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  • Links & Resources
    in mind that the college of Health and Human Services does not endorse and is not responsible for any of the content of the sites listed below Social Education and Political Links Sacramento State Schools of California Online Resources for Education Human Rights Search Engine Center for Diversity Education Excellence Culture Links The Smithsonian Association for Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance California Politics Federal Links US Healthcare Policies Guidance US Census Bureau Centers for Disease Control and Prevention US Food and Drug Administration Health Advocacy National Center for Health Statistics US Health and Human Services Federal Healthcare Policy Federal Citizen Information Center Federal Interagency Forum on Aging Related Statistics Information on US Legislature US Department of Justice Grant Information Internal Revenue Service IRS State and County Links CA Department of Developmental Services CA Department of Health Services CA Department of Social Services CA Health and Human Services Agency CA Department of Mental Health State of California Government Legislative Information Updates Senate Information District 6 Sacramento County Information Office of the Attorney General CSUS Library The Sacramento Bee California Healthcare Association California Healthcare Foundation CalPERS State Controllers Office State University Chancellor Social Security Office Medical Links Links to General Medical

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  • Update Magazine
    Plan Contact Us Links Resources Update Magazine Meet the Dean News Highlights Departments Criminal Justice Kinesiology Health Science Nursing Physical Therapy Recreation Parks Tourism Admin Social Work Speech Pathology Audiology Students Commencement Scholarships Accomplishments Resources Forms Dean s Honor List ASI Student Employment Faculty Staff Info Accomplishments Resources Forms Documents Centers Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution Sac Mentoring Language Speech Hearing Center Criminal Justice Center Video Archive Email

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  • News & Highlights
    Email Link News Highlights September 2015 Speech Pathology Audiology Professor Celeste Roseberry McKibbin received a presidential Daily Point of Light Award for her children s book drive Professor Roseberry McKibbin has collected more than 103 000 books for at risk children in poverty here in Sacramento and in other countries Thank you for your service Please click here to view the article December 2014 Kinesiology Professor Maureen Smith was inducted into the National Academy of Kinesiology this fall Only a few people were selected across the United States and Internationally What an honor congratulations Please click here to view the article September 2014 Nursing Professor Dian Baker founded groundbreaking news in the nursing profession when she figured out why her patients were mysteriously dying of pneumonia Her study proved the lack of good dental hygiene was the culprit Please click here to view the article July 2014 Nursing Professor Christine Vourakis was inducted into the American Academy of Nursing for the 2014 Class of Fellows This is the highest honor in the nursing profession Congragulations Please click here to view the article July 2013 Alumna Mathilde Mukantabana earned a Master s in Social Work from Sacramento State and has been named Rwanda s ambassador to the United States Please click here to view entire article Dr Dian Baker from the School of Nursing helps to win a federal grant to fight diabetes in the Hmong Community The project is a community based participatory research partnership overseen by a community advisory board whose members are of Hmong descent and include health care workers and community leaders I think it s a wonderful opportunity for the Hmong community to do research and outreach within the community Baker says Please click here to view the entire article Physical Therapy Students Provide Rehabilitative Services

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  • Division of Criminal Justice
    or plan on transferring in the future this is what you need to know read more about Impaction Fall 2016 Undergraduate Majors Fall 2016 applications to the Criminal Justice major will be from February 1 to March 11 2016 read more about Fall 2016 Undergraduate Majors Master s Program Interested in a Master s Degree in Criminal Justice Frequently asked questions read more about Master s Program Master s Degree applications The Criminal Justice Master s Degree Program is accepting both Spring and Fall applications Click to find out about the current application period read more about Master s Degree applications Programs Program Impaction Bachelor of Science Master of Science Research and Publication Service Connected to the Community CRJ 195 Internship Pre Law Advising CAPCR CSCCJ Welcome Welcome to the Division of Criminal Justice where we offer a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degree as well as a minor in Criminal Justice We also offer a Forensic Investigation minor for Biology and Chemistry majors and a Forensic concentration for Biology majors The Division strives to develop students with the skills needed to contribute to the knowledge base of best practices for justice systems to train our graduate students to develop new knowledge and to advance the understanding of criminal justice for the scholarly and practice communities The Division of Criminal Justice has a long history deeply rooted in public service In the almost seventy years of offering criminal justice classes we have seen substantial change in the public s perception of our governmental systems in the services that are available and in the very concept of justice Through many years of progressive hiring the Division has evolved as well In today s rapidly changing marketplace the Division strives to see beyond the prevailing justice paradigm and develop students who will be competitive in a global marketplace We are committed to graduating students who are critical thinkers strong writers and who will be active members of an engaged citizenry To that end we offer a robust liberal arts curriculum with a respect for diversity an emphasis on ethical reasoning and creative thinking and a broad lens through which to analyze the science of criminal justice The Division is home to many ancillary student development opportunities including specialized training mentoring research and discussion forums The Division recently added a new crime scene lab with state of the art technology Through division resources and strong community relationships we provide multiple professional development opportunities to a diverse student body Please browse our website and contact us with questions We welcome you to learn more about our Division and share in our success Dr Mary Maguire Chair Division of Criminal Justice Our Mission The mission of the Division of Criminal Justice is to prepare the leaders of tomorrow s criminal justice community to make positive decisions Through a multi disciplinary curriculum and a faculty with diverse expertise experiences and perspectives students are exposed to the theories applications and ethics related to crime and

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  • Department of Kinesiology and Health Science
    Advancement to Candidacy Advisors Assistantships Classification Status Culminating Experience Department Thesis Thesis Procedures Grad Forms Scholarships Career Possibilities Career Opportunities KHS Job Postings KHS Resources Faculty Update KHS Key Request KHS Parking Request KHS Space Request SacLink Email KHS Work Order Dept Feedback ENS Sign Up CHHS Home Approved Internship Sites Mission Statement The Department of Kinesiology and Health Science through its university and community based programs provides a unique blending of physical mental and emotional social dimensions of learning This unique blending of the whole individual provides the University with an opportunity to prepare responsible and knowledgeable individuals for addressing society s problems and enriching life Program Philosophy and Goals Increase the students breadth and depth of knowledge relative to the discipline of Kinesiology and Health Science to provide the opportunity for students to engage in scholarly activity that includes creative critical and analytical thinking interpreting evaluating and reporting published research designing and conducting research and to provide a focus of study that will enhance career commitment and allow for experiences that will lead to continued self development and growth Office Hours Monday Friday 7 30 am 4 pm Closed 12 pm 1 pm for lunch Department of Kinesiology

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  • Nursing Home
    from 11 20am 12 40pm Tuesday March 1 Tuesday April 5 Tuesday May 3 Time 11 00 12 30 pm Room FLS 1029 Location 7667 Folsom Blvd Sacramento CA 95826 Graduate Program Wednesday January 27 Wednesday February 10 Wednesday March 9 Wednesday April 13 Wednesday April 27 Wednesday May 11 Time 2 00pm 4 00pm Room 2002 Location 7667 Folsom Blvd Sacramento CA 95826 Parking Permit Required Parking permits may be purchased for 6 00 at daily permit machines located in student parking lots locations are indicated on the campus map Office Hours Monday Friday 9am 4pm Phone 916 278 4106 Holiday Hours Office closed from December 24 January 1 2016 for winter break Quick Links TEAS SacCT Catalog Campus Map Fees Link Library Links Com mencement Nursing Campaign Sacramento City College and Sac State Collaborative The School of Nursing provides excellent and innovative undergraduate and graduate nursing education designed to meet the needs of a diverse community Students are prepared for roles in nursing as clinicians advocates researchers educators and leaders in the changing health care system We believe that the School of Nursing serves its students and the society at large by creating an environment in which faculty

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  • Department of Physical Therapy
    review of employment for the Class of 2012 Important Links In the News Sac State PT program featured in video about the hot job market for physical therapists Curriculum and Accreditation Essential Functions Physical Mental Requirements of Program Student Faculty and Program Goals Policies and Procedures on Unsolicited and Solicited Complaints CAPTE s mechanism to consider formal complaints If you have a problem you would like us to help you resolve contact Jerri McAtee at 916 278 6661 or mcateejj csus edu About the Program Sacramento State s Doctor of Physical Therapy DPT is a three year program dedicated to graduating professional evidence informed physical therapists who have the knowledge and skills to provide patient care in any practice environment The program s curriculum is designed to provide a foundation in the science and art of physical therapy one that engages students in clinical reasoning through problem solving within the context of patient cases both actual and simulated In addition students complete 36 weeks of full time internships at three locations to learn by doing in their respective practice settings The Sacramento State DPT program is one of the few to use a state of the art simulation lab to educate physical therapy students along with nursing students in caring for and responding to emergencies with patients in an acute care environment Finally Sacramento State is the first California State University campus to receive the requisite authorization to offer an independent DPT program Physical Therapy The Department of Physical Therapy at Sacramento State was established in 1995 to prepare health care practitioners to serve the community and region Since its inception the Physical Therapy Department has been dedicated to the success and professional development of all students so that they are prepared to provide excellent care to the diverse communities

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  • RPTA Department Home
    Program The Discovery Major Bachelor of Science Master of Science Minor Undergraduate Program The Bachelor of Science degree has two concentrations Recreation and Park Management Commercial Recreation Tourism and Hospitality Management Community Recreation Management and Park and Recreation Resource Management and Recreation Therapy Please visit the Undergraduate Program page for more information Undergraduate Brochure Graduate Program The Master of Science degree is a challenging program that can be adapted for students planning to continue on to a Ph D or for working professionals Please visit the Graduate Program page for more information Graduate Brochure Minor in RPTA The Minor in RPTA can be personalized to function well with several degree programs Voices of RPTA Lia Robertson s video Recreation Majors Association RMA on Facebook At Sacramento State we re proud to be the oldest nationally accredited program of Recreation Administration in the CSU System The RPTA Department offers several GE courses for non majors as well as two distinct undergraduate degree concentrations and a graduate degree that is flexible to student needs and interests The Minor in RPTA can be personalized to function well with several degree programs including Business Administration Political Science Communications Education or Environmental Studies The fully accredited program in Recreation Administration provides students with an exciting broad based curriculum that includes both stimulating in class coursework and practical out of class field experience Job opportunities ranging from hotel managers to program coordinators to park rangers are numerous both in and out of the Greater Sacramento Area Just a few of the career possibilities include Recreation Therapy specialist in hospital or clinical settings Recreation coordinator in resort settings Ranger for National Park Service Hotel general manager Outdoor education teacher Summer camp director Recreation planner for children youths adults or seniors Director for after school recreation programs Convention

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