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California State University San Bernardino

California State University San Bernardino

California State University San Bernardino


The Department of Health Science and Human Ecology is committed to providing comprehensive education and training to a diverse body of students, empowering them to excel in all aspects of health. With a wide array of academic offerings, we aim to equip our students with the knowledge and skills necessary to make a positive impact on the health and well-being of individuals and communities alike. Our undergraduate programs are designed to cater to the evolving needs of the healthcare industry.

The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health Science focuses on addressing the crucial intersection between human health and the environment. Students in this program explore ways to identify and mitigate environmental hazards, ensuring the promotion of public health and safety.

The Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration takes a management-oriented approach, preparing students to lead and optimize healthcare organizations. With a focus on healthcare policies, finance, and strategic planning, graduates emerge as effective leaders capable of navigating the complexities of the healthcare landscape.

In the Bachelor of Science in Public Health, students delve into the larger issues affecting communities' health, developing strategies to prevent diseases and improve overall well-being. This program instills a deep understanding of epidemiology, health promotion, and policy development, ensuring graduates are well-equipped to address pressing public health challenges.

For those with a passion for nutrition and its impact on human health, we offer the Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Science and Dietetics. This program trains students to become registered dietitians, who play a vital role in promoting healthy dietary habits and disease prevention. As students advance in their academic journey, we provide them with opportunities to pursue higher education through our graduate programs.

The Master's in Health Services Administration offers a more in-depth exploration of healthcare management principles, preparing professionals to drive change and innovation in the industry.

Our Master's in Public Health empowers students to become public health practitioners, equipped to assess and address health disparities, design intervention programs, and advocate for evidence-based policies.

Lastly, the Master's in Nutritional Sciences focuses on cutting-edge research and advanced practices in nutrition, allowing graduates to become leaders in nutritional therapy and research.

At the Department of Health Science and Human Ecology, we are dedicated to producing competent and compassionate health professionals who are ready to tackle the challenges of a dynamic and ever-evolving field. Through a blend of rigorous academics, hands-on experiences, and expert faculty mentorship, our students are empowered to create meaningful change and contribute significantly to the improvement of global health outcomes.

Campus Features

Housing and Residential Education

Residence halls provide a unique living environment where all of your neighbors are students just like you. We are proud to offer a dining program complete with signature brands and menu selections that entail just about every item you can imagine.

Arrowhead Village

Building 2, Building 3, Building 4, Building 5, and Building 6

Arrowhead Village is a unique living and learning community offering students all the comforts of home. Arrowhead Village provides an apartment-style living experience to continuing (returning) and transfer students. Each apartment in Arrowhead Village includes a full kitchen, living room, bedrooms, and bathrooms.


  • Fully furnished, including kitchen appliances (fridge, oven range, and garbage disposal)
  • Centralized laundry facility
  • Common study rooms and lounges
  • Access to Swimming Pool
  • Individual unit climate control
  • Wi-Fi

Coyote Village

Cajon Hall and Running Springs

Coyote Village - a co-ed, traditional-style residence hall - opened in the Fall of 2018 and is available to first-year CSUSB students during the 2023-2024 academic year. Community bathrooms are assigned by the wing. A meal plan from Yotie Eats is required for all residents of Coyote Village. Coyote Village is located off Coyote Drive and Lot F, next to Coyote Commons Dining Hall.


  • Room furnishings include: extra long twin bed, desk and chair, wardrobe with drawers, dresser
  • Community Entertainment and Game Room
  • Community Kitchen
  • Community Living Rooms
  • Study Rooms on each wing
  • Outdoor seating and community space
  • Laundry Facility
  • Wi-Fi

Housing and Residential Education

  • Live with the Pack
  • Graduate in 4-years
  • Achieve higher GPAs
  • Engage in Living Learning Communities
  • Receive academic support
  • Live in a safe and healthy environment; 24/7 security
  • Participate in free, exclusive activities and events
  • Rent includes all utilities and WiFi

Convenient Living

Students recognize us for convenience, beyond just proximity to classes. We have made renting easier by creating a one-bill to include room rent, utilities (electricity, water, heat, A/C, garbage, and recycling), Wi-Fi, community and study spaces, academic support, and free social events.

Meaningful Connections

Research shows that students who live on campus have stronger connections with faculty, better relationships with their peers, and participate in more student activities.

Graduation Goals

Students who live on campus have higher graduation rates and graduate faster than those who live off campus.

Safe and Healthy Environment

Our residents' health and safety in University housing and around campus are important to us. All of our Villages are locked 24 hours a day and require card access. Housing and Residential Education, in coordination with the University Police Department, work to provide a safe and healthy living environment for all our residents. Health measures are in place to promote wellness.

Peace of Mind

There are no hidden fees or changes in contract rates once you move in. If someone moves out of your room or apartment, you will never be obligated to pay their bill; and if you are having issues in your room, our staff can help mediate or find a new space. Additionally, we encourage you to contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships regarding how best to finance living on campus.

Dining and Healthy Eating

The CSUSB dining experience is more than great food. It is a community experience centered around a variety of food choices and healthy options. Coyote Commons offers an array of all-you-care-to-eat selections. Coyote Village residents are required to choose a meal plan, and returning (continuing) and transfer students can purchase a voluntary plan. Visit Yotie Eats to learn more.

University Village

Building 7, Building 8, and Building 9

University Village is an apartment-style community for continuing students who desire convenience and the comforts of home. This scenic and beautiful living community includes 132 fully-furnished units with a choice of three different floor plans. Each apartment includes a full kitchen, living room, bedrooms, and bathrooms. University Village is located off Northpark Boulevard and Serrano Village Drive.


  • Fully furnished, including kitchen appliances (fridge, oven range, microwave, dishwasher, and garbage disposal)
  • Full-size beds
  • Laundry unit with folding table per floor
  • Community Center with Game Area
  • Swimming Pool
  • Gated and covered resident parking
  • Individual unit climate control
  • Wi-Fi


    • CSUSB ranked among best graduate schools in the nation by U.S. News & World Report
    • # 150 Public Health California State University--San Bernardino - Best Health Schools - US News


    • San Bernardino

      5500 University Parkway, 92407, San Bernardino