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College of Health and Human Services

College of Health and Human Services

Dean: Ronald E. Vogel

Associate Dean: Michael Lacourse

Associate Dean for Research: Gail Farmer

Director of Development: Renee O. Hannan

Administrative Services Manager: Elizabeth Martin

Administrative Analyst: Germain Hernandez

Facilities Coordinator: Denysia O’Connell

Director of Technology: Mike Nosow

College Office: Engineering Technology Building (ET), Room 200
Telephone / FAX: (562) 985-4194 / (562) 985-7581
Website: www.csulb.edu/colleges/chhs/


The College of Health and Human Services offers a wide range of programs at the undergraduate and
graduate levels. Included within the College are eleven diverse departments, four programs, and twelve centers:


Communicative Disorders
Criminal Justice
Family and Consumer Sciences
Health Science
Physical Therapy
Professional Studies
Graduate Center for Public Policy and Administration
Recreation and Leisure Studies
Social Work
Health Care Administration
Military Science (Army ROTC)
Radiation Therapy
Bureau of Governmental Research and Services
Center for Career Studies
Center for Criminal Justice Research and Training
Center for Disability Studies and Scholarship
Center for Health Care Innovation
Center for Innovative Foodservices Technology
Center for Latino Community Health
Center for Successful Aging
Child and Family Center
Child Welfare Training Center
Joint Studies Institute
Kinesiotherapy Clinic
Movement Science Laboratories
Physical Therapy Assessment Center
Senior University


The College of Health and Human Services, as a professional College, is united by the following purposes:
• The academic and professional preparation of students for careers in their chosen field of specialization;
• The development and maintenance of high standards of academic achievement for students;
• The encouragement of critical thinking through rigorous academic and professional preparation; and
• The conduct of ongoing research, training, and community involvement by faculty and students.
• To achieve these goals, the College seeks to create an environment at both the undergraduate and graduate levels that encourages student growth by providing:
– A broad educational experience in the liberal arts;
– Specialized instruction leading to professional development and competence; and
– Integration of academic and professional course work
to develop the whole person.