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San Diego State University SDSU
SDSU was founded in 1897 and is one of the largest and oldest higher education facility in California. SDSU has a student body of nearly 35,000, a faculty of 4000, and an alumni base of more than 200,000.
This California State University school awards bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees in over 150 academic disciplines.
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Academic Colleges at SDSU:
College of Arts & Letters - Largest of the seven colleges at SDSU offering humanities and social science programs to explore the experiences, culture, language and philosophies of our society.
College of Business Administration - Accounting, Finance, Financial Services, Information Systems, Management, Marketing, and Real Estate.
College of Education - Preparation for California Teaching Credentials.
College of Engineering - Aerospace, Civil, Computer, Construction, Electrical, Mechanical, Environmental
College of Health & Human Services - Gerontology, Health Education, Nursing and Graduate School of Public Health
College of Sciences - Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental, Geology, Computer, Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics.
College of Professional Studies & Fine Arts - Arts, Drama, Theater, Criminal Justice, Communication, Hospitality, Journalism, Music
College of Extended Studies - offers a wide variety of lifelong learning classes, seminars and certificate programs. Career advancement courses are offered in many areas of management, leadership, and quality improvement while self-enrichment courses range from astronomy to web design. Additionally, the College offers more than 30 certificate programs, online courses, and many other learning opportunities - never stop learning.
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The Academy for Professional Excellence - School of Social Work - established in 1996 with the mission to provide quality training and organizational support to health and human services agencies in the Southern California Region.
American Language Institute - Extended Studies - a renowned teacher training center, educating teachers from around the world in the latest ESL/EFL teaching techniques and methodologies.
Coastal and Marine Institute - Sciences - study processes that affect the coastal and marine environment, to educate students and the public, and to provide advice on the wise use and management of natural resources. Home of the Coastal Waters Laboratory.
The Berman Institute for Effective Communication - School of Communication - dedicated to the study of language and behavior in social context.
The Bread and Roses Center - Women's Studies - for the promotion of creativity, scholarship, and community action in support of the women's movement, is the first such center in the nation.
The Center for Accounting in the Public Interest (CAPI) - Business School - the Public's Accountant as the Champion for Financial Literacy, Fraud Education and Stewardship Ethics.
Corporate Governance Institute - Business - dedicated to the study and application of responsible corporate governance principles worldwide.
Allison Center for Historical Science - Sciences - Throughout the history of science, many of the critical breakthroughs in scientific understanding have resulted from cross-disciplinary research.
Entrepreneurial Management Center - College of Business Administration - The EMC was created to help people at all stages of the business process to better their chances at achieving success in today's competitive environment.
Interwork Institute = Education - promoting the integration of all individuals, including those with disabilities, into all aspects of education, work, family, and community life.
The Institute for Leisure Behavior School of Hospitality - is the research and community service unit within the Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism at San Diego State University.
Institute for Nursing Research - Health & Human Services - promote collaboration in the conduct, dissemination, and utilization of nursing research that will contribute to the quality of patient care and service.
Institute for Public Health - Health & Human Services - improve the public's health by promoting best practices through quality evaluation, training, technology, practice-based research.
Institute for Regional Studies of the Californias - Arts & Letters - a forum for the investigation, discussion, and dissemination of information about the United States-Mexican border region.
June Burnett Institute - for Children, Youth and Families - interdisciplinary approaches that expand knowledge of children, youth and families; and programmatic evaluation of activities.
Mount Laguna Observatory - School of Astronomy - Considered one of the finest observing locations in the continental U.S., now with four telescopes at their disposal, the faculty and students of the astronomy department are endowed with a superbly equipped facility located in an outstanding site.
Osher Life-long Learing Institute - Age 50 and Over Learning Programs - an atmosphere of meaningful intellectual and social engagement without the burden of career preparation or emphasis on grades; students are given the opportunity to take academically rich courses that delve into topics that encourage discussion and intellectual stimulation.
SDSU Heart Institute - College of Health Education - to promote research and teaching programs relating to heart and cardiovascular system performance in health and disease, and to increase awareness of cardiovascular disease.
Summer Teen Daycamp - Extra curricular activities for 9th=12th Graders at SDSU include bowling, swimming, mock trials, TV production, website design, video game design, writers academy and more.
Travel Study Programs - adventures in learning. Participants push back the classroom walls and move into the world beyond to experience adventures such as learning the language and culture of another country, or studying the natural habitat and breeding of whales.
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