Colleges, Schools & Departments
Within the Academic Affairs administrative division, six colleges oversee CSUMB's academic operations. Each college includes several academic units that deliver degrees, minors, and other academic offerings. The university currently offers a total of 24 undergraduate degrees with over 30 included concentrations, more than 30 minors, seven graduate degrees, and several teacher certification options.
The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences empowers students to critically examine their place in the world: to imagine, to communicate, to collaborate, to create, and to transform. Our graduates are engaged global citizens ready for the realities of the 21st century. They apply values, interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to provide creative and socially responsible solutions for the future.
The College of Business develops effective, innovative, and ethical managers and entrepreneurs to excel in today’s diverse, global business environment. With a focus on responsible business, we're preparing tomorrow's leaders to make a positive impact on their local communities and the world.
The College of Education offers programs to help students become highly qualified and effective teachers. They provide students with the knowledge, skills and perspectives to positively impact the lives of children and contribute to social change through education.
Extended Education works to make learning opportunities available to meet the needs of working adults and members of the surrounding communities pursuing personal interests through university study.
The College of Health Sciences & Human Services provides high-quality, innovative academic programs that meet the educational needs of our students, the region, and the state in the fields of education, business, public policy, health, human services, and human performance and wellness.
The College of Science provides a broad-based, integrated approach to the study of science, technology, design and mathematics, and a framework for making informed and ethical choices in the information age.