Dr. Tatiana Karmanova
College of Extended Learning
The College of Extended Learning at California State University, San Bernardino provides lifelong learning opportunities for different stages in your life ranging from high school, college, career to retirement.
Our online High School Program offers high schools students a way to get ahead. We are now offering the courses year round so you can take advantage of this opportunity.
Working Professionals find the key to success in professional development that provides leading-edge education they can immediately apply. Certificate programs are convenient and accessible at CSUSB, online or on-site. Customized workforce training is also available.
Educators and Administrators benefit from professional development programs that meet their continuing education requirements such as School Business Management, Primary Reading Development, Test Preparation, Learning/Teaching Strategies, and more.
Open University is a process that allows people who have not been admitted to the university to take CSUSB classes on a space-available basis.
We have a variety of degree that have been adapted to allow working professionals to continue their education. These include Online Criminal Justice Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program, Master of Business Administration Online Program, Master of Arts in Education, TESOL Option and Master’s in Social Work Pathway Distance Education Program.
International Students can participate in the English Language Program (ELP) where they receive intensive English training to prepare for studying at an American university. International Professionals from around the world visit CSUSB for quality learning experiences in a wide variety of subject areas including education, business and public administration.
Retirees, Semi-retired individuals benefit from Osher Lifelong Learning Institute classes for the joy of learning.
Please continue to explore our website for more information. We hope you think of us to extend your knowledge and expand your opportunities!
Tatiana Karmanova, PhD
Dean, College of Extended Learning