Arts & Sciences Division
The Role of the Arts & Sciences Division at SDSU-Imperial Valley
The Arts & Sciences Division at the Imperial Valley is formed by faculty that provide high quality education for undergraduate students. It offers majors in English, mathematics, history, liberal studies, psychology, Latin American studies, social science and Spanish. It also offers a minor in linguistics, English, history, Spanish, mathematics, and psychology, and provides curricular support for majors and minors in other divisions of the Imperial Valley. The Division also contributes to knowledge and the solution of problems in the Imperial Valley through excellence and distinction in teaching, research, and service. For more infomation ask:
-Division of Education
Division of Education
In an era of crescent globalization, transformative educators are looking for effective ways to meet the academic needs of linguistically and culturally diverse students enrolled in compulsory educational settings. At the Division of Education (DOE), courses and assignments are designed following the idea that the quality of teaching and learning are enhanced when educators, students and parents work together to ensure exemplary practices, student achievement, and active involvement. Faculty and staff are certain that linguistically and culturally responsive education will reinforce a free and democratic society as well as to solidify the way teachers develop their methodology; the mastery students must obtain of their knowledge; and the sage parents must have of education.
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-Division of Professional Studies
The Division of Professional Studies
Welcome to the Division of Professional Studies website at San Diego State University, Imperial Valley. The Division’s programs stress both academic and practical experiences that prepare students for successful and productive careers in a variety of professional fields including Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Nursing, and Public Administration. Many of these programs are taught in an international or global context and focus on emerging transborder issues of concern to our region. The Division offers both undergraduate and graduate programs of study including four (4) undergraduate degrees, and two (2) graduate degrees.