• Features

    Study, travel, learn

    By Allison Lechman Reporter   “Alright let’s get started,” said Dr. Jacquelyn Kegley into the microphone as she announced the start of the CSU Bakersfield study abroad panel discussion.   The six panelists were sitting behind...
    November 20, 2017 123 0
  • News

    Engineering program awaits accreditation

    By Runa Lemminn News Editor      CSU Bakersfield’s three engineering departments have been waiting for over a year to become formally accredited.    Becoming accredited will put them on a more even playing field with...
    November 7, 2017 360 0
  • News

    Minors no longer required starting fall

    By Jonathan Wells Reporter   Beginning fall 2016, CSU Bakersfield will no longer require its students to have a minor for any of its major courses, potentially eliminating four classes students would not need. The minor...
    May 31, 2016 661 0
  • News

    IAPs helpful in quarter to semester change

    By Katie Aubin Reporter As the transition from quarters to semesters in fall 2016 draws near, students of CSU Bakersfield are being urged to prepare themselves. The big switch has been rumored for years, but students...
    October 28, 2015 1175 0
  • 40th Anniversary

    CSUB academics change with times

    By  Jeannette Sevilla Reporter California State University, Bakersfield has several academic programs that students can choose from. Offering majors, minors, concentrations and masters programs. Many are new, old and some aren’t available any more. Throughout CSUB’s...
    February 16, 2015 329 0

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