The College of Science and Mathematics at California State University, Northridge has five academic departments: Biology, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Geological Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics & Astronomy, with approximately 1500 undergraduate and graduate majors and a total enrollment of more than 3400 full-time equivalent students. A wide range of bachelor's and master's degree programs is offered. A talented and diverse faculty is committed to teaching excellence, high-quality scholarship, and the education of a multicultural student body in an intellectually supportive community. Both undergraduate and graduate majors participate in research with the faculty and their collective research accomplishments are a source of pride for the College.
|17-42 (.pdf)||Open||Mathematics||Statistics/Probability||Assistant Professor|
|17-41 (.pdf)||Open||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Physical or Analytical Chemistry||Assistant Professor|
|17-39 (.pdf)||Open||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Chemical Education||Assistant Professor|
|17-33 (.pdf)||Open||Geological Sciences||Geodesy||Assistant Professor|
|17-30 (.pdf) - Revised||Open||Biology||Marine Biology/Ecology||Assistant or Associate Professor|
|17-26 (.pdf)||Open||Biology||Cellular or Molecular Biology||Assistant Professor|