2018-2019 Catalog

Extended Education Programs

Bachelor of Science

Applied Studies (Distance Learning)
(for major requirements, refer to the Applied Studies section of the University Catalog)
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance, Measurement Sciences Option
(for major requirements, refer to the Quality Assurance section of the University Catalog)

Master of Arts

Humanities External Degree

(for major requirements, refer to the Humanities External Degree section of the University Catalog)

Master of Science

Health Science, Orthotics and Prosthetics Option

(for major requirements, refer to the Health Science section of the University Catalog)

Quality Assurance

(for major requirements, refer to the Quality Assurance section of the University Catalog)

Certificates

Alcohol and Drug Counseling

Assistive Technology Specialist

(for course descriptions, refer to the Special Education section in this catalog)

Community College Teaching

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Human Resources Management

Mediation Conflict Resolution

Production and Inventory Control

Purchasing

Sport and Fitness Psychology

(for course descriptions, refer to the Psychology section of the University Catalog)

Credential

Designated Subjects Adult Education

(for course descriptions, refer to the Teacher Education section of the University Catalog)

Faculty/Staff

Ted Johnson, Adult Education Coordinator
Toni White, Alcohol and Drug Counseling Coordinator
Tajauta Ortega, program Coordinator, American Language and Culture Program
Paul Richard, Assistive Technology Coordinator
Margaret Parker, Coordinator, Communication Sciences and Disorders Program
Martha Sklar, Community College Teaching Internship Coordinator
Matthew Luckett, Humanities External Degree Coordinator
Michael Casner, Coordinator, International Training Programs
Scott Hornbeak, Orthotics and Prosthetics Coordinator
Raul Guzman, Director, OSHA Training Education Center
(vacant), Quality Assurance Degrees Coordinator
Beverly Palmer, Sport and Fitness Psychology Coordinator
La Margo Washington, Coordinator, Lifelong Learning Programs and Extension Program Development Specialist
Elena Christova, Director, Special Sessions
Elisabeth Legge, Director, Extension Programs
Program Office: WH A-320B, (310) 243-3075
Regular and adjunct faculty teach in the programs. This provides a good balance and mix of expertise. Each possesses the appropriate degree, professional certification and experience. In addition, many of the faculty are nationally recognized leaders in their field.
Extended Education Services: EE 1100, (310) 243-3741

Features

Programs offered through Extended Education are self-supporting and require tuition. For information on the fee and tuition schedules, please refer to the appropriate Extended Education bulletin.
Students should be advised that courses containing an "X" in their prefix may not meet University requirements for continuing student status. Undergraduate students may apply up to twenty-four (24) semester units earned through these programs to a baccalaureate degree with departmental approval. Graduate students may apply a maximum of nine (9) units to a graduate degree with departmental approval.