to students committed to promoting inclusive excellence through high-quality teaching, well-structured pathways, academic success support, internship, and research & development opportunities for a diverse student population.
College of Science News
Marine scientist Cheryl Logan forecasts the future of corals
In a new study there is positive news among the dire predictions for the future health of ocean corals, but Logan and collaborators maintain that human action is still needed.May 19, 2021
CSUMB students place first and second at the CSU Student Research Competition
The annual event invites research presentations from all disciplines, and required a written and video presentations, as well as a live Q&A with a jury and an audience.May 17, 2021
Beyond the Ordinary
CSU Monterey Bay provides over 7,000 students an extraordinary opportunity to learn on a residential campus just one mile from the shores of beautiful Monterey Bay. The university offers 25 unique and sought-after degree programs in six colleges.May 9, 2021
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