The mission of the Department of Public Health (formerly Health Education) at San Francisco State University is to promote health and health equity at the individual, community, and structural levels through transformative education, research, scholarship and service, all of which value diversity, engage communities and are grounded in cultural...
The Nutrition and Dietetics program prepares students for careers in clinical dietetics, foodservice systems management, and nutrition education in hospitals, communities, industry, or government agencies.
The Apparel Design and Merchandising program creates an educational and experiential foundation for diverse professional careers in the globally interdependent apparel industry.
The Environmental Sustainability and Social Justice emphasis provides students with a theoretical and applied understanding of the issues of sustainability and the connections between social justice and environmental problems and solutions.
Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Administration majors who successfully complete RPT 600GW in fall 2010, or thereafter, will have satisfied the University Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement (GWAR).
International Year One is a special first-year program that boosts your academic English language skills and helps lay the groundwork for future success.
The International Stage Two in Computing gives you a head start to achieving a Scottish degree in Computing with the University of Dundee’s prestigious School of Science and Engineering.
Through the College of Liberal & Creative Arts students will be prepared for an increasingly global culture in which they will influence contemporary spaces, media, and social interactions.
The core values of the GCOE are reflected in the SF State Strategic Plan: Courage, Life of the Mind, Equity, Community, and Resilience. These values resonate with the GCOE and our commitment to social justice. We embrace these five values and have adapted them to align with the mission...