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As of 2007, 8.7 percent of people employed in California worked in healthcare and social assistance. This contributes to ambulatory healthcare services and hospitals being, respectively, the fifth and sixth largest subsectors of the California economy. The CSU has been a consistent supporter of these industries by graduating 44 percent of all health- or medical-related bachelor's students in California and 37 percent of all master's students.

These numbers only tell part of the story. The CSU also is growing the number of graduates supporting the health fields: 33 percent more CSU students are studying biological sciences in 2009 than in 2003. Furthermore, 77 percent more CSU students are studying health professions than did in 2003. Nearly one in 10 CSU graduate students studied health sciences in the 2008-09 academic year.

Hoji Alimi
Hoji
Alimi
Nancy Carlson
Nancy
Carlson
Richard D. Cordova
Richard D.
Cordova
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Appannagari
GnanaDev
Jeannine (Lage) Graves
Jeannine
(Lage) Graves
John Herzog and Margi Herzog
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Herzog
Richard A. Houghten, III
Richard A.
Houghten, III
Barbara Johnston
Barbara
Johnston
Anita Jones-Mueller
Anita
Jones-Mueller
Pam Kehaly
Pam
Kehaly
Garry Maisel
Garry
Maisel
J. Mario Molina
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Molina
Steven Moreau
Steven
Moreau
Una L. Morris-Chong
Una L.
Morris-Chong
Clive E. Riddle
Clive
Riddle
David L. Riley
David L.
Riley
Susan R. Salka
Susan R.
Salka
Cynthia Stamper Graff
Cynthia
Stamper Graff
Peter Underhill
Peter
Underhill
Jon Van Boening
Jon
Van Boening
Michael Weinper
Michael
Weinper