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College of Health and Human Development

Nursing instruction

DEAN
Roberta E. Rikli

ASSOCATE DEAN
Ellen Junn

ASSISTANT DEAN, STUDENT AFFAIRS
Lea Beth Lewis

DEAN'S OFFICE

Education Classroom Building 606
(714) 278-3311

COLLEGE WEBSITE
http://hhd.fullerton.edu

“Our college offers programs that focus on areas of broad human concern – the health, development, and well-being of people of all ages from infancy to older adult years. I welcome you to the College of Health and Human Development and the opportunity to learn the knowledge and skills needed to make a lasting contribution to the world in which we live.”


Dean Roberta E. Rikli
College of Health and Human Development

Through its teaching, scholarship, and service mission, the College of Health and Human Development provides students with an education that contributes to their intellectual, personal, and professional development. Emphasis is placed on both theory and practice, with special attention to the development of critical thinking and humanistic skills needed to function in a widely diverse and ever-changing society. Programs in the college lead to traditional academic degrees at the baccalaureate and graduate levels, as well as to a variety of specific certificates, credentials and licenses.

The College of Health and Human Development is organized into the following departments and programs: Child and Adolescent Studies, Counseling, Health Science, Human Services, Kinesiology, Military Science, Nursing and Social Work.

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PROGRAMS OFFERED
Child and Adolescent Development, Bachelor of Science

Child and Adolescent Development, Minor

Counseling, Master of Science

Health Science, Bachelor of Science

Health Science, Minor

Human Services, Bachelor of Science

Human Services, Minor

Kinesiology, Bachelor of Science

Kinesiology, Minor

Kinesiology, Master of Science

Military Science, Minor
   Second Lieutenant Commission, U.S. Army

Nursing, Bachelor of Science
   (ADN to BSN)
   Prelicensure to BSN

Accelerated Associate Degree to Master's Degree Program (ADN to MSN)

Nursing, Master of Science
   Family Nurse Practitioner
   Nurse Anesthetist
   Nursing Leadership
   Prelicensure to MSN
   School Nursing
   Women’s Health Care

Master of Public Health

Master of Social Work

ACCREDITATIONS
The College of Health and Human Development offers high quality programs that meet state and national accreditation standards. Major accrediting bodies for college programs include:

  • American College of Nurse Midwives
  • Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
  • Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
  • Council on Accreditation for Counseling and Related Educational Programs
  • Council for Standards in Human Services Education
  • National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission

RESEARCH CENTERS AND INSTITUTES
In addition to its academic degree programs, the college also sponsors the following interdisciplinary centers and institutes. For additional information, see the Research Centers section of the catalogue.

  • Center for Community Collaboration
  • Center for Health Disparities Research
  • Center for the Promotion of Healthy Lifestyles and Prevention of Obesity
  • Center for the Advancement of Responsible Youth Sports
  • Center for Successful Aging
  • Center for Chronic Pain Management
  • Sports and Movement Institute

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
The College of Health and Human Development is proud of its active student organizations and honor societies. The following department-based organizations combine to form the College of H&HD Inter-Club Council:

  • Alpha Lamda (ROTC)
  • Child and Adolescent Studies Student Association
  • Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society, International, Kappa Omega Chapter
  • Eta Sigma Gamma Honorary Society, Delta Rho Chapter, Health Science
  • Graduate Counseling Student Association
  • Human Services Student Association
  • Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society, Kinesiology
  • Kinesiology and Health Science Student Association
  • Nursing Students Association

Lifespan Center

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