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California state university, fullerton

  1. 1. California State University, FullertonA Comprehensive University with a Global Outlook
  2. 2. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FULLERTON • Ranked among “Top Public Universities” by U.S. News and World Report. • Listed among “America’s Best Colleges” according to Forbes Magazine • 36,000 students • 1,000 international students from 80 countries • Overview of Cal State Fullerton: q-6O3tgueY&feature=channel
  3. 3. UNIVERSITY DEGREE PROGRAMS 100+ Degrees Undergraduate and Graduate Programs
  4. 4. NINE COLLEGES• College of the Arts• Steven G. Mihaylo College of Business and Economics• College of Communications• College of Education• College of Health and Human Development• College of Humanities and Social Sciences• College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics• College of Engineering and Computer Science• University Extended Education
  5. 5. COLLEGE OF ARTS Graduates of this highly regarded college are well-prepared to enter professions that include: • Graphic design • Illustration • Animation • Musical theatre • Acting • Theatre set, lighting and costume design • Instrumental performance • Teaching
  6. 6. STEVEN G. MIHAYLO COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & ECONOMICS The college is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a “2011 Best Business Program” and is included in Princeton Review’s “Best 300 Business Schools.” It is the largest accredited business school on the West Coast, and is nationally recognized for accreditation in both its business and accounting programs. Degrees are offered in Business Administration, Economics, Marketing, Management, International Business and more.
  7. 7. COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATIONS The College of Communications one of the largest if its kind in the western United States and the fourth largest in the nation. Students are well prepared to enter careers in: • Public Relations • Advertising • Visual Communications • Print and Broadcast Journalism • Television and other digital media • Tourism • Speech Therapy
  8. 8. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION The college provides degrees and credentialing programs for educators. Students are well prepared for careers as: • K-12 Teachers • Reading and Resource Specialists • Educational Consultants • Educational Technology Leaders • Instructional Designers Advanced programs, including the Doctor of Education degree program, prepare graduates for leadership positions in schools and colleges.
  9. 9. COLLEGE OF HEALTH & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT The college has more than 5,000 students pursuing degrees, credentials and/or licensure in more than 20 high-quality programs that meet state and national accreditation standards. Students are well prepared for careers in: • Nursing • Social Services • Counseling • Teaching • Child Development • Public Health • Athletic Training • Exercise and Sports
  10. 10. COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS The college offers 39 degree programs that emphasize hands-on learning experiences and real-world applications. Areas of study include: • Biology • Chemistry • Biochemistry • Geology • Physics • Mathematics The college is also known for providing research opportunities for undergraduates, and for preparing students for entry into medical and other health professional schools.
  11. 11. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE This college prepares students to enter technical careers in engineering and computer science with a baccalaureate degree and to advance their careers with a master’s degree. Areas of study include: • Civil & Environmental Engineering • Computer Engineering • Computer Science • Electrical Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Software Engineering
  12. 12. COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES The college offers more than 40 degree programs that prepare students for a wide range of professions, graduate school, and advanced professional study. Areas of study include: • Anthropology • Psychology • Languages • Political Science • Criminal Justice • Public Administration • Geography • History • Sociology
  13. 13. COST OF ATTENDANCEAnnual Expenses Undergraduate (12 units) Graduate (9 units)Tuition and Fees $15,056 $14,090Living Expenses, Insurance, $17,195 $17,195 books (variable)Total $32,251 $31,285Additional for MBA $4,572 Note: Tuition and fees are subject to change
  14. 14. UNIVERSITY EXTENDED EDUCATION Pre-University Program The Pre-University Program provides intensive academic English classes to prepare students for study in a U.S. college or university. Students have the opportunity to: • Improve their English skills • Improve their TOEFL score • Take university classes • Experience American culture
  15. 15. STUDENT LIFEOutdoor Pool Library Recreation Center
  16. 16. ON-CAMPUS LIVINGGarden Cafe Variety of food on-campus New dormitories opened in 2011
  17. 17. Southern CaliforniaThe Ideal Destination
  18. 18. LOCATION: FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA • Located in Orange County, California • Population 135,000 • Headquarters to many Fortune 500 companies • Home to largest shopping mall in California • Major tourist destination • Safe, affluent and suburban community
  19. 19. DISTANCES FROM: FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA Disneyland 12 km Beaches 35 km Downtown Los Angeles 48 km Los Angeles Airport 48 km Hollywood 61 km - Average temperature 21°C - Mild winters with little rainfall
  20. 20. CONTACTNhan T. HoProgram CoordinatorInternational Academic ProgramInternational Outreach+1-657-278-8654+1-657-278-7055 (Fax)