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Administration (2nd BA Program)

BA Administration (2nd BA Program)

Program Description:

The Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, in collaboration with the College of Extended and Global Education, is proud to offer a fully online Bachelor of Arts in Administration degree completion program. The curriculum provides students with a broad understanding of management and organizational behavior.

The BA in Administration Online program offers the same academically rigorous curriculum offered by the on-campus program with the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, focusing on training in management, quantitative analysis, communication, and professional judgment.
 

Program Coordinator: Dr. Yongseok Jang
Email: yongseok.jang@csusb.edu
Phone: (909) 537-7564
Location: JB 544

BA in Administration Online Program Page | BA in Administration Bulletin Page
 

Application Requirements:

  • $70 application fee
  • Submit official transcripts from each college attended. Any AP scores will need to be submitted as well to ensure test credits transfer.
     
Application Deadlines
Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Fall 2025

5/1/2024

11/18/2024

5/1/2025

Application Details: 

Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:  

  • Lower Division: Complete lower division coursework by successfully obtaining 60 semester (90 quarter) units of transferable course work taken at a regionally accredited* community college or university.  
  • General Education: Completion of lower-division general education requirements, which includes CSU History, Constitution and American Ideals requirement. For more information on the General Education requirements, please visit the CSUSB Bulletin - General Education Program.
    • Requirements may include the completion of the course with a grade of “C-” or better.
  • Golden Four Courses: Completed with a grade of “C-” or better in each course.
  • GPA: Meet minimum GPA requirements of 2.0 ("C") or better.
  • Eligible to enroll: Students must be in good standing and eligible to enroll at the last institution they attended.

Nutritional Science and Dietetics (2nd BS Program)

  

Nutrition Science (MSNS)

Program Description:

The post-baccalaureate program in Nutritional Science and Dietetics (NSCD) allows students with a bachelor’s degree to receive the Verification Statement (VS) for the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) by completing the courses in the program. The program requirements can be completed in 2 or 3 years, depending on whether the student completed the required biology and chemistry courses.

Program Coordinator/DPD Director: Dr. Dorothy Chen
Phone: 909-537-5340
Email: dchen@csusb.edu
Location: PS 319
Nutrition Science and Dietetics’ Department Page  | Nutritional Science and Dietetics’ Bulletin Page

Application Requirements:

  • $70 Application fee
  • Prior college transcripts (unofficial accepted)
  • A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
  • Evaluated document from CSUSB DPD Director with recommended courses
Application Deadlines
Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Fall 2025
4/30/2024 12/19/2024 4/30/2025

Application Details: 

Students must have the DPD Director evaluate their transcript before determining which courses must be completed at CSUSB. To have the transcripts evaluated, please contact the DPD Director, Dr. Dorothy Chen-Maynard, at dchen@csusb.edu. If the degree is completed outside the United States, the transcript must be evaluated by an ACEND-recommended agency for a detailed course-by-course evaluation. For the ACEND-recommended program review agency, please visit this website.

To complete the DPD evaluation and receive a list of DPD courses to be completed at CSUSB, students may send a copy of the following to the DPD Director:

  1. Course-by-course evaluated transcript by an agency,
  2. A copy of the transcript,
  3. A copy of the receipt for a $50 donation can be found on the CSUSB Foundation website.

It is advisable that students have their transcript evaluated by the CSUSB DPD Director prior to applying for the post-baccalaureate program. 

Students do not have to complete another bachelor’s degree; however, to receive the VS DPD, students must complete the 3000 and 4000 level courses in the DPD with a grade better than a B- and have an overall GPA of 2.80 or higher. 

To become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), the following requirements must be met to be eligible to take the registration exam administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR). 

  1. Completed bachelor’s degree,
  2. Received a Verification Statement for DPD,
  3. Completion of 1000 hours of supervised practice hours at an accredited program,
  4. Completion of a master’s degree,
  5. Receive a Verification Statement for a supervised-practice program (currently, CSUSB has a Master of Science degree in Nutrition Science (MSNS), which can be completed with the supervised-practice program (full or part-time options are available),
  6. Successful passage of the registration exam. 

After the student completes the first five items on the list, the DPD Director will submit the paperwork necessary to sign up for the registration exam to CDR. After successfully passing the registration exam, CDR will issue the certification to become an RDN. 

If students have any questions regarding this program, please do not hesitate to contact the DPD Director.

Online Criminal Justice (2nd BA Program)

 

Criminal Justice


Program Description:
The College of Extended and Global Education, in partnership with the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, is offering an online BA in Criminal Justice Degree Completion program. This program offers a broad range of courses to provide you with a comprehensive and solid background for entering or advancing in the criminal justice field. Courses focus on law enforcement, corrections, courts, and various aspects of crime including terrorism, drugs, white-collar crime, and victimization.
 
Program Coordinator: Dr. Janine Kremling
Phone: 909-537-5566
Email: jkremlin@csusb.edu
Location: SB-209H
Criminal Justice Online's Department Page | Criminal Justice Online's Bulletin Page
 
Application Requirements:

  • $70 application fee
  • Submit official transcripts from each college attended. Any AP scores will need to be submitted as well to ensure test credits transfer.

 
Application Deadlines:

Application Deadlines
Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Fall 2025

5/1/2024

11/18/2024

5/1/2025


Application Details:

  • 60 semester (90 quarter) units of transferrable coursework taken at a community college or regionally accredited university
  • Completion of lower-division general education requirements, including CSU History, Constitution, and American Ideals requirement.
  • 2.7 minimum GPA
  • Completion of the two prerequisite courses: Introduction to the Criminal Justice System and Introduction to Criminal Law.

Pre-Nursing

 

nursing


Program Description:
Professional nursing is a dynamic career with many opportunities. Registered Nursing is a prime occupation for job and professional growth. RNs are always in demand in California and other states. If you are looking to prepare for a fulfilling career in Nursing, look no further than the Bachelor of Science in Nursing at CSUSB. The baccalaureate degree in nursing at California State University San Bernardino is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. 
The pre-licensure BSN program prepares the graduate to take the national RN licensure examination (NCLEX-RN) and begin professional nursing practice. The baccalaureate degree in nursing also prepares graduates for advanced nursing education required to enter advanced practice nursing roles.
Two cohorts are admitted annually to the San Bernardino campus, Fall and Spring. One cohort is admitted annually to the Palm Desert campus in the Fall term.
 
Program Coordinator: Angie Gagalang
Email: NursingInfo@csusb.edu
Location: HP 231
Pre-Nursing's Department Page | Pre-Nursing's Bulletin Page

Application Requirements:

  1. The application must be submitted by April 1 for Fall term and July 1 for Spring term;
  2. Completion of the ATI-TEAS pre-admission examination, with a score of at least 70, by the admission application deadline;
  3. A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 overall;
  4. A grade of at least C (2.0) in each prerequisite course;
  5. Attendance of CSUSB Nursing Information Session;
  6. Completion of at least half of the science and at least half of the non-science prerequisite support courses listed below is a minimum to be considered for admission, with a cumulative GPA in the completed prerequisite courses of at least 3.0.

 
 Application Deadlines:

Application Deadlines
Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Fall 2025

*** Apply by invitation code only. ***

Not Offered

*** Apply by invitation code only. ***

Application Details:

  • Acceptance into CSUSB as a Pre-nursing student.
  • Completed pre-licensure BSN program application, submitted by applicable published deadline;
  • Completion of the ATI Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) pre-admission examination, with a score of at least 70, by the admission application deadline;
  • An overall cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or better;
  • A GPA of 3.0 or better on completed required prerequisite courses (all prerequisite courses listed below);
  • A grade of C (2.0) or better in each prerequisite course;
  • Attendance at a CSUSB Nursing Information Session;
  • California Residency per requirements for admission to CSU Impacted Programs;

Additional consideration and preference are given to:

  • Residents of the CSUSB local area.
  • Applicants who are bilingual.

RN to BSN (PostBac)

 

nursing


Program Description:
The RN to BSN program is for individuals who already possess a California RN license. It is offered at both the San Bernardino and the Palm Desert Campus. At PDC, the RN to BSN program is hybrid, with courses offered mostly via distance learning.
The CSUSB RN to BSN hybrid program provides an opportunity to earn the BSN with a combination of online and traditional classroom instruction, allowing face-to-face interaction with a faculty member. 
During on-line activities, students are expected to log on to Blackboard learning management system and participate in course discussions. There are two clinical rotations in the program that requires students to attend pre-arranged community sites and/or hospital agencies. Prior to being able to complete this learning activity, students must demonstrate compliance with the nursing department requirements.
 
Program Coordinator: Angie Gagalang
Email: RN-BSNinfo@csusb.edu
Location: HP 231
RN to BSN's Department Page | RN to BSN's Bulletin Page
 
Application Deadlines:

Application Deadlines
Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Fall 2025

*** Apply by invitation code only. ***

Not Offered

*** Apply by invitation code only. ***


Application Details:

Applicants must:

  • Document achievement of IGETC certification. Please note the prerequisite support courses listed below satisfy specific IGETC certification areas.
  • Designate the pathway of the RN to BSN program track to which admission is being requested (i.e., collaborative or post-associate-degree).
  • Meet the requirements of the desired pathway.
    • Collaborative pathway - current enrollment and good standing in an Associate of Science in Nursing degree program at a collaborating community college.
    • Post-associate-degree pathway - completion of an Associate of Science in Nursing degree and an active California RN license.
  • Earn a grade of C (2.0) or better in all required prerequisite courses. 
  • Completion of at least half of the science and at least half of the non-science prerequisite support courses listed below is a minimum to be considered for admission, with a cumulative GPA in the completed prerequisite courses of at least 3.0. Applicants may have required courses in progress, as long as the courses are completed before the student begins their first RN to BSN nursing course.
Prerequisite

Support Courses (29)

Units

BIOL 2200  Microbiology for Allied Health Majors

4

BIOL 2230  Human Anatomy and Physiology I for Allied Health Majors

4

BIOL 2240  Human Anatomy and Physiology II for Allied Health Majors

4

CHEM 2070  Fundamentals of General, Organic, and Biochemistry

5

MATH 1201  Introduction to Statistical Thinking

3

Course that fulfills the GE A1 Oral Communication requirement

3

Course that fulfills the GE A2 Written Communication requirement

3

Course that fulfills the GE A3 Critical Thinking requirement

3

Total Units

29

Social Sciences (2nd BA Program)

Social Sciences 2nd BA Program

Program Description:

The College of Extended and Global Education, in partnership with the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, is offering an online BA in Social Sciences degree completion program. This program offers a broad, flexible curriculum providing a solid foundation in the student’s history, political science, geography, and economics education. Students completing the program will be well-prepared to enter the Social Sciences teaching field and potentially enter a Single-Subject Teaching Credential program for Social Sciences.

Program Coordinator: Dr. Thomas Long
Phone: 909-537-3791
Email: tlong@csusb.edu
Location: SB 327F

Social Sciences Online Program Page | Social Sciences Bulletin Page

 

Application Requirements:

  • $70 application fee
  • Submit official transcripts from each college attended. Any AP scores will need to be submitted as well to ensure test credits transfer.

 

Application Deadlines:

Application Deadlines
Fall 2024 Spring 2025 Fall 2025

5/1/2024

11/18/2024

5/1/2025

 

Application Details:

  • 60 semester (90 quarter) units of transferrable coursework taken at a community college or regionally accredited university
  • Completion of lower-division general education requirements, including CSU History, Constitution, and American Ideals requirement.
  • 2.0 minimum GPA
  • Recommended: Six Lower-Division Requirements are recommended for completion prior to admission. However, students without them completed may complete them at a community college during their time in the program. For more information, please visit the Admissions Requirements page.