Division of Academic Affairs
Schools and Colleges
Dedicated to improving the environment and quality of life through education, research, and public service in the areas of agriculture, food, technology, and the family.
Provides a base of humanistic studies and creative expression through the arts, including theatre, dance, music, creative writing and the visual arts.
Preparation for careers in the regional, national, and global business and economic environments and serves the Central California business community as a resource center.
Recruitment and development of ethically informed leaders for classroom teaching, education, administration, counseling, and higher education.
Provides high-quality academic programs that support the infrastructure and growth of the Central California region.
Provides professionally oriented education through nationally accredited academic programs and exceptional faculty that contribute to student academic and professional success.
Provides cutting-edge science and mathematics education that students need to prepare them for the professional and graduate career opportunities as researchers, teachers or practitioners in the sciences, mathematics, environmental fields, or health professions.
Study of the human social experience in all of its diversity, and instill a concern for human values and civic responsibility and advance knowledge of societies and cultures.