The overarching goal of the mathematics engineering science achievement (MESA) program at City College of San Francisco (CCSF) is to recruit, retain, and successfully transfer economically and educationally disadvantaged students majoring in calculus-based science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Our approach is a student-centered model, where knowledge and information are personalized and contextualized and strategies are explored for students to optimize their learning.

The CCSF MESA program offers the following:

  •     academic excellence workshops
  •     academic advising/counseling
  •     personal empowerment workshops
  •     science-related career advising
  •     access to research opportunities
  •     access to scholarship opportunities

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Available courses

You extend Calc I, II ideas into multi variables.

You'll learn about partial differentiation (multivariable differentiation), partial integration, gradients, Green's Theorem, Stoke's Theorem.

You learn about integrals, end behaviors (convergence/divergence), and sequence and series.

MESA environment to assist students taking Calculus and above.

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