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California University of Management and Sciences (CalMus)

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About California University of Management and Sciences (CalMus)

California University of Management and Sciences (CalUMS) was organized as a non-profit, public benefit corporation, charted in the State of California. CalUMS is an institution of higher education which offers associate’s degrees in Healthcare Business Administration, Bodyworks, Paralegal Studies, Veterinary Technology, and Professional Golf Management; bachelor’s degrees in Business Management, Sports Management (Golf, Taekwondo), Economics, International Business, and Computer Information Systems; master’s degrees in Business Administration, Sports Management (Golf, Taekwondo), Economics, International Business, Computer Information Systems, and Healthcare Management; and professional doctoral degree in Business Administration. CalUMS also offers a certificate program in English as a Second Language.

 

Campus information

California University of Management and Sciences (CalUMS) has three campus branches: 

  • Anaheim Main Campus
  • Virginia Branch Campus
  • San Diego Branch Campus

Orange County, in Southern California, is located 30 miles south of Los Angeles and 82 miles north of San Diego. With just over three million residents, the state's second-most populated county saw a 25% population increase between 1990 and 2004, due in part to what many consider a perfect climate. Temperatures average right around 73 degrees and the county boasts a staggering 328 days of sunshine each year.

Though famous for theme parks such as Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, Orange County goes beyond the world's most famous mouse and offers a wealth of recreational opportunities. The county is home to nine beaches (Sea Grant's Guide to Orange County Beaches), more than 38,000 acres of parks ( County of Orange : Harbors, Beaches & Parks), and 382 miles of hiking trails (Orange County Trails) and bike paths (BikeTrails.com).

Thirty-four cities sprinkled throughout the county each offer opportunities for residents and visitors to take in the county's unique culture, wildlife, and leisure activities. Huntington Beach is known as Surf City USA and has been home to the US Open of Surfing since 1959. Dana Point hosts the annual Festival of the Whales, while Costa Mesa is home to the Orange County Fair, and Buena Park boasts the famed Knotts Berry Farm. One can visit the Crystal Cove State Park in Laguna Beach , or venture to Newport Beach to hang out on Newport Pier. For sports fans, Major League Baseball Anaheim Angels, as well as the National Hockey League Mighty Ducks are favorites.

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 2 Business and Management 4 Computer Science and IT 2 Health and Medicine 1 MBA 1 Sports Science 1

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