UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2024-2025

Programs

Bachelor's Program(s)

Health Administration, B.S.

The B.S. in Health Administration degree program provides initial preparation for careers in health services administration, and for those already employed, an opportunity to continue their professional advancement. The major provides a curriculum that is contemporary and relevant to evidence-based health administration practice and that meets national standards for excellence. The undergraduate curriculum also prepares …

Public Health, B.S.

The B.S. in Public Health program serves students who are interested in pursuing careers in public health. The program prepares students to plan, implement and evaluate health and human service programs and to work in the field of public health. Graduates of this program are employed by public and private health and human service agencies …

Radiologic Sciences, B.S.

The Radiologic Sciences B.S. degree program prepares practitioners (radiologic technologists) to work with patients and physicians, performing a wide variety of diagnostic imaging procedures within the radiology (X-ray) department. The radiologic technologists must know the principles of anatomy, physiology, pathology, radiographic imaging, radiation safety, the operation of many types of X-ray and computerized equipment, the …

Minor Program(s)

Minor in Gerontology

The interdisciplinary minor in Gerontology is offered by the College of Health and Human Development. The minor complements many other academic majors, and many of the courses satisfy the requirements or electives for other programs. The program provides students with the knowledge and skills to pursue a career in the field of aging. Graduates with …

Minor in Health Sciences for Teachers

The Health Sciences for Teachers minor provides students who have or are about to receive a California teaching credential with the opportunity to obtain a Supplemental Authorization in Health Science. Contact the Credential Office for more information.

Minor in Human Lactation

This minor prepares students for entry-level positions as lactation educators.

Master's Program(s)

Health Administration, M.H.A.

The graduate degree in Health Administration prepares students for management and leadership roles in health services organizations and systems. The curriculum provides for advanced study of issues, problems and strategies for managing the effective and efficient delivery of healthcare through public, voluntary and private sector healthcare organizations, including, but not limited to, hospitals, long-term care …

Public Health, M.P.H.

Community Health Education Option

The mission of the CSUN Public Health program is to prepare professionals to: Identify and assess needs and assets of diverse communities. Plan, implement and evaluate programs. Apply analytic and research methodologies to public health practice. Serve as leaders and advocates in their community and profession. Provide solutions for current and future public health challenges. …

Public Health, M.P.H.

Applied Epidemiology Option

The mission of the CSUN Public Health program is to prepare professionals to: Identify and assess needs and assets of diverse communities. Plan, implement and evaluate programs. Apply analytic and research methodologies to public health practice. Serve as leaders and advocates in their community and profession. Provide solutions for current and future public health challenges. …

Certificate Program(s)

Health Administration Certificate

This Health Administration certificate is offered through The Tseng College. The postgraduate certificate is comprised of five classes (select one specialization, national or international). The certificate is linked to the student’s Master of Public Administration degree and is a completely online program.

Professional-specialization-certificate Program(s)

LGBTQ+ Health Certificate

This professional specialization certificate program is intended for post baccalaureate students pursuing a social science and/or health-related graduate program, and health professionals with at least an undergraduate degree who want to supplement their knowledge on LGBTQ+ health and learn actionable strategies to improve health disparities. Utilizing a multidisciplinary lens and intersectional analysis, this program addresses …