Office of the Dean
Fine Arts 130
Phone: (323) 343-4600 FAX: (323) 343-5598
Dean: Ronald E. Vogel
Associate Dean: Tony Sinay
Associate Dean: Veena Prabhu
Resource Manager: Tara Herman
The College of Health and Human Services is committed to educating and preparing human services professionals to become innovative practitioners and leaders. The College promotes the integration of teaching, research, policy, and public service in an interdisciplinary context. Knowledge, skill, and caring provide the foundation for educating a diverse workforce of the future that effectively serves multicultural urban communities from a local and global perspective. The College strives to be student-centered, faculty and staff-focused, and community-minded.
The academic units within the College are:
Academic programs that are available in these departments and schools include audiology, child development, public health, urban community health, health policy, criminal justice, criminalistics, dietetics, exercise science, family studies, food science and technology, kinesiology, nursing (including advanced practice), nutritional science, physical education, social work, and speech-language pathology. (view Index of Academic Degrees, Certificates and Programs )
The College is also home to the Applied Gerontology Institute, which focuses on aging issues and reaches out to multiethnic and multicultural populations within the Greater Los Angeles community, and The California Forensic Science Institute (CFSI) at California State University, Los Angeles is committed to advancing the forensic sciences through a multidisciplinary program that focuses on research development, professional training, student support, and community engagement. We are dedicated to upholding the highest professional, scientific, and academic standards in our service to the University, forensic science profession, and justice community. The College also has a Child Abuse and Family Violence Institute and offers a Undergraduate Certificate in Youth Agency Administration program. In addition to the College-based certificate programs, academic programs within the College offer certificates in areas such as food safety, food science, law enforcement leadership, nurse practitioner specialties, parent educators, and sports nutrition.
HHS Interdisciplinary Programs and Courses
The Rongxiang Xu College of Health and Human Services administers and offers courses and programs that are interdisciplinary in nature. These programs are open to interested students in all majors throughout the campus.
Interdisciplinary Program Directors
- Program in Intercultural Proficiency: Anne Larson
- Program in Youth Agency Administration: Anne Larson
- All other interdisciplinary programs: Tony Sinay
ProgramsDegree - MinorCertificate - Undergraduate
CoursesCultural Diversity (Undergraduate)
Health and Human Services (Undergraduate)Health and Human Services (Graduate)Youth Agency Administration (Undergraduate)