Tuesday , June 18 2024


CSUSB criminal justice program recognized

Cal State San Bernardino’s online criminal justice master’s program has been ranked among the top programs of its kind by a college research and planning guide. The ranking, based on an assessment of 156 accredited colleges and universities in the nation, placed Cal State San Bernardino 18th, according to a …

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CSUSB online program recognized

Cal State San Bernardino’s online program has been ranked the 10th best of it kind among colleges and universities in California. Study.com “evaluated hundreds of schools and selected California State University-San Bernardino based on academic and career resources for California students, the quality of education, and program accessibility, among other …

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CSUSB graduate school programs lauded

U.S. News & World Report has again recognized Cal State San Bernardino for having several outstanding graduate school programs. The magazine, which regularly ranks U.S. colleges and universities in multiple academic categories, ranked CSUSB’s Master of Fine Arts program 178 of 272, its Master of Public Affairs 117 of 274, …

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CSUSB business school to try new master’s degree program

The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship will feature mentors from the business world and will stress starting businesses from the ground up. The program comes at a time when the traditional MBA is slipping. Later this year, the Jack H. Brown College of Business & Public Administration at Cal State …

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UCR shuts down

University of California, Riverside is officially closed to everything but critical operations. The campus shut down Monday, with final exams scheduled to end today, according to a statement on the university’s website. The spring semester, scheduled to begin March 30, will be conducted exclusively online.  All non-essential travel is suspended …

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CSUSB receives bank grants

Cal State San Bernardino has received $75,000 in donations from Wells Fargo. The grants, worth $25,000 each, will be used to help several programs, including  the Veterans Success Center, Coyote First STEP, the Inland Empire Small Business Development Center and the Women’s Business Center, according to a statement on the …

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