Division of Academic Affairs

California State University, Dominguez Hills is a dynamic, growing, and beautiful campus located in Carson, CA and we are pleased that you have decided to take advantage of the many excellent academic programs, resources and services we offer. Our University has outstanding professors who teach in our four Colleges and our departments continue to thrive despite a poor economy.  Above all, we are deeply committed to the students we serve and we are truly interested in your intellectual and personal growth. The entire University “family” – faculty, staff, administrators, and your fellow students – will share in your academic journey.  Take advantage of the opportunity this University has to offer and you will be well on the way to a challenging and rewarding college experience and a promising future.

 

Ronald E. Vogel
Provost / Vice President for Academic Affairs

The academic programs of the University are organized in the College of Arts and Humanities, the College of Business Administration and Public Policy, the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences and the College of Professional Studies. Within these administrative units, you will find a broad variety of both undergraduate and graduate programs designed to stimulate your intellectual curiosity and to prepare you for both a career and lifelong learning. The College of Extended and International Education within Academic Affairs offers additional opportunities through distance learning, managing on-line degree programs in Nursing and Business and Public Administration as well as extensive additional credit and non-credit offerings, certificate and training programs. Each of these units is described in more detail immediately following this section.

The administrators in Central Academic Affairs include the Provost and three Associate Vice Presidents. Each of these individuals can be relied on for assistance in facilitating student learning and achievement.

Another vital academic resource for students is the University Library, which houses a variety of books, periodicals, and on-line databases to support students in their academic endeavors. For more information, see the “Student Services” section of this catalog that describes the Library’s function and mission within the University.

The University recognizes that the college experience is not simply a matter of books and study. Thus, we offer a variety of academic and cultural programs, clubs and honor societies, and student activities designed to provide co-curricular support for student success. Significant opportunities for students to be involved with their professors in meaningful research efforts are widely available. In conjunction with our role as an active partner with the communities in our region, we offer a variety of service learning roles enabling students to put theory into practice. The unique diversity of this campus, recognized by national magazines and organizations, insures that all CSUDH students will have the opportunity of learning and socializing with others of diverse ages, ethnicities, and races, thus preparing them to work effectively in a modern and global world.

 

College of Arts and Humanities

The College of Arts and Humanities (CAH) is a vibrant place—a place for students to discover, to learn, and to combine the strengths and riches of knowledge and heritage with the energy and excitement of their future plans and promise.  The College of Arts and Humanities offers students opportunities to delve into a rich group of majors and programs of emphasis including Africana Studies, Art, Asian Pacific Studies, Chicana/o Studies, Communications, Dance, Digital Media Arts, English, History, Humanities, Interdisciplinary Studies/PACE, Labor Studies, Modern Languages, Music, Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding, Philosophy, Theater Arts, and Women’s Studies.

The arts and humanities provide a context for our impulse to inquire and for our creative gifts.  The arts and humanities console and provoke. They can invite spiritual and ethical reflections.  They allow us to more fully celebrate our gifts.  Engagement with the arts and humanities empowers learning, facilitates communication, and helps us to understand and develop our humanity. In a society where values are powerfully mediated by sight, sound, symbol, metaphor, and word, there is an urgent call for such engagement on all fronts.

The arts and humanities play a powerful role in transforming and transporting cultural values.  Twenty-first century life and enterprise have become ever more complex and diverse.  Increasingly, creativity and imagination are recognized as key to success in today’s world.  
It is no surprise that program offerings in the arts and humanities prepare students to lead in exciting and new developments in many arenas of life. Through the arts and humanities our students learn to decode, interpret, and understand the historical and associative messages represented in cultural artifacts, social values, and works of art.  They also learn to analyze, critique, and draw reasoned conclusions from what they see and hear and to ask the questions pertaining to identity, conflict, and mediation that are necessary to preserve and advance an enlightened citizenry.

The College of Arts and Humanities is centered upon people.  CAH faculty and staff members are accomplished and nurturing.  Faculty scholars and artists are experts in their fields, and they are dedicated to mentoring students and developing their critical thinking.  CAH faculty members prepare students for successful civic and professional engagement within a world that is fast paced and teeming with information.   In short, sophisticated education for a complex world.

Dream your dream, and live it.  The College of Arts and Humanities exists for you.  It is your home as you prepare for life.

 

George Arasimowicz, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Arts and Humanities

Associate Dean

Carol Tubbs, MFA

 

Office Location: LIB G-503                    Phone: (310) 243-3389

Division of
World Cultural Studies


Irene Vasquez, Chair

Africana Studies Department

Munashe Furusa, Chair

Asian-Pacific Studies Program

Jung-Sun Park, Coordinator

Chicana/Chicano Studies

Irene Vasquez, Chair

Women’s Studies

Ivonne Heinze-Balcazar,
Coordinator

Division of Performing, Visual and Digital Arts

Art and Design Department

Dance Program

Digital Media Arts Program
(Television Arts)

Music

Theatre Arts Program

Michele Bury-White, Chair

Doris Ressl, Coordinator


George Vinovich, Coordinator

Richard Kravchak, Chair

Sydell Weiner, Coordinator

Communications Department

Edd Whetmore, Chair

English Department

Helen Oesterheld, Chair

English, Graduate Program

Debra Best, Coordinator

History Department

Jim Jeffers, Chair

Humanities Program

Lorna Fitzsimmons, Coordinator

Interdisciplinary
Studies Department

Patricia Kalayjian, Chair

Labor Studies

Vivian Price, Coordinator

Negotiation, Conflict Resolution, and Peacebuilding Program

A. Marco Turk, Director

Modern Languages Department

Miguel Domínguez, Chair

Philosophy Department

Don Lewis, Chair

 

 

College of Business Administration and Public Policy

Education is the key to the workplace in the 21st century. Access to data has exploded due to the digital and Internet revolutions. However, the abundance of data in no way assures good decision making. Data must be converted to useful information through knowledgeable analysis. Such analysis can only occur through educated and informed individuals and systems. Additionally, students need effective communication and interpersonal skills. The College of Business Administration and Public Policy provides students with the skills to compete in the global markets of the 21st century.

Our first priority is to graduate baccalaureate students who can assume the full responsibility of an entry-level professional position in the private and public sectors. Our second priority is to graduate master’s students who can assume managerial positions in private and public sector organizations. Our third priority is to provide our graduates with the lifelong learning skills and motivation to grow and evolve as the economy changes. Graduates of the College of Business Administration and Public Policy find career positions in both large and small private and public sector firms, start their own businesses, work in local, state and federal governments and agencies, and in nonprofit organizations, and attend graduate programs and law school.

At the heart of our program in preparing students for the future is the faculty in the College of Business Administration and Public Policy. I proudly state that our faculty comprise a cadre of dedicated professors who are committed to teaching and remaining current with business, public administration, economics, and political science, research and theory. Faculty have been active as practitioners in their respective fields throughout their careers. This expertise greatly enriches the quality of classroom education as well as other related experiences, such as on-site tours, internships, guest speakers and enhanced job placement opportunities upon graduation.

Our faculty have designed a curriculum that has as its primary objective the transfer of “best practices” in business, government and not-for-profit organizations. As citizens and future managers or public administrators, students must develop the cultural sensitivities, technological and communication skills, negotiating techniques and team-building expertise to function in the diverse global economy that presents many opportunities for career success. The cultural, ethnic, gender, social and economic diversity within the faculty and student population of the CSUDH College of Business Administration and Public Policy provides students with a unique setting to develop the attributes and skills necessary to compete effectively.

The College believes that leaders do not just react to opportunity but, in fact, take actions that shape the opportunity. On the following pages, we describe the educational programs offered in the College of Business Administration and Public Policy, which are designed to shape the leaders that will create the world of opportunity in the 21st century.

We welcome inquiries and questions, and invite you to visit the campus and the College of Business Administration and Public Policy. We want to become your business, public administration, political science, or applied studies program of choice and prepare you for the ever-evolving and exciting world of opportunity that awaits you.

 

James T. Strong
Dean, College of Business Administration and Public Policy

Associate Dean

Kaye Bragg

Office Location:SBS B-306                   Phone: (310) 243-3548

Accounting and
Finance Department

Mohamed El-Badawi, Chair

Applied Studies Program

Jeff Badrtalei, Director

Business Administration
Program (MBA)

Ken Poertner, Director

Information Systems and Operations Management Department

Myron Sheu, Chair

Management and
Marketing Department

David Hoopes, Chair

Political Science and
Economics Department

Richard Palmer, Chair

Public Administration
and Public Policy Department

Jeff Badrtalei, Interim Chair

Undergraduate Business Advisement and Student Services

Albert Carpenter, Coordinator

 

 

College of Extended and International Education

The CSU Dominguez Hills College of Extended and International Education provides access to the University’s resources by offering degree, certificate, and credential programs and noncredit courses and workshops. Programs are offered both on-campus in Carson and at various locations throughout the area. Programs are also offered via television, teleconference, the Internet, and through traditional correspondence. The programs offer faculty the opportunity to experiment with both curriculum and instructional formats.

Extended Education programs include Extension; Travel Programs; Summer, Winter and other Special Sessions; Center for Training and Development; Humanities External M.A. Degree; Quality B.S. and M.S. degree programs; Open University; American Language and Culture Program; Center for Mediated Instruction and Distance Learning; OSHER Lifelong Learning Program; and International programs. Extended Education programs are largely financially self-supporting.

Extension

Extension provides courses, seminars, workshops, conferences, symposia and a variety of other programs for continuing education of professionals, and for those interested in developing personal and professional goals.

Certificate programs offered include Advanced Safety and Health, Alcohol/Drug Counseling, Assistive Technology, Community College Teaching, Construction Management, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety, Grant Writing and Administration, Home Inspection, Human Resource Management, IT Certification Programs, Medical Insurance Billing, Meeting and Event Planning, Orthotics, Paralegal, Personal Fitness trainer, Pharmacy Technician, Production and Inventory Control, Professional Supervision, Prosthetics, Purchasing, Safety and Security, Sports and Fitness Psychology, Technical Writing, Turf Maintenance, Video Game Design, Web Administration, Project Management and Web Design.

Travel Programs

Extended and International Education offers a variety of travel study opportunities throughout the world. Ongoing programs include trips to Alaska, the Galapagos Islands, Mexico, Russia and Eastern Europe, Thailand, Vietnam and more. All trips are escorted by university faculty who are well acquainted with the cultural opportunities available in the country being visited. Successful completion of the study portion may earn university credit.

Summer Programs

From June through the final week in August, Extended and International Education offers a comprehensive array of extension courses, travel study, certificate programs, professional and personal development courses, and youth programs. In addition an extensive schedule of degree-applicable courses is available for non-matriculated students.

Winter Session

During the first three weeks of January, the University offers a series of 1, 2, and 3 unit courses designed primarily to meet the needs of students who wish to accelerate the completion of their degree programs. These courses earn residence credit and are open to any adult who meets the course prerequisites. Winter session courses are self-supporting and tuition and student fees are charged.

Humanities External M.A. Degree Program

CSU Dominguez Hills, through the College of Extended and International Education, offers a Master of Arts in Humanities conducted through correspondence with telephone and e-mail communications with faculty. This program is ideal for qualified persons who are unable to attend classes on campus and/or who prefer an independent approach to advanced education. Specially designed course guides lead students through examination of significant works, themes, methods, and periods in the humanities discipline.

Quality B.S. and M.S. Degree Programs

CSU Dominguez Hills, through the College of Extended and International Education, offers Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degree programs in the field of Quality. Quality is an interdisciplinary profession practiced by management personnel responsible for planning and assuring the quality of products and services. The Bachelor of Science in Quality and the Bachelor of Science in Quality with a Measurement Sciences option prepare entry level professionals and incorporate an interdisciplinary approach that blends basic sciences, technologies, management principles, and quality concepts. The Master of Science in Quality and the Master of Science in Quality with a Service and Health Care option prepare senior professionals to serve on quality teams in areas such as product management, design engineering, manufacturing engineering and service. Both degrees are designed to meet the needs of the working professional and are offered completely online.

The Center for Training and Development

The Center for Training and Development, a unit of Extended and International Education, develops and conducts specialized in-service training programs to meet the needs of business and industry as well as public institutions and nonprofit organizations. Programs include short courses, workshops, seminars and consulting services.  Certificate and degree programs may be designed to respond to corporate needs.

American Language and Culture Program

The American Language and Culture Program (ALCP) is an intensive English program specifically designed for international students who wish to prepare themselves for study in a U.S. college or university or who wish to study English for personal, business,
or professional reasons. The program provides intensive practice in reading, grammar, writing, conversation, and study skills.

International students may apply for conditional admission to the University through the ALCP. Submission of the required TOEFL score is necessary prior to the beginning of classes. Students may take the Institutional TOEFL through the ALCP.

The ALCP also offers both short term travel-study programs which combine English language studies with sight-seeing and/or visits to local businesses in the Los Angeles basin, and customized on-site language and culture training courses for corporations and other organizations.

Open University

Open University provides an opportunity for those who have not been admitted to the University to enroll in regular on-campus, degree-applicable courses. On a space-available basis, selected undergraduate and graduate courses are open to anyone 18 years or older who meets prerequisites and has the instructor’s approval. Students enroll through the Extended and International Education Office and pay extension fees. Undergraduate students may apply up to 24 semester units earned through the program to a degree. Graduate students may apply a maximum of 9 semester units from Open University to a degree. Matriculated CSU students may not enroll through Open University.

Center for Mediated Instruction and Distance Learning

The Center for Mediated Instruction and Distance Learning provides satellite and videoconferencing services and administers the University Distance Learning programs. University programs and courses are delivered to homes, schools, and work sites using a combination of satellite, UHF, Digital TV, cable television, compressed video, videotapes, and the Internet. Current offerings include a Bachelor of Science in Quality Assurance, a Master of Science in Quality Assurance; a Bachelor of Science in Nursing; a Master of Science in Nursing; a Master of Arts in Behavioral Science, Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding; a Master of Business Administration; a Master of Public Administration; Certificate programs in Assistive Technology, Community College Teaching, Production and Inventory Control; Purchasing; graduate and teacher education courses; and selected high school classes.

Learning in Retirement

The College of Extended and International Education, with support from the Bernard Osher Foundation, sponsors the Bernard Osher Lifelong Learning Institute for seniors.

International Programs

The College administers training programs for international clients and degree programs offered abroad. The University, through the International Education Center, offers opportunities for student study abroad, faculty exchange and international travel.

OSHA

The College has been designated by the U.S. Department of Labor as an OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC).

Margaret Gordon
Dean, College of Extended and International Education

Associate Dean

Joanne Zitelli

Office Location: EE 1300                       Phone: (310) 243-3737

 

College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences

The core mission of the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences is to prepare individuals for careers in scientific research, math/science education, or applied science fields such as medicine, dentistry, engineering, computer technology, and clinical psychology. Disciplines represented in the College include Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Mathematics, Sociology, Physics, and Psychology. The College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences contributes to the general education program in three ways; first, through its offering of mathematics courses designed for students to develop basic quantitative skills, secondly, through the offering of non-major courses that introduce students to general scientific concepts and methods, and, thirdly, through the offering of upper-division integrative studies courses in Science, Math, and Technology (SMT) and Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS).

In an increasingly technological society, graduates with degrees in natural or computational sciences are in high demand. Public schools, in particular, are aggressively recruiting highly qualified teachers in math and science to prepare the next generation of scientists and science educators. Virtually every organization needs individuals who can coordinate their electronic communication networks, maintain their hardware and software, and manage large databases. State and federal agencies allocate billions of dollars each year for biomedically related research of various kinds, including psychological research, ultimately in pursuit of cures for the numerous illnesses and diseases that plague humankind today and to save our environment. Still other federal agencies award large grants for military and outer space research. Careers in the natural and behavioral sciences can be very lucrative and personally rewarding.

The College prides itself on being the home of a number of outstanding teaching award recipients. As teacher-scholars, they are devoted to teaching in both the lecture format as well as the hands-on laboratory format, where students learn firsthand what it means to “do science.” To their credit, faculty in the College have received federal training grants to provide support for minority undergraduate students in the sciences. The National Institutes of Health sponsored MBRS RISE and MARC USTAR programs are exemplary of this effort.  Students graduating from RISE and USTAR continue in top Ph.D. programs at universities across the country and become part of the nation’s biomedical workforce.  In addition, through a collaboration with California State University-Fullerton, the Physics faculty at CSUDH have developed an Engineering Option in the Physics undergraduate program that prepares students for immediate entry into the Electrical Engineering graduate program at Fullerton.

In summary, the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences offers a world of opportunities for its students.

 

Laura Robles
Interim Dean,
College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences

Associate Dean

Rod Hay

Office Location: LIB C-502                    Phone: (310) 243-2547

Anthropology Department

Susan Needham, Chair

Behavioral Sciences (BA)

Linda Groff, Coordinator

Biology Department

John Thomlinson, Chair

Biology Graduate Program

Katherine Bates, Coordinator

Chemistry and
Biochemistry Department

H. Leonardo Martinez, Chair

Computer Science Department

Mohsen Beheshti, Chair

Earth Sciences Department

Ralph Saunders, Chair

Mathematics Department

John Wilkins, Chair

Physics Department

James Hill, Chair

Psychology Department

Ramona Davis, Chair

Psychology Graduate Program

Karen Mason, Coordinator

Sociology Department

Clare Weber, Chair

Sociology Graduate Program

Kara Dellacioppa, Coordinator

               

College of Professional Studies

The College of Professional Studies is an exciting college that prepares individuals to become teachers, school counselors, principals, other educational professionals, nurses, health care professionals, human service professionals, social workers, marriage and family therapists, child development specialists, orthotists and prosthetists, exercise scientists, recreation specialists, clinical laboratory scientists, and radiation technologists.  The College is made up of three Schools: the School of Education, the School of Health and Human Services, and the School of Nursing. 

The mission of the College of Professional Studies is to address the educational, health, mental health, and social needs of the human population.  This goal is accomplished through an interdisciplinary preparation of students who will be equipped to deliver quality and comprehensive services within a multiethnic, multicultural, and multiclass society.  Given our campus location, the College’s programs address the needs and issues of individuals, families, and communities living in a diverse urban environment.  Our students grow and thrive professionally and personally.  As a result, our graduates are certain about the contributions they can make to society in their chosen profession.

The impact that our graduates make on society is limitless.  There is no service more fundamental to society than educating children, ensuring the health and physical well-being of society’s members, and the maintaining the mental health and social well-being of each member and community. 

We look forward to being a significant part of your preparation.

Mitchell T. Maki
Dean, College of Professional Studies

Office Location: Welch Hall A-310       Phone: (310) 243-2046

School of Education

The School of Education houses the Department of Liberal Studies, the Division of Teacher Education, and the Division of Graduate Education. The School offers professional programs that prepare teachers, specialists in curriculum, multicultural education, and educational technology, counselors, and school administrators for the urban, multicultural community. These programs are designed to offer high quality educational opportunities for students at the undergraduate, postbaccalaureate, masters, and advanced levels.

n Liberal Studies:

      Liberal Studies is an interdisciplinary major for students who intend to become elementary classroom teachers. Courses leading to the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies are designed to prepare future teachers to acquire content knowledge in the subject areas taught in elementary schools. The Blended Liberal Studies option is an accelerated program that provides an alternative route to teacher credentialing for upper division and community college transfer students pursing elementary teaching careers. The curriculum in this option blends upper division subject matter with credential course work and provides participants with early field experiences in schools.

n Division of Teacher Education:

      Within the Division of Teacher Education are the basic credential programs for teaching in elementary, secondary, and special education classrooms. Student teaching and internship programs are offered through the Multiple Subject, Single Subject, and Education Specialist (special education) credential programs. The Multiple Subject Program prepares teachers for self-contained classrooms, usually kindergarten to grade six. The Single Subject Program is designed to prepare teachers for subject-specific teaching areas, generally in departmentalized classes at middle or high school. Credentials and a Master of Arts Degree are offered in Special Education. Educational professionals in Special Education are prepared to provide services to infants, children, and youth through the Early Childhood, Mild/Moderate, and Moderate/Severe Programs.

n Division of Graduate Education

      The Division of Graduate Education is designed to provide knowledge and understanding of the basic foundations and theories of education as well as advanced training in specific fields. The Division offers credentials in Educational Administration and Pupil Personnel Services - School Counseling. Options for the Master of Arts Degree in Education include Counseling, Educational Administration, Individualized Program, Multicultural Education, Curriculum and Instruction, and Technology Based Education.

Many of the courses in the School of Education are offered during the late afternoons and evenings to accommodate the needs of working professionals. Courses and field experiences are also offered at several Professional Development Schools that were developed in partnership with school districts in the Los Angeles basin. These urban educational environments provide opportunities for future professionals to work with culturally and linguistically diverse students.

 

Cynthia Grutzik
Acting Director, School of Education

Office Location: COE 1490                   Phone: (310) 243-3510

Division of Graduate Education

Farah Fisher, Chair

Department of Liberal Studies

Cynthia Grutzik, Chair

Division of Teacher Education

Diane Hembacher, Chair

 

 

School of Health and Human Services

The School of Health and Human Services is home to academic programs for students interested in fostering physical, psychological and familial well-being of individuals.  Our talented and dedicated faculty prepares professionals to work with populations in need of support and service in the areas of mental, physical and interpersonal health.  The wide array of programs offered by the school share common features – a rigorous curriculum recognized by professionals in the field, nurturance of high academic standards, and opportunities to practice skills in the field under expert supervision.

There are three Divisions and two Departments in the School of Health and Human Services offering various degree programs, certificate programs and options. The School’s academic units and some corresponding highlights are as follows:

n Division of Health Sciences:

      The Division of Health Sciences consists of programs in Clinical Science and Health Science. Clinical Science offers one of the few four-year curricula in the country leading to a bachelor’s degree and eligibility to take professional certifying examinations in medical technology and Cytotechnology.

            Health Science offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Science with options in Community Health, Health Care Management, Orthotics and Prosthetics, and Radiologic Technology.

n Division of Human Development:                

      The Division of Human Development consists of undergraduate programs in Child Development and Human Services, a Master’s degree program in Marital and Family Therapy, and a postbaccalaureate certificate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders.

n Division of Kinesiology and Recreation:

      The Division of Kinesiology and Recreation offers various options in its undergraduate program in Physical Education: Athletic Training, Fitness Director, Pre-Physical Therapy, and teaching, along with minors in coaching and teaching. Subject matter equivalency is also offered in Physical Education. A Master’s degree with a Physical Education Administration option is also offered.

n Department of Occupational Therapy:

      The Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) is offered as an entry-level first professional degree. The program accepts student applicants who have completed a bachelor’s degree in another major and wish to enter the field of occupational therapy.

n Department of Social Work:

      The Department of Social Work offers the Master of Social Work (MSW) degree. This degree is required for licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. The degree is offered through both full-time and part-time programs.

Anupama Joshi
Acting Director, School of Health and Human Services

School of Health and Human Services
Office Location: WH A-310                    Phone: (310) 243-2046

Division of Health Sciences

Pamela Krochalk, Chair

Clinical Science Program

Cheryl J. Harris, Coordinator

Health Science Program

Communications Sciences and Disorders

Community Health

Health Care Management

Orthotics and Prosthetics

Radiology Technology

 


Margaret (Dee) Parker

(vacant)

(vacant)

Scott Hornbeak, Coordinator

Tuyen Bui, Coordinator

Division of Human Development

Child Development Program

Human Services Program

Communication
Science and Disorders

Marital and Family
Therapy Program

Anupama Joshi, Chair (acting)

Kimberley Radmacher, Coordinator (acting)

Ginger Wilson, Coordinator

Margaret (Dee) Parker,
Coordinator

Michele Linden-Shaw,
Coordinator

Division of
Kinesiology and Recreation

Physical Education

Athletic Training

Coaching

Fitness Director

Pre-Physical Therapy

Teaching

Recreation and Leisure Studies

Recreation Administration

Therapeutic Recreation


Ben Zhou, Chair

 

(vacant)

John Johnson, Coordinator

Ben Zhou, Coordinator

(vacant)

Carole Casten, Coordinator

Mary Lou Cappel, Coordinator

Department of
Occupational Therapy

Claudia Peyton, Director

Department of Social Work

Larry Ortiz, Director

 

School of Nursing

The School of Nursing is a trendsetter in health care education in California and the nation. If you are currently a registered nurse and want to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree in nursing, you will find our program flexible and available with innovative and updated curriculum with multiple delivery modes from which to choose, including web-based curriculum at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The School of Nursing also offers an entry level Master’s degree program. This program offers individuals with a bachelor’s degree in a related field the pathway to becoming a registered nurse and earning a master’s degree in nursing.

Carole A. Shea
Acting Director, School of Nursing

School of Nursing
Office Location: WH 320                        Phone: (310) 243-3596

School of Nursing

Carole A. Shea, Director (acting)

R.N.-B.S. in Nursing Program

Kathleen T. Chai, Coordinator

M.S. in Nursing

  Master’s Entry-Level 

  Master’s Entry-Level

  Family Nurse Practitioner

Rose Aguilar Welch, Coordinator

Rose Aguilar Welch, Director

Patricia Hinchberger, Associate Director

Gay Goss, Coordinator