Central California Mathematics Project (CCMP)
The CSU Stanislaus CCMP provides professional development opportunities for math teachers and teacher candidates. (209) 667-378.
High School Mathematics Access Program (HiMAP)
Saturday tutoring program in math and science for 6th â 12th grade students. (209) 667-3780.
CSU Stanislaus Teacher Recruitment & Retention (TRRP) Office
College of education unit that provides program information and financial aid advising to teacher candidates and prospective teacher candidates. (209) 667-3751
CSU Stanislaus College of Natural Sciences
The College of Natural Sciences consists of five departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics/Physical Science/Geology. The College establishes a scientific community that nurtures its students in the intellectual and technical capacity to succeed in their academic pursuits. Our programs combine a strong emphasis on the theory and methods of the science disciplines with their practical applications. Classroom lessons are reinforced by real-world applications through laboratory, clinical, and field experiences. Our innovative curriculum encourages students to explore their potential, and to prepare for challenging scientific careers or to pursue advanced studies.
CSU Stanislaus College of Education
Whether you are a prospective student or an educator looking for new career opportunities, you will find that the College of Education at CSU Stanislaus offers unparalleled choices. Our programs include those that prepare students for credentials in teaching (Elementary and Secondary), School Counseling, Special Education, School Administration, Multilingual Teaching, and Reading. In addition, we offer advanced programs such those culminating in Masters degrees in Curriculum and Instruction or Educational Technology. Finally, we offer a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership with specialization in P-12 or Community College leadership.