Aerospace Studies (Air Force ROTC)
The Air Force ROTC mission is to commission second lieutenants through the campus program offered at Cal State University, San Bernardino. Students enrolled in Air Force ROTC earn college credits that can be used to fulfill elective requirements or to obtain a minor in aerospace studies. All full-time college or graduate students enrolled at the above named schools can pursue an Air Force commission.
Ethnic Studies is the interdisciplinary study of the major historical and contemporary political, economic, and social events that have shaped the experiences of ethnic and racial groups in the United States. The goals of the minor are to enable students to understand historical and contemporary events as they relate to social inequality; explore how race, class and gender inequality have fostered pensions in the U.S.; use critical thinking to explore these issues; enhance the oral and written expression of critical ideas; and to prepare students to be productive citizens in a society.
The human development major is an interdisciplinary program of study of the processes and changes that characterize human development. The major provides the important advantage of offering a holistic and multi-disciplinary approach to human growth and development. Course offerings are drawn primarily from human development, psychology, sociology and anthropology, with electives available from other departments. Students selecting the Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development typically choose careers related to working with people when they graduate, e.g., education, social services, counseling and guidance, or health delivery services. The major also provides academic preparation for graduate-level training in related fields, including human or child development, family studies, psychology, social work, law, gerontology, human ecology, and education.
Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies
Please visit Center for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies website for detail.
Military Science (Army ROTC)
Military science is the process of translating national defense policy to produce military capability by employing military scientists, including: theorists, researchers, experimental scientists, applied scientists, designers, engineers, test technicians, and military personnel responsible for prototyping. In so doing, military science seeks to interpret policy into what military skills are required, which, by employing military concepts and military methods, can use military technologies, military weapon systems and other military equipment to produce required military capability.
Model United Nations
The Model United Nations Program at CSUSB are interdisciplinary programs housed in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, which teach students about international affairs, diplomacy, public speaking, diplomatic writing, and parliamentary procedure. Additionally, both programs provide students with a 'hands-on' approach to the study of international politics, economics, security issues, and social affairs. For additional information please contact Professor Kevin Grisham.