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POST Management Course - College Credit

Upon completion of the POST Management Course attendees can earn 6 units of upper division undergraduate college credit for the course through CSULB's College of Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE).

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
  • How do I earn college credit for the POST Management Course?

Graduates of the course must complete the Credit Registration Form and return the form to CSULB Center for Criminal Justice by email, chhs-ccj@csulb.edu. The Center will verify your completion of the course and then forward your registration to CCPE for processing.

  • What happens after I submit my registration form to the Center for Criminal Justice?
    • The Center for Criminal Justice confirms that you are an eligible graduate of the program. The application is sent to CCPE and they enter your student information in the campus database.
    • If you have been a student at CSULB in the past than you will use the same student ID that you were provided then. If you have not been a student at CSULB than you will be provided a student ID number.
    • CCPE will process payment and email you an information sheet with instructions on how to sign into MyCSULB, the campus' online information forum.
    • At the end of the semester your credits will be added to your transcript.
    • You will be assigned a grade of "credit." You will not receive a letter grade for these classes.
    • At this time applications are only processed during the Summer semester. 
  • How many college units am I eligible for?

You are eligible for 6 upper division undergraduate units in two courses: 3 units in CRJU 490: Management and 3 units in CRJU 490: Advanced Management. When you register for the course you must register for both courses. They cannot be split.

  • How much does it cost?

The cost per unit is $99, the total cost is $594.  The college is waiving the registration fees for this course.

  • Are past graduates of this course eligible to earn college credit?

Only those who have completed the course after January 1, 2015 are eligible for the college credit.  

  • Will I receive a transcript for this course work?

Yes, college transcripts are available at the end of the semester term at the time of enrollment through CSULB Enrollment Services. For example, if you submit your registration paperwork in March your transcripts will be available to you at the end of the Spring term. Please visit the CSULB Enrollment Services link to find out how to order transcripts and how to review unofficial transcripts.

  • Who do I contact if I have any questions about college credit?

Please contact the Center for Criminal Justice at CSULB at (562) 985-4940 or by email at chhs-ccj@csulb.edu. They are the liaisons between all of the partners involved in this course.