Online Education at CalSouthern
CalSouthern is a regionally accredited, 100-percent online university that offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in psychology, business, law and criminal justice. Its programs are continuously updated and career-relevant, and its proprietary learning system is robust, yet easy to use. It’s a uniquely student-focused university; all learners have a personal team of faculty, advisors and support staff to help them reach their academic and professional goals.
- Regional Accreditation CalSouthern is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission
- Unmatched Value An education of exceptional quality at a reasonable price—there is value in higher education
- Online, But Never Alone Your personal support team will be with you every step of the way, from enrollment through graduation
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)
DOCTOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (DBA)
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A Little More About California Southern University
Alumni of California Southern University
Dr. Inge Guen
Dr. Inge Guen (PsyD, 2011) is known nationally for her work with America’s wounded warriors. She cares for severely injured service members at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. A passionate advocate and fundraiser, Dr. Guen also is a sought-after speaker regarding this cause. In recognition of her work, she was awarded the prestigious Walworth Medal for Patriotism by the Daughters of the American Revolution. More recently, she was coined (a traditional military honor) by Lieutenant General Horoho, the U.S. Army Surgeon General and Commanding General of the Army Medical Command, in recognition of Dr. Guen’s clinical work and fundraising activities.
Dr. Gregory Mabry
A major in the U.S. Army and a 12-year combat veteran, Dr. Gregory Mabry is a Behavioral Science Officer and Deputy Chief for the Department of Behavioral Health, stationed at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. A 2012 graduate of CalSouthern’s Doctor of Psychology program, Dr. Mabry has also worked to enhance the mental health resiliency of soldiers throughout the training, deployment and re-deployment cycles, mitigating suicidal risk factors among this population. He has been published in academic journals, and recently received a faculty nomination to teach at West Point.