CCPE maintains a customer-focused, market-driven approach to develop and deliver its programs. As a result, the programs may change often to adapt to the training and educational needs of the marketplace. CCPE offers both credit programs and professional development (non-credit), in many different subject areas. The major activity of the Academic Programs Department is to work with all colleges and academic departments within the university to develop self-support degree and certificate programs. Whether the program is academic credit-bearing or not, CCPE strives to provide the following features in every program:
In addition, CCPE provides companies, organizations, and government agencies with customized professional development programs for employees at their work site or at CSULB.
For the latest comprehensive program listings and descriptions, call the CCPE Student Service Center at 800/963-2250 or log on to: http://www.ccpe.csulb.edu
Following is a sampling of the many types of programs offered by CCPE.
Degree programs offered by CCPE are in partnership with other CSULB colleges.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Electrical or Mechanical (at the Lancaster University Center)
Master of Arts in Communicative Disorders
Master of Arts in Dance
Master of Arts in Kinesiology, Option: Sport Management
Master of Business Administration (Saturday MBA for Working Adults)
Master of Business Administration (Accelerated)
Master of Public Administration (DL)
Master of Science Emergency Services Administration
Master of Science in Geographic Information Science
Master of Science in Health Care Administration (Accelerated)
Master of Social Work (DL)
The International Training Programs office addresses the growing needs of international audiences, especially from Asian countries, for academic and professional programs. Programs are customized to meet the needs of the customer and may include one day workshops, two to three week sessions, or month-long training programs. For more information, please contact Heidi Zhang, at (562) 985-4060.
Through Open University, students who are not matriculated at CSULB may take regular university classes during spring or fall semesters for academic credit on a "space available" basis with permission of the department chair and the course instructor. Open University enrollment does not constitute admission to CSULB. For more information, contact the CCPE Student Services Center at (562) 985-5561.
These sessions are open to all matriculated CSULB students as well as non-matriculated students, and provides opportunities for students and individuals to take CSULB classes. No application or admission process is required for registration. Enrolling in any of these sessions does not constitute admission to CSULB. For more information, contact the CCPE Student Services Center at (562) 985-5561.
This program promotes a global learning community by offering a full range of programs that foster student success, global perspectives, and intercultural awareness. All study abroad programs are led by CSULB faculty. Most courses are open to all majors, students from other universities, as well as CSULB faculty, staff and members of the community on a space available basis. For more information, contact the CCPE Student Services Center at (562) 985-5561.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are a permanent record of attendance in professional development (non-credit) programs. They are provided by The American Council on Education (ACE) and administered through CCPE. CEUs can enhance ones resume and provide another opportunity to showcase a commitment to professional development. CEUs for specific professions are also available.
The American Language Institute brings hundreds of international students to campus each year. The institute provides English as a Second Language instruction to international students most of whom are seeking admission to CSULB and other colleges and universities. ALI offerings include long-term and short-term programs, and credit and non-credit courses. Programs offered through ALI include the Intensive English Program, a non-credit program offered year-round, in which students are in class up to 25 hours per week. Through the University Study at the Beach (USB) program, ALI also brings students from foreign universities to CSULB for up to a year of study. ALI also offers a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) training program and an MBA Preparation Program.
The Center for International Education (CIE) endeavors to foster the continued growth of a strong internationally focused educational community at CSULB. CIE is responsible for the recruitment, admission and continued advisement of degree seeking international and exchange students for the university. CIE is also responsible for the promotion and advising for all study abroad programs. In addition, CIE conducts international events, assists in faculty international development and facilitates the invitation of international scholars to campus.
The Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT), a major programming division of CCPE, is a multidisciplinary center for multifunctional transportation studies and integrated logistics research, education, training, policy analysis, and community outreach. In collaboration with the University of Southern California, CITT is a major partner in the METRANS Transportation Center which is a U.S. Department of Transportation designated University Transportation Center. CITT offers the highly acclaimed Global Logistics Specialist (GLS) professional designation program, the Marine Terminal Operation Professional Program (MTOP), and various customized programs and workshops.
CCPE's Advanced Media Production Center (AMP) is an award-winning, full-service video and digital media production facility. The center provides the campus, and appropriate local institutions with a wide variety of professional media production services and resources in support of educational and promotional needs.
AMP services include consultation, planning, design, development, and implementation of media projects in video production, web delivery and support, and computer graphics animation. The AMP Center also programs and operates Beach TV, the university's cable television channel.