It is my pleasure to welcome you and invite you to visit our great division with rich offerings in the areas of Mathematics, Science and affiliated programs. Our division includes mathematics courses from Basic Skills to Differential Equations. The Science Departments offer not only transfer courses such as Cell Biology, General Chemistry, and Calculus-Based Physics, but also many General Education courses for the non-science major including Astronomy, Oceanography, and Physical Science. Take a look at the links to our Departments listed below to see the full range of courses we offer.
Division Faculty and Staff
Provides a comprehensive program ranging from developmental mathematics to advanced math suitable for an Associate Degree or Certificate, and for transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
The division offers well-equipped laboratories that allow our students to obtain hands-on experience in their respective disciplines.
The engineering program provides a complete lower division curriculum in engineering and allows students to obtain an AA/AS degree and transfer to any university to obtain a bachelor's degree in any field of engineering. The surveying program offers vocational opportunities to graduates.
Evergreen Valley College's Engineering program is one of the oldest and most respected programs in the Bay Area.
The Mathematics and Science Resource Center is available to our students to obtain additional help in any science and math subject. It is located in Acacia AD-141.
Our division embraces diversity and provides numerous resources to help students. Please do not hesitate to call upon me with any question you may have. Your comments and suggestions are most appreciated.
The Math, Science & Engineering Division office is in the Acacia building, room AE131, where Dean Michael Highers and Vera Nazarov, the senior division administrative assistant, are available to help you. We invite you to stop in or call us at (408) 270-6490.
Dean Division of Math, Science & Engineering
Evergreen Valley College
Michael Highers Dean of Math, Science & Engineeering
Vera NazarovSr. Division Administrative Assistant
(408) 270-6490Acacia Building, Room AE131
May 2, 2014
The Montgomery Hill Observatory is open tonight at 8:00 PM for its May star gazing. It is supposed to be partially cloudy so...check your email by 7:00 PM before coming
Mars and Jupiter will be easy targets along with a few deep sky objects, since Moon will be sitting low on western horizon. Hope seeing you all there for a fun evening.