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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.
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One of the missions of Cal State San Marcos’ College of Education, Health and Human Services is to prepare students for highly skilled and ethical health care careers through collaborative engagement with community and regional partners.
Melissa Hernandez has taken that vision to heart.
Community Service hours provided by students at our partnership sites
Credentials, certificates, and degrees were granted last year
CEHHS students enrolled
Alumni since 2011
Clinical and Community partnerships and growing!
Everyone knows about the life-or-death danger that military members are exposed to when they enlist. Perhaps less appreciated is the everyday wear and tear that their bodies absorb because of the physical rigors of the job.
Bob Smetanka is all too familiar with that. He joined the Marines during his last year of high school, just before Sept. 11, and served for five years, mostly at Camp Pendleton. He sprained his ankle multiple times. He hurt his shoulder. Nearly two decades later, he deals with persistent pain in his knees and lower back.