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College of Education, Health & Human Services (CEHHS)

Making Lives Better for Everyone

CEHHS offers a wide array of undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, and graduate programs designed to prepare students for rewarding and purposeful careers in education, nursing, public health, social work, speech pathology, human development, and kinesiology. We expect our graduates to be critical thinkers and creative problem solvers. We expect them to serve as agents of change in their workplaces and communities. We expect them to make a difference.

 

Nursing Students Step up Amid Pandemic by Vaccinating Community

Nursing student Evan Swarth gives a shot at The Sports Center on campus, one of three sites where CSUSM students are helping with vaccine efforts. Photo by Andrew Reed

Nursing Students Step up Amid Pandemic by Vaccinating Community by Brian Hiro

556,309
Community Service hours provided by students at our partnership sites in AY 18/19

 

Over 3,300
CEHHS students enrolled in Fall 2020

 

17,115
Alumni since 2011

Over 500
Clinical and Community partnerships and growing!

 

News

The first cohort of Master of Public Health students is pictured at commencement in May 2018. The public health program was recently approved to become a department.
The first cohort of Master of Public Health students course, which has CSUSM students helping K-12 students learn tools and techniques to learn STEM topics, remotely during the pandemic.
Catherine Baker and Nancy Romig
School of Nursing faculty Catherine Baker and Nancy Romig have received $1.33 million state grant to help further build the pipeline of psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners in California.
Norm Bishop (center) and his wife, Alice, work with CSUSM student Jessica Mos.
Norm Bishop and his wife, Alice, work with CSUSM student Jessica Mos at the Speech-Language Clinic in the Extended Learning building in February. The clinic soon shut down because of the coronavirus and is now offering telehealth services. Photo by Andrew Reed

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School of Education Information Sessions

Master of Science in Kinesiology

 

 

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Office: University Hall 421

Phone: 760-750-4311
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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