|College Administrative Offices||Office||Telephone|
|Dean of the College||Donald P. Zingale||HSS 239||338-3326|
|Associate Dean||Ann Hallum||HSS 239||338-3326|
|Consumer and Family Studies/Dietetics||Nancy Rabolt||BH 329||338-1219|
|Counseling||Wanda Lee||BH 316||338-2005|
|Gerontology||Anabel Pelham||HSS 242||338-1684|
|Health Education||Mary Beth Love||SCI 394||338-1413|
|Kinesiology||Susan Higgins||GYM 201||338-2244|
|Nursing||Karen Johnson-Brennan, Interim Director||BH 371||338-1801|
|Physical Therapy Graduate Program||Marsha Melnick||GYM 205||338-2001|
|Recreation and Leisure Studies||Don Taylor||GYM 307||338-2030|
|Social Work||Marvin Feit||PSY 420||338-1005|
The College of Health and Human Services offers undergraduate degrees1 in the following disciplines:
Health Science 12011
Hospitality Management 05081
Commercial Recreation and Resort Management
Restaurant and Institional Foodservice Management
Exercise Science and Fitness
Human Movement Studies
The College of Health and Human Services offers the following graduate degrees:1
The College of Health and Human Services was established in the Fall of 1994. It is organized into the following administrative areas: Consumer and Family Studies/Dietetics, Counseling, Gerontology, Health Education, Kinesiology, Nursing, Physical Therapy Graduate Program, Recreation and Leisure Studies, and Social Work. The B.S. in Hospitality Management is an interdisciplinary degree program offered in conjunction with the College of Business.
The primary mission of the college is to educate individuals to serve the present and future needs of society in the professional fields associated with health, human, and community services. The college promotes increased awareness among individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities of their roles as active agents in shaping personal action, public policy, and community life to enhance individual and collective well-being. In addition, it promotes greater understanding of the complex, interacting, physical, psychological, social, economic, political, and environmental factors which affect the performance and optimal functioning of individuals, families, and communities throughout the life span.
In addition to its undergraduate and graduate degree offerings, the college also offers a number of minor and certificate programs. Available minors include: Athletic Coaching; Counseling; Family and Consumer Sciences; Gerontology; Health Science; Holistic Health; Positive Health, Fitness, and Leisure; Recreation; and Women's Health Issues. Athletic Coaching is also offered as an undergraduate certificate program, Holistic Health is offered as a certificate through Extended Learning, and a certificate in Youth and Human Services Non-profit Agency Administration is offered by the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies.
A graduate certificate program is offered in Dietetics, with a focus on older adults, and Nursing offers a graduate certificate as a family nurse practitioner. The graduate program in physical therapy is a joint M.S. degree offered with the University of California, San Francisco. Undergraduate students interested in physical therapy may take a supporting major in one of the concentrations under the B.S. in Kinesiology or a major in biological sciences.
Curricula in the college meet high academic standards. All of the programs subject to national accreditation are accredited: Counseling by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs; Dietetics by The American Dietetic Association; Family and Consumer Sciences by the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences; Nursing by the National League for Nursing; Physical Therapy by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education; Recreation by the National Recreation and Park Association; Rehabilitation Counseling by the Council on Rehabilitation Education; and Social Work by the Council on Social Work Education. Nursing is also approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. The Gerontology program meets the guidelines of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE).
1. The numbers following the degrees are used by this university to identify the programs indicated. These numbers must be used on the application for admission, registration forms, application for graduation, etc.