- 5 Masters
- Private Institution Type
CALUMS was founded by Dr. David Park in 1998 with branches in Arlington, Virginia (CALUMS VA) and San Diego, California
CALUMS offers master's and bachelor's degree in business administration, computer information systems, sports management, healthcare management, and an ESL certificate.
In order to assist its degree students, the University provides job placement assistance within the University and through its network affiliations with computer, business, economics, international business, sports, and healthcare related companies. Assistance in the preparation of a resume is provided upon student request. In addition, a bulletin board is maintained with job announcements and career opportunities. Students’ personal resumes are maintained for alumni at their request.
These services are provided at no cost to the student. The University, however, does not guarantee employment nor a specific level of income from its placement assistance.
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First, full-time faculty members are available for academic advising. Faculty members are available during scheduled hours for academic advising with regard to academic and career planning.
The scope of this activity includes:
The New Student Orientation program is designed for newly-enrolled students of CALUMS in order to familiarize them with campus facilities, policies and regulations, faculty, administrators, and staff. The student’s attendance to the new student orientation is mandatory. It is usually scheduled about 1 week prior to the start of the school term.
The mission of the CALUMS Library is to serve as a learning resource center to meet the needs of a diverse student, faculty and staff population, encourage information literacy skills, and provide services and materials that meet the needs of each program of study, while ensuring that patrons receive access to library equipment and information.
The University does not provide student housing. However, there are many private apartments and boarding houses around the University. The Student Services Office helps students find appropriate housing, and provides current information on the approximate cost or range of cost of housing.
Each quarter, the Office of Student Services conducts extra-curricular activities for students aimed to further enhance their learning experience in CALUMS. These activities include educational activities related to academic holidays, sports and health awareness, attendance and memberships to external clubs or organizations, benefit program and/or tournament sponsorships, academic symposia, pep-talks, event show hosting, and student/faculty community services.
CALUMS is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) to award certificate, bachelor, and master degrees.