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Health and Human Services

CSUSM at Temecula currently offers healthcare-related degrees in Nursing, Kinesiology and Criminology. A skills lab allows nursing students to practice building their skills in a safe environment, while simulation and training labs give students an opportunity to experience a variety of real-world applications through robotics and computer applications. 

Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing

This fast-paced, 24-month additional bachelor's degree program is designed for those who hold a degree in a discipline outside of nursing and who have not completed any LVN or RN coursework. You will complete approximately 78 semester units of study in both didactic and clinical coursework. Completion of this program enables you to sit for the NCLEX examination for RN licensure.

Program starts each fall, spring and summer semester.

This program is offered onsite the Temecula campus, and is operated through CSUSM Extended Learning. For specific program details and application information, visit the ABSN webpage on the Extended Learning site. 

Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Justice Studies

This program provides you with a foundation for a lifelong understanding of crime and social justice and the myriad social processes surrounding both. You will be able to evaluate critical issues of crime and justice and to pursue solutions for positive social change. Prepare for a career in criminal justice and social service agencies, as well as graduate study in such fields as criminology, law, criminal justice, and justice studies. 

This program is offered onsite at the Temecula campus, and is operated through CSUSM Extended Learning. For specific program details and application information, visit the Criminology and Justice Studies webpage on the Extended Learning site. 

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology

The Kinesiology program with an option in Health Science is designed for those interested in working in public health, health/fitness education and promotion, wellness coaching, health research, and community health advocacy and programming. You will be skilled in promoting positive, personal behavior changes that have an impact on the health of individuals and their communities.

This program is offered onsite at the Temecula campus, and is operated through CSUSM Extended Learning. For specific program details and application information, visit the Kinesiology webpage on the Extended Learning site.