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Info Sessions Attend an information session to meet the program director, learn more about program requirements and course offerings, as well as network with other professionals. NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT Tuesday, June 3 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Hayward Campus PARALEGAL STUDIES Thursday, July 17 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Hayward Campus Thursday, July 31 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Concord Campus Thursday, August 7 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Oakland Center Thursday, August 7 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Oakland Center

For more information and to R.S.V.P, e-mail janet.kelly@csueastbay.edu.

Quarterly Highlights NEW! BACHELOR OF ARTS IN WOMEN’S STUDIES ONLINE DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM www.ce.csueastbay.edu/degree/womens_studies The Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies Online Degree Completion Program (BA-WOST) is designed to acquaint students with feminist scholarship on women, gender, sexuality, research methods, and theory. This 18-month program builds on several decades of feminist work in women’s studies, and deliberately integrates theory, research methods, and service learning. Apply by June 30 for the Fall start! PARALEGAL STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM www.ce.csueastbay.edu/certificate/paralegal Daytime classes are now available at our downtown Oakland Center! The American Bar Association (ABA)-approved Paralegal Studies Certificate Program is valuable for students seeking entry-level Paralegal positions. Our program is also an excellent option for existing paralegals looking to increase earning potential and meet or exceed the educational requirements dictated by California law. Evening classes and online courses are also available. NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM www.ce.csueastbay.edu/certificate/nonprofit A Nonprofit Management Certificate prepares professionals to meet the increasingly challenging demands of the nonprofit sector. Need for qualified and knowledgeable nonprofit board members, administrators, staff, and volunteers continues to grow. The average growth rate of employment in the nonprofit sector is significantly higher than that in the business and government sectors. CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM www.ce.csueastbay.edu/certificate/chemdep A Certificate in Chemical Dependency enhances the skills of substance abuse professionals and provides a distinction that will help them advance in their careers. It serves the needs of counselors, therapists, probations and corrections officers, nurses, and others who work with drug and alcohol abusers. PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL (PMP®) EXAM PREPARATION COURSE www.ce.csueastbay.edu/certificate/project_management The Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification has proven to be the most important credential for project managers, both those in the job market and those who want to formalize their organization’s project management expertise. This course prepares students to complete the application, study for, and pass the PMP® Certification Examination.

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Table of Contents AREAS OF INTEREST

GENERAL INFORMATION

Art and Design......................................................................... 4 Behavioral and Health Sciences............................................... 4 Business and Management...................................................... 5 Education.................................................................................. 9 Engineering and Project Management................................. 11 Hospitality............................................................................... 12 Legal Studies........................................................................... 13 Medical................................................................................... 15 Online Courses and Programs................................................. 3 Specialized Training............................................................... 16 Test Preparation..................................................................... 17

Summer 2014 Course Schedule At-A-Glance.......................... 2 CSUEB Map, Hayward Campus.............................................. 24 Open University..............................................inside back cover Records and Grades................................................................ 22 Registration Policies............................................................... 23 International Student Programs............................................ 20 Intensive English Program..................................................... 20 University Services.................................................................. 21

COURSES AND PROGRAMS Art Museum and Gallery Studies............................................. 4 Chemical Dependency Studies................................................. 4 Classroom Medical/Healthcare.............................................. 15 EKG Technician....................................................................... 15 Freight Broker Training.......................................................... 16 Human Resource Management............................................... 5 International Business.............................................................. 6 Medical Billing and Coding................................................... 15 Medical Terminology............................................................. 15 Nonprofit Management.......................................................... 7 Notary Public Training........................................................... 16 Online Continuing Education for Teachers.......................... 10 Online Medical/Healthcare.................................................... 15 Online Teaching and Learning................................................ 9 Open University..............................................inside back cover Paralegal Studies.................................................................... 13 Payroll Practice and Management.......................................... 8 Pharmacy Technician.............................................................. 15 Project Management............................................................. 11 SHRM Learning System............................................................ 6 Six Sigma................................................................................. 12 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) . ............................................................................ 11 Technical Writing..................................................................... 8 Test Preparation Courses....................................................... 17 Veterinary Assistant............................................................... 16 Wedding Planner................................................................... 12

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summER 2014 Course Schedule At-A-Glance Course Schedule Only courses offered in the upcoming quarter are included in this schedule. For a complete list of courses and course descriptions, visit our Web site at www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog, or request a printed catalog by calling (510) 885-3605 or emailing ce@csueastbay.edu.

Course Legend

IMPORTANT DATES June 23 Summer quarter begins July 4 Independence day, no classes September 7 Summer quarter ends

A concerted effort is made to publish correct information. However, schedules are subject to change. We reserve the right to discontinue, postpone or combine classes, change instructors, and increase fees without penalty. Visit our Web site for the most current information.

Campus Locations For driving directions and campus maps for our three locations, visit www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/maps.

Online

COURSE CREDIT Continuing Education courses may confer academic credit or CEUs, a nationally recognized measure of professional development. Courses offering academic credit are numbered 1000 through 7999 with many courses in this catalog providing upper-division (7000-7699) or graduate (7700-7900) level credit. Courses numbered 8000-8999 offer CEUs, and courses numbered 9000-9999 are non-credit. Certain courses designed for personal enrichment are non-credit.

4700 Ygnacio Valley Blvd. Concord, CA 94521 (925) 602-6700

Oakland Center

In the Transpacific Centre 1000 Broadway, Suite 109, enter on 11th Street Oakland CA 94607 (510) 208-7001

Semester Units 2/3 1 1/3 2 2 2/3 3 1/3 4

Hayward Campus

25800 Carlos Bee Blvd. Hayward, CA 94542 (510) 885-3000 (800) 730-2784

Registration Methods

INTERNET www.ce.csueastbay.edu/registration

TELEPHONE (510) 885-3605

Our degree and certificate programs have all been pre-approved for benefits! For more info, visit www.ce.csueastbay.edu/VA

Concord Campus

UNIT EQUIVALENCY Cal State East Bay teaches on a four-quarter, rather than a semester, schedule. Courses are measured in quarter units of credit, convertible to semester units. 10 hours of class time equal one quarter unit. A quarter-to-semester unit conversion chart is provided below. Quarter Units 1 2 3 4 5 6

Contact Us Phone: Fax: Email: In Person:

(510) 885-3605 (800) 730-2784 (510) 885-4817 ce@csueastbay.edu Student Administration Building 1700 Hayward Campus

For complete information on Continuing Education programs and policies, visit our Web site at www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog.

MAIL IN PERSON California State University, East Bay Available at all 3 campuses Continuing Education Hayward, SA 1700 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd., SA 1700 Concord, Administration Lobby Hayward, CA 94542-3012 Oakland, Front Lobby

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This catalog is published in August, November, February, and May by Cal State East Bay University Extension. Not printed at state expense. Š Copyright 2014 Credits Editors: Dan Bellone, Vanessa Llave, and Erin Merdinger Production: ABS Collective

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Advance your education &

Go Online! Improve your professional profile with a degree or certificate program offered entirely online! Academic Degree Programs Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies Master of Science in Education, Option in Online Teaching and Learning Master of Science in Educational Leadership Master of Science in Health Care Administration Academic Certificate Programs Art Museum and Gallery Studies Online Teaching and Learning Paralegal Studies* Professional Development Certificate Programs (CEUs) Continuing Education for Teachers Freight Broker Training Medical Terminology Payroll Practice and Management Pharmacy Technician Six Sigma Training Technical Writing Veterinary Assistant Wedding Planner *Select courses only

Look for the online symbol throughout this catalog

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ART AND DESIGN Art Museum and Gallery Studies Certificate Program

The Art Museum and Gallery Studies Certificate Program prepares those seeking careers in art museums, galleries, and cultural centers for entrylevel positions. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 5 required courses. Admission to the program requires program director’s approval. Program length: Self-paced Tuition costs (estimated): $4,075 Date Day/Time Location ART 7800 Gallery and Museum Exhibition Enroll by Jun 20 Online ART 7801 Theories and Practices of Galleries and Museums Enroll by Jun 20 Online ART 7802 Internship I Enroll by Jun 20 Online ART 7803 Internship II Enroll by Jun 20 Online ART 7804 Special Museum Study Enroll by Jun 20 Online

MORE INFORMATION Lanier Graham, Program Director (510) 885-3664, lanier.graham@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/museum Units

Fee

Instructor

4

$815

Lanier Graham, M.A.

4

$815

Lanier Graham, M.A.

4

$815

Lanier Graham, M.A.

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$815

Lanier Graham, M.A.

1 – 4

$204 – $815

Lanier Graham, M.A.

BEHAVIORAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES Chemical Dependency Studies Certificate Program The Chemical Dependency Studies Certificate Program provides those who wish to enter the substance abuse counseling field with the specialized knowledge and counseling experience needed to work with individuals who have problems with drugs and alcohol. Program Highlights Certificate Requirements: State Track: Complete 5 required courses, including one 160-hour practicum. Certificate Track: Complete 7 required courses and 6 units of elective coursework. CAADAC Track: Please note, the CAADAC Track requirements have changed. Complete 12 required courses and a 4.5 unit practicum, which includes 255 hours of fieldwork. Students must receive a grade of “C” or better for a class to apply towards the certificate. Program length: 9 – 18 months Tuition costs (estimated): $2,287 – $4,435 Date Day/Time Location Units EPSY 7684 Practicum See Web Site for Dates and Times. Oakland 1.50 EPSY 7636 Treatment and Recovery Issues Jun 28 & 29, Sat/Sun, 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Hayward 4 Jul 12 & 13 EPSY 7675 Counselor Burnout Jul 19 & 20 Sat/Sun, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Hayward 1.50 EPSY 7687 Gender, Culture, Lifespan, and Lifestyle Issues in Chemical Dependency Aug 16, 17, 23, 24 Sat/Sun, 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Hayward 4

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More infoRMATION Janice Bruett, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2321, janice.bruett@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/chemdep

Fee

Instructor

$208

Staff

$554

Roland Williams

$208

Jeannie Anderson

$554

Roland Williams

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BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT Human Resource Management Certificate Program The Human Resource Management Certificate Program benefits both HR professionals and non-HR professionals responsible for implementing HR policies, providing them with a working knowledge of all evolving aspects of the field. Please note: Saturday Human Resource Management courses will only be held at the Hayward Campus. Weekday classes will continue to be held in Oakland. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Basic Certificate: Complete 8 classes. Advanced Certificate: Complete 12 classes. Executive Certificate: Complete 16+ classes. Program length: 6 – 9 months Tuition costs (estimated): $195 per seminar

More infoRMATION Janet Kelly, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2313, janet.kelly@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/hrm

Date Day/Time Location Units EXSP 8920 Overview of Human Resouce Management Jun 21 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Hayward 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8934 Meeting Management-Facilitation Skills Jun 25 Wed, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Oakland 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8979 How to Develop a Motivated Workplace Jun 28 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Hayward 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8966 Labor Relations Jul 9 Wed, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Oakland 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8039 Employment Law Jul 12 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Hayward 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8960 EEO-AA Jul 19 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Hayward 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8860 Developing Management Skills for the HR Professional Jul 30 Wed, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Oakland 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8991 HRIS/HCM for Human Resource Professionals Aug 2 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Hayward 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8731 Dealing with Workplace Conflict Aug 6 Wed, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Oakland 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8952 Employment Disability and Medical Leave Law Aug 9 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Hayward 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8951 Legal Issues Surrounding Wages and Hours Aug 20 Wed, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Oakland 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8963 Employee Relations Aug 23 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Hayward 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8343 Understanding Yourself and Others Using the Theory of Psychological Type Aug 28 & 29 Thu/Fri, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Oakland 1.50 CEUs EXSP 8969 Job Analysis Jul 26 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Hayward 0.70 CEUs EXSP 8327 Employee Discipline and Effective Termination Jul 16 Wed, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Hayward 0.70 CEUs

Fee

Instructor

$195

Carol Moore, Ph.D.

$195

Bonnie Jameson, M.S.

$195

Craig Nathanson, Ph.D.

$195

Donald Davis, M.B.A.

$195

Frank Mellon, M.B.A.

$195

Donny Wiley, Ph.D.

$195

Craig Nathanson, Ph.D.

$195

Paul Sheirich

$195

Evelyn Moorman, M.A.

$195

Frank Mellon, M.B.A.

$195

Michael Greathouse, Esq.

$195

Carol Moore, Ph.D.

$260

Bonnie Jameson, M.S.

$195

Sharon Green, Ph.D.

$195

Sharon Green, Ph.D.

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Related Courses Date Day/Time EXSP 8532 Become a Notary in One Day Aug 23 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Location

Units

Fee

Instructor

Hayward

0.60 CEUs

$130

Notary Public Seminars, INC.

EXSP 8535 Renewing Your Notary Commission Aug 23 Sat, 12:30 – 4:00 p.m.

Hayward

0.30 CEUs

$84

Notary Public Seminars, INC.

SHRM Learning System The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Learning System is a preparation and professional development tool offering the most up-to-date HR content aligned with the HRCI Body of Knowledge, reflecting legislative changes and new HR developments. This system consistently beats the national pass rate and has helped more than 30,000 HR professionals earn their PHR® or SPHR® certification. Tuition includes all SHRM learning materials. MORE INFORMATION Janet Kelly, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2313, janet.kelly@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueasbay.edu/catalog/SHRM Date Day/Time EXSP 8875 The SHRM Learning System Aug 9 – Nov 8 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Location

Units

Fee

Instructor

Hayward

3.60 CEUs

$1,095

Jeff Sanders, M.Ed, SPHR

International Business Certificate Program The International Business Certificate Program provides the educational foundation necessary to operate and succeed in the growing international marketplace. Students can look forward to real-world knowledge and perspective while preparing to work in a rapidly evolving international arena. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 6 required courses. Program length: 6 months Tuition costs (estimated): $6,000 Date Day/Time Location MGMT 7710 Developing an International Business Strategy Jun 25 – Aug 27 Wed, 2:00 – 5:30 p.m. Hayward MKTG 7801 International Marketing Decisions Jun 24 – Aug 26 Tue, 2:00 – 5:30 p.m. Hayward MKTG 7806 eCommerce Marketing for International Business Jun 23 – Aug 25 Mon, 2:00 – 5:30 p.m. Hayward

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More infoRMATION Janice Bruett, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2321, janice.bruett@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/ibiz Units

Fee

Instructor

4

$1,000

Jeffrey Newcomb

4

$1,000

Mark Cazen

4

$1,000

Jeffrey Newcomb

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Nonprofit Management Certificate Program The Nonprofit Management Certificate Program prepares current and aspiring nonprofit professionals to become qualified and knowledgeable nonprofit staff, administrators, board members, and volunteers. An Information Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 3, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. at the Oakland Center. E-mail the Program Coordinator listed below for more details or to RSVP. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 8 required courses and 3 elective units. Program length: 9 – 12 months Tuition costs (estimated): $2,352 – $2,671 Date Day/Time Location EXSP 8101 Fundraising Dynamics Jun 24, 26, 30 Tue/Thu/Mon, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Oakland PUAD 7704 Fundraising Dynamics Jun 28 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Hayward EXSP 8128 Marketing and Communications for Nonprofits Aug 16, 23, 30 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Hayward PUAD 7705 Marketing and Communications for Nonprofits Aug 16, 23, 30 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Hayward EXSP 8177 Law of Nonprofit Organizations Jul 10 & 12 Thu, 5:00 – 9:30 p.m. Sat, 12:30 – 5:00 p.m. PUAD 7712 Law of Nonprofit Organizations Jul 10 & 12 Thu, 5:00 – 9:30 p.m. Oakland Sat, 12:30 – 5:00 p.m. EXSP 8087 Board Development and Planning Jul 24, 29, 31 Thu/Tue/Wed, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Oakland Aug 2 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. PUAD 7701 Board Development and Planning Jul 24, 29, 31 Thu/Tue/Wed, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Oakland Aug 2 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

More infoRMATION Janet Kelly, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2313, janet.kelly@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/nonprofit Units

Fee

Instructor

2 CEUs

$294

Regina Neu, M.A.

2

$340

Regina Neu, M.A.

2 CEUs

$294

Jeffrey Cook, M.A.

2

$340

Jeffrey Cook, M.A.

1 CEU

$294

Dwight Dickerson, J.D.

1

$340

Dwight Dickerson, J.D.

2 CEUs

$294

Kathy Ferber

2

$340

Kathy Ferber

Units

Fee

Instructor

1 CEU

$147

Joel Mackey, J.D.

1

$167

Joel Mackey, J.D.

2 CEUs

$294

Bonnie Jameson, M.S.

2

$340

Bonnie Jameson, M.S.

ELECTIVE Courses Date Day/Time Location EXSP 8164 Advocacy and Lobbying for Nonprofits Aug 27 & 28 Wed/Thu, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Oakland PUAD 7710 Advocacy and Lobbying for Nonprofits Aug 27 & 28 Wed/Thu, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Oakland EXSP 8159 Strategic Planning for Nonprofits Jul 19, 21, 23 Sat/Mon/Wed, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Oakland PUAD 7709 Strategic Planning for Nonprofits Jul 19, 21, 23 Sat/Mon/Wed, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Oakland

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Payroll Practice and Management Certificate Program The Payroll Practice and Management Certificate Program gives aspiring payroll professionals the fundamental training they need to excel in this constantly changing field. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 1 required course. Program length: Self-paced, estimated 6 – 12 months Tuition costs (estimated): $1,825

More infoRMATION Janice Bruett, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2321, janice.bruett@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/payroll

Refund Policy This program is offered in partnership with Ed2Go and is subject to their refund policy. Students are ineligible for a refund of course registration fees once the course is accessed either by requesting materials or viewing lessons. Date Day/Time EXSP 8686 Payroll Practice and Management Enroll Anytime

Location

Units

Fee

Instructor

Online

8 CEUs

$1,825

Staff

Technical Writing Certificate Program The Technical Writing Certificate Program is designed for those who wish to develop their technical writing abilities to a professional level. Students will learn research methods, audience considerations, style, drafting and revision techniques, working in a collaborative environment, and more. A variety of media and formats and their impact on writing styles will be studied. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 1 required course. Program length: Self paced, estimated 6 – 12 months Tuition costs (estimated): $1,825

More infoRMATION Janice Bruett, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2321, janice.bruett@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/writing

Refund Policy This program is offered in partnership with Ed2Go and is subject to their refund policy. Students are ineligible for a refund of course registration fees once the course is accessed either by requesting materials or viewing lessons. Date Day/Time EXSP 8178 Technical Writing Enroll Anytime

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Location

Units

Fee

Instructor

Online

8 CEUs

$1,825

Staff

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EDUCATION Online Teaching and Learning Certificate Program The Online Teaching and Learning (OTL) Program meets the needs of university and college faculty, K-12 teachers, corporate and military trainers, educational administrators, curriculum designers, technical support staff, and others who design, implement, and teach online courses. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 4 required courses EDUI 6701-6704, in sequence, With a grade of “B” or better in each course. Program length: 6 months Tuition costs (estimated): $1,327.50 per course

More infoRMATION Ayellee Adam, Program Manager (510) 885-4496, ayellee.adam@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/otl-cert

Date Day/Time Location Units Fee Instructor EDUI 6701 Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning Offered in fall 2014 Online 4.50 $1,327.50 Anne Guptill, Ph.D. EDUI 6702 Teaching Models for Online Instruction Offered in fall 2014 Online 4.50 $1,327.50 Jodi Servatius, Ed.D. EDUI 6703 Technology Tools for Online Instruction * Jun 23 – Jul 27 Enroll by Jun 15 Online 4.50 $1,327.50 Patricia Schodowski, M.S. Ed EDUI 6704 Designing Curriculum for Online Instruction * Aug 4 – Sep 5 Enroll by Jul 31 Online 4.50 $1,327.50 Bill Hopkinson, Ph.D. *Pre-requisites are EDUI 6701 and 6702 MS OTL DEGREE PROGRAM COURSES Must be admitted to the MS OTL Degree Program to enroll in courses EDUI 6706 – 6899 Date Day/Time Location EDUI 6707 History and Culture of Online Teaching Communities Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by Jun 15 Online EDUI 6780 Building the Online Environment Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by Jun 15 Online EDUI 6899 Project Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by Jun 15 Online

Units

Fee

Instructor

4.50

$1,327.50

Datta Kaur Khalsa

4.50

$1,327.50

Staff

4.50

$1,327.50

Anne Guptill, Ph.D.

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Online Continuing Education for Teachers These Teacher Education courses are designed to help K – 12 teachers learn strategies and techniques that will improve their classroom performance. More infoRMATION Celeste Agana, Program Coordinator (510) 885-4921, celeste.agana@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/teacher

REFUND POLICY Students are ineligible for a refund once they obtain course materials or have been given access to the online class.

Date Day/Time Location Units Fee ESPY 7018 Harassment, Bullying, & Cyber-Intimidation in School Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 $475 EPSY 7022 Early Childhood: Family-Centered Services Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 $475 EPSY 7023 Early Childhood: Infant & Toddler Mental Health Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 $475 EPSY 7024 Early Childhood: Observation & Assessment Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 4 $628 EPSY 7025 Early Childhood: Program Planning Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 4 $628 TED 7010 Advanced Classroom Management Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 $475 TED 7031 Ethics and Safety Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 $475 TED 7075 How to Reach and Teach ADHD Students in the Inclusive Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 4.50 $545 TED 7101 Practical and Powerful Management Strategies for All Students Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 5 $630 TED 7111 Traumatized Child: The Effects of Stress, Trauma and Violence on Student Learning Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 $475 TED 7149 Practical and Powerful Management Strategies for All Students Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 5 $630 TED 7204 Teaching Diversity: Influence & Issues in the Classroom Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 $475 TED 7239 Teaching Elementary Math Conceptually: A New Paradigm Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 $475 TED 7290 Attention Deficit Disorder: Information and Interventions for Effective Teaching

Instructor

Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 TED 7306 Educational Assessment: Assessing Student with Learning in the Classroom Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 TED 7426 Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for Classroom Teachers Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 TED 7460 Behavior is Language: Strategies for Managing Disruptive Behavior Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 4 TED 7464 Violence in Schools Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 TED 7566 Autism & Asperger’s: Information & Effective Intervention Strategies Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 3 TED 7569 Inclusion: Working with Special Needs Students in Mainstream Classrooms Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online 4 TED 7690 Understanding Aggression: Coping with Aggressive Behavior in the Classroom

$475

Mick Jackson

$475

Mick Jackson

$475

Mick Jackson

$628

Mick Jackson

$475

Mick Jackson

$475

Marrea Winnega

$475

Florah Lusen

Jun 23 – Aug 31

$628

Mick Jackson

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Enroll by June 30

Online

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Candyce Reynolds Aumony Dahl Melissa Baudy Darcie Donegan Aumony Dahl Joe Kaplan Larry Shyers Sandra Rief Sandra Rief Jean Halverstadt Sandra Rief Karen Lea, Ph.D. Kim Shappell, Ph.D.

Date Day/Time Location TED 7692 Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online TED 7696 Reading and Writing in Content Area Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online TED 7705 Child Abuse: Working with Abused and Neglected Children Jun 23 – Aug 31 Enroll by June 30 Online

Units

Fee

Instructor

3

$475

Margie Anzen

3

$475

Pamela Bernard, Ph.D.

3

$475

Jean Halverstadt

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Certificate Program The Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Certificate Program meets the needs of those who plan to serve as English language teachers in the U.S. and overseas. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 4 required courses. International students must complete 3 additional courses. Program length: 6 months Tuition costs (estimated): $3,145 Date Day/Time Location ENGL 7702 Approaches, Designs, and Procedures in Teaching ESL II June 23 – Aug 25 Mon, 6:30 – 10:00 p.m. Hayward ENGL 7703 ESL Practicum (Supervised Teaching) June 26 + Wed, 6:30 – 10:00 p.m. Hayward other dates TBD

More infoRMATION Janet Kelly, Program Coordinator janet.kelly@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/tesol

Units

Fee

Instructor

4

$740

Michaele Smith

4

$925

Michaele Smith

ENGINEERING aND PROJECT MANAGEMENT Project Management Certificate Program

The Project Management Certificate Program offers existing and aspiring project managers the essential skills to successfully plan and manage small to large-scale projects. PMP® Exam Preparation Courses are also offered. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 1 required course. Program length: 10 weeks/40 hours Tuition costs (estimated): $2,295 – $2,595 Date Day/Time ENGR 7820 Project Management Jun 25 – Aug 28 Thu, 6:00 – 9:30 p.m. EXSP 8416 Project Management Jun 25 – Aug 28 Thu, 6:00 – 9:30 p.m. EXSP 8729 PMP® Exam Prep Jul 25 & 26 Fri/Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Aug 1, 2, 9

More infoRMATION Janice Bruett, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2321, janice.bruett@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/project Location

Units

Fee

Instructor

Oakland

4

$2,595

Vish Hegde, Ph.D.

Oakland

4

$2,295

Vish Hegde, Ph.D.

Hayward

3.50 CEUs

$1,195

Cheryl Allen

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Six Sigma Certificate Programs The Six Sigma Programs, Green Belt and Black Belt, provide an in-depth look at exactly how Six Sigma works, why companies are implementing it, and how employees can make it a success in their own organizations. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 1 required course per program. The Black Belt certificate covers all Green Belt material as part of its curriculum. Program length: Self-paced, estimated 6 – 12 months Tuition costs (estimated): $1,925 – $2,725

More infoRMATION Janice Bruett, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2321, janice.bruett@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/sixsigma

Refund Policy This program is offered in partnership with Ed2Go and is subject to their refund policy. Students are ineligible for a refund of course registration fees once the course is accessed either by requesting materials or viewing lessons. Date Day/Time EXSP 8687 Six Sigma Black Belt Enroll Anytime EXSP 8688 Six Sigma Green Belt

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Online

20 CEUs

$2,725

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Online

10 CEUs

$1,925

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Enroll Anytime

HOSPITALITY Wedding Planner Online Certificate Program

Cal State East Bay’s Wedding Planner Certificate Program offers aspiring and practicing wedding planners in-depth knowledge in all facets of researching, designing, planning, coordinating, and evaluating weddings. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 1 required course. Program length: Online Tuition costs (estimated): $2,800 Note: Once the program has begun no refunds will be given.

More infoRMATION Celeste Agana, Program Coordinator (510) 885-4921, celeste.agana@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/wedding

Date Day/Time Location Units Fee Instructor EXSP 8645 Wedding Planner Certificate Program Enroll by Jun 9 Online 5 CEUs $2,800 Joyce Scardina Becker EXSP 8204 Wedding Planner Exam (Retake) May 3 Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Hayward 0.50 CEUs $500 Joyce Scardina Becker Please note: Only students who have successfully completed class requirements, except the final exam, may register for the retake exam with the program director’s approval

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Legal Studies .

Paralegal Studies Certificate Program

This American Bar Association (ABA) approved Paralegal Studies Certificate Program qualifies aspiring paralegals for entry-level positions in the field, whether in law offices, corporations, government agencies, or other organizations. Paralegals cannot provide legal advice, except as directed by an attorney, nor can they establish a client/business relationship or represent a client in court. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 9 required courses, 1 elective course, and an internship within two calendar years from start date. A grade of “C” or better is required for a class to count towards the certificate. Program length: 15 months Tuition costs (estimated): $6,900 Date

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More infoRMATION Dwight Dickerson, Esq., Program Director (510) 885-2311, dwight.dickerson@csueastbay.edu Janet Kelly, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2313, janet.kelly@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/paralegal Fee

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POSC 7012 Litigation I Jun 26 – Aug 28 Thu, 6:30 – 9:50 p.m. Hayward 4 $620 Jeff Feinberg, Esq. Jun 23 – Aug 31 Online 4 $620 Jeff Allen, Esq. Jun 24 – Aug 26 Tue, 9:00 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. Oakland 4 $620 Jeff Allen, Esq. Jun 25 – Aug 27 Wed, 6:30 – 9:50 p.m. Concord 4 $620 Geoffrey Steele, Esq. ENGL 7018 Legal Research and Writing II Jun 23 – Aug 25 Mon, 6:30 – 9:50 p.m. Hayward 4 $620 Michael Greathouse, Esq. Jun 23 – Aug 31 Online 4 $620 Michael Greathouse, Esq. Jun 25 – Aug 27 Wed, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Oakland 4 $620 Michael Greathouse, Esq. Jun 24 – Aug 26 Tue, 6:30 – 9:50 p.m. Concord 4 $620 Ed Lai, Esq. POSC 7022 Personal Injury and Tort Litigation Jun 25 – Aug 27 Wed, 6:30 – 9:50 p.m. Hayward 4 $620 Bill Bart, Esq. Jun 25 – Aug 27 Wed, 9: 00 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. Oakland 4 $620 Dwight Dickerson, Esq. Jun 25 – Aug 27 Wed, 6:30 – 9:50 p.m. Concord 4 $620 Dwight Dickerson, Esq. POSC 7040 Computer Applications for Paralegals Jun 26 – Aug 28 Thu, 9:00 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. Hayward 4 $620 Alex Lubarsky, Esq. Jun 23 – Aug 31 Online 4 $620 Pege Kramer-Aman, Sr. Paralegal Jun 26 – Aug 28 Thu, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Oakland 4 $620 Asha Wilkerson, Esq. Jun 24 – Aug 26 Tue, 6:30 – 9:50 p.m. Concord 4 $620 Stuart West, Esq. POSC 7042 Ethics and Professional Responsibility Jun 24 – Aug 26 Tue, 6:30 – 9:50 p.m. Hayward 4 $620 Jimmy Ly, Esq. Jun 23 – Aug 31 Online 4 $620 Betty Cavanaugh, Sr. Paralegal Jun 26 – Aug 28 Thu, 6:30 – 9:50 p.m. Concord 4 $620 Betty Cavanaugh, Sr. Paralegal EXSP 8459 Career Seminar for Paralegals Aug 2 Sat, 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. Hayward 0.40 CEUs $30 Sharlene Mae Alim, Sr. Paralegal POSC 7020 Paralegal Internship Jun 14 Sat, 10:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Oakland 3 $470 Carol Thornberry, Sr. Paralegal

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ELECTIVE COURSES Date Day/Time Location Units POSC 7027 Wills and Trusts Jun 26 – Aug 28 Tue, 6:30 – 9:50 p.m. Concord 4 POSC 7056 e-Discovery, Advanced Legal Research, and Writing Motions Jun 23 – Aug 31 Online 4 RELATED COURSES Date Day/Time EXSP 8532 Become a Notary in One Day Aug 23 Sat, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. EXSP 8535 Renewing Your Notary Commission Aug 23 Sat, 12:30 – 4:00 p.m.

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Fee

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$620

Ron Shingler, Esq.

$620

Michael Greathouse, Esq.

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$130

Notary Public Seminars, INC.

Hayward

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$84

Notary Public Seminars, INC.

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MEDICAL Classroom Medical/Healthcare Certificate Programs This specialized group of classroom certificate programs helps students prepare for employment in the rapidly growing healthcare industry. Program Highlights Ceritificate requirements: Complete 1 required course for each certificate option. Program length: 3 months Tuition costs (estimated): $1,450 – $2,178 Date Day/Time EXSP 8831 EKG Technician Jun 23 – Aug 11 Mon/Wed, 6:00 – 9:30 p.m. EXSP 8833 Medical Billing and Coding Jun 30 – Sep 22 Mon/Wed, 6:00 – 9:30 p.m. (no class Sep 1)

More infoRMATION Celeste Agana, Program Coordinator (510) 885-4921, celeste.agana@csueastbay.edu

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Oakland

5 CEUs

$1,450

Kath Dudek

Oakland

8 CEUs

$2,178

Revina Williams

Online Medical/Healthcare Certificate Programs

This specialized group of online certificate programs helps students prepare for employment in the rapidly growing healthcare industry. Program Highlights Certificate requirements: Complete 1 required course for each certificate option. Program length: Self-paced Tuition costs (estimated): $795 – $2,025

More infoRMATION Janice Bruett, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2321, janice.bruett@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/medical

Refund Policy These programs are offered in partnership with Ed2Go and are subject to their refund policy. Students are ineligible for a refund of course registration fees once the course is accessed either by requesting materials or viewing lessons. Date Day/Time EXSP 8519 Pharmacy Technician Enroll Anytime EXSP 8848 Medical Terminology Enroll Anytime

Location

Units

Fee

Instructor

Online

33 CEUs

$2,025

Staff

Online

6 CEUs

$795

Staff

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Specialized training California State Notary Public Training Our Notary classes are presented by Notary Public Seminars, Inc., a leading Notary Public training provider in California for 15 years. In order to sit for the exam immediately following the class, new and returning notaries must bring the following: a check for $40.00 made payable to “Secretary of State”, Proper ID (ID-current CDL with picture or state issued ID card), a 2x2 passport photo, and two #2 pencils. More infoRMATION Janet Kelly, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2313, janet.kelly@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/notary Date Day/Time EXSP 8532 Become a Notary in One Day Aug 23 Sat, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Location

Units

Fee

Instructor

Hayward

0.60 CEUs

$130

Notary Public Seminars, INC.

EXSP 8535 Renewing Your Notary Commission Aug 23 Sat, 12:30 – 4:00 p.m.

Hayward

0.30 CEUs

$84

Notary Public Seminars, INC.

Freight Broker Training Certificate Program The nationally recognized Freight Broker Training Certificate Program is a compelling option for those looking to start their own homebased business in the $400+ billion transportation industry. Program Highlights Program requirements: Complete 1 required course. Program length: Self-paced, estimated 6 – 12 months Tuition costs (estimated): $1,925

More infoRMATION Janice Bruett, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2321, janice.bruett@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/freight

Refund Policy This program is offered in partnership with Ed2Go and is subject to their refund policy. Students are ineligible for a refund of course registration fees once the course is accessed either by requesting materials or viewing lessons. Date Day/Time EXSP 8844 Freight Broker Training Enroll Anytime

Location

Units

Fee

Instructor

Online

15 CEUs

$1,925

Staff

Veterinary Assistant Certificate Program The Veterinary Assistant Certificate Program will appeal to those who would like to work in a veterinary office but lack the necessary preparation. Program Highlights Program requirements: Complete 1 required course. Program length: Self-paced, estimated 6 – 12 months Tuition costs (estimated): $2,025

More infoRMATION Janice Bruett, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2321, janice.bruett@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/vet

Refund Policy This program is offered in partnership with Ed2Go and is subject to their refund policy. Students are ineligible for a refund of course registration fees once the course is accessed either by requesting materials or viewing lessons. Date Day/Time EXSP 8527 Veterinary Assistant Enroll Anytime

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Units

Fee

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Online

17 CEUs

$2,025

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TEST PREPARATION Give yourself every advantage when taking examinations for college admission or professional certification, with comprehensive and affordable test preparation courses. More infoRMATION Janice Bruett, Program Coordinator (510) 885-2321, janice.bruett@csueastbay.edu www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog/testprep Date Day/Time Location Units EXSP 8595 Reading Comprehension & English Grammar Review for TEAS & HOBET Exams Aug 16 & 17 Sat/Sun, 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Hayward non-credit EXSP 8596 TEAS Preparation for Math Jul 12 & 19 Sat, 1:30 – 5:00 p.m. Hayward non-credit EXSP 8597 TEAS Science Review for TEAS and HOBET Exams Aug 9 Sat, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Hayward non-credit EXSP 9584 CBEST Reading Test Workshop Jul 19 & 20 Sat/Sun, 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Hayward non-credit

Fee

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$195

Caroline Mason

$119

Vanessa Mason

$119

Peter Miedzinski

$140

Caroline Mason

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PROGRAMS Specifically designed certificates also are an option. Students can create a custom certificate program from any of the academic disciplines the University offers.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Contact: American Language Program alpgen@csueastbay.edu (510) 885-2358

For Degree Programs: International Admissions iao@csueastbay.edu (510) 885-7571

More info: www.csueastbay.edu/ALP The American Language Program at California State University, East Bay (ALP) offers a wide range of high-quality, English language and other programs for students from all over the world. Whether you are interested in improving your English, preparing for university studies in the United States, getting a post-bachelor’s certificate, or experiencing life at an American university, we have a program for you! Our programs are designed for flexibility so you can create a personalized course of study, and the international staff and teachers of ALP offer the resources and support you need to achieve your personal, educational, or career goals. CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS These programs are flexible, non-degree programs designed to increase students’ professional knowledge and skills in specific subject areas. Certificates are available in: International Business, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Language (TESOL), Paralegal Studies, and more.

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DIPLOMA International students have the option to participate in this program in either a two-quarter (6 month) or three-quarter (9 month) program variation. Students who successfully complete the nine month option are eligible to apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT), which allows 12 months of full-time on-the-job training. To earn the diploma, students must complete all required courses, and course assignments, maintain an overall GPA of 2.5, and receive no grade below a “C” in any course. PRE-MBA PROGRAM This program, co-sponsored by the CSUEB College of Business and Economics, is designed to assist the international student community in achieving acceptance into CSUEB’s MBA Program through a combination of admissions advising and coordination, GMAT and IELTS preparation courses, and MBA Foundation course work. TESOL CERTIFICATE This academic program provides a solid theoretical and practical background for people who plan to work in the field of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) anywhere in the world. Courses are designed to examine current and effective teaching techniques in the second language classroom. IELTS Cal State East Bay is an official test center for IELTS (International English Language Testing System). The test is administered monthly on campus. For more information and to request an application, email: ielts@csueastbay.edu

INTENSIVE ENGLISH PROGRAM The American Language Program offers an Intensive English Program that teaches a wide variety of English skills, including general English and English for academic preparation. The program offers seven levels of instruction from beginner to advanced. Qualified students may also take California State University East Bay classes for credits. The program is ideal for residents who want to study part-time, professionals who need to enhance their skills in English for their careers, and international students preparing for admission to university degree programs. ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS: Applicants are expected to have studied English for at least two years, be 18 years or older, and have a high school diploma or equivalent. For an application, registration, or inquiry visit www.csueastbay.edu/ALP.

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UNIVERSITY SERVICES ACADEMIC ADVISING & CAREER EDUCATION Location: Hayward Campus, SA 2300 Phone: (510) 885-3621 Web: www.csueastbay.edu/aace AACE offers: career counseling, by appointment or drop in; passwords to an exclusive job and internship database; career assessments (free and fee-based); resume critiques; mock interviews; career workshops; use of the Career Resource Center, including books and videos; and assistance with graduate/professional school applications. POLICE Escort Service Hayward: (510) 885-3791 Concord: (925) 602-6737 The University Police Department can provide escort services to and from parking areas at the Hayward and Concord campuses. Call to request this service. Library Hayward: (510) 885-3765 Concord: (925) 602-6755 Web: www.library.csueastbay.edu Students are entitled to use the University library and may access electronic resources remotely. A valid CSUEB student ID is required to check out materials. To register for library privileges, fill out a registration card at the library. Students will need their Universityassigned NetID to complete library registration. FINANCING YOUR EDUCATION Traditional Financial Aid (such as completing the FAFSA, Pell Grants, etc.) is not applicable for Continuing Education certificate programs. There are other options available for you: SallieMae provides loans to students for training/educational purposes. These are private, credit-based loans which you must qualify for and pay back in full. SallieMae offers three payment options including deferred payments while you are in school. For more information and to apply online, visit their website: www.salliemae.com/00113898 Important: The Continuing Education school code for SallieMae is: 001138-98. Wells Fargo offers the Wells Fargo Collegiate® Loan and the Wells Fargo Education Connection® Loan. These are private, credit-based loans which you must qualify for and pay back in full. With a Wells Fargo loan, students get competitive interest rates, no payments during school, 0.25% automatic payment discount, 0.25% graduation discount, up to 0.50% relationship discount, and cosigner release after making the first 24 consecutive on-time monthly payments. To see today’s rates, learn more about the loans, or to apply, visit their website wellsfargo.com/student or call 1-800-658-3567. Important: The Continuing Education school code for Wells Fargo is: 001138-70.

Qualified students (currently unemployed) may be eligible under the provisions of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998. California’s Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL), established in compliance with WIA, provides customer-focused employment training for adults and dislocated workers. For more information, contact the local WIA office nearest you. Cal State East Bay is proud to help veterans and their family in achieving their educational and career goals. A variety of programs have been pre-approved for tuition assistance for active and retired military, and qualified dependents. Get VA Educational Benefit details online, including information on which programs have been preapproved, application and reimbursement processes, and contacts who can help you along the way. Pioneer Bookstore, HAYWARD CAMPUS Phone: (510) 885-3507 E-mail: bookstore@csueastbay.edu Web: www.csueastbay.edu/bookstore In addition to providing a complete selection of textbooks, emblematic gifts, and clothing, the Hayward Pioneer Bookstore offers numerous services to students, faculty, and staff. Apple Computer and software discounts also are available through the bookstore. Call or visit the Web site for store hours. The Concord Campus also has textbooks available for purchase at the Concord Café and bookstore, located inside the Student Union building. Call or visit www.concord.csueastbay.edu for store hours. accessibility services Hayward Campus, LI 2400 Phone: (510) 885-3868 (TTY accessible) Concord Campus, Academic Services 114 Phone: (925) 602-6716 Web: www.csueastbay.edu/AS Accessibility Services works in partnership with Continuing Education to provide reasonable accommodations to students with verified disabilities. Students with disabilities requiring accommodations must contact Accessibility Services and the respective Program Coordinator in a timely manner. Accessibility Services also offers campus referrals for academic advising, counseling, transportation, and employment needs. counseling, transportation, and employment needs.

If you are currently employed, inquire with your employer as many companies provide tuition reimbursement/assistance for professional development courses and programs.

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Records and Grades Official TRANSCRIPTS Official transcripts may be requested by mail, in person or online. If ordering in person or by mail, the fee for the first official transcript is $4.00. The fee for additional official transcripts prepared at the same time is $2.00 each, for up to ten transcripts. If ordering online, the fee for the first official transcript is $6.00. The fee for additional official transcripts prepared at the same time is $4.00 each, for up to ten transcripts. Online Orders Official transcripts ordered online are available through a third party service, Credentials, Inc. Log in directly to Credentials, Inc. (www. credentials-inc.com) to place a transcript order or to check the status of your order. Orders placed directly with Credentials, Inc. require a written signature authorization by fax or mail. A NetID is not required to place this order. If you know your NetID, you may order a transcript without the written signature authorization. Log into MyCSUEB at https://my.csueastbay.edu and select “Order a Transcript”. In Person or by Mail Bring a completed Transcript Request Form to the Enrollment Information Center in the Student Services and Administration Building (SA) on the Hayward Campus or the Academic Service Center in the Academic Services Building on the Concord Campus. Or mail your request to:

Grading Chart Points per Letter Grade A Excellent (4.0) A- Excellent (3.7) B+ Good (3.3) B Good (3.0) B- Good (2.7)

C+ C CD+ D F

Satisfactory (2.3) Satisfactory (2.0) Satisfactory (1.7) Poor (1.3) Poor (1.0) Failing (0)

It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of all grading and academic policies and procedures, which can be found in the University catalog at www.csueastbay.edu/ecat. Administrative Grading Symbols CR NC RP I IC

Credit No Credit Report in Progress Incomplete (Authorized)* Incomplete Charged*

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Report Delayed Withdrawal Withdrawal Unauthorized** Audit

* An “I” must normally be made up within one calendar year of the end of the term during which it is assigned. If the incomplete grade is not completed within the approved time period, the “I” will convert to “IC,” which is counted as an “F” in GPA calculations.

California State University East Bay Office of Records 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, Hayward CA 94542

** A “WU” is assigned when a student has not withdrawn from a course and also has failed to complete course requirements. This is counted as an “F” in GPA calculations.

Obtaining Unofficial Transcript Students may view and print an unofficial transcript online by logging onto MyCSUEB at https://my.csueastbay.edu and select “View Unofficial Transcript”.

UNIT EQUIVALENCY Cal State East Bay teaches on a four-quarter, rather than a semester, schedule. Courses are measured in quarter units of credit, convertible to semester units. 10 hours of class time equal one quarter unit. A quarter-to-semester unit conversion chart is provided below.

WHEN Transcripts May Not Be Released Students with financial holds are not permitted to receive or order transcripts. Holds may be placed on your student account, which will prevent you from enrolling in classes until they have been cleared. Check by logging into MyCSUEB for any possible holds during the registration process. Be sure to take action steps to remedy any holds in a timely manner to permit you to register for classes.

Quarter Units 1 2 3 4 5 6

Contact Information: Transcript Desk Phone: (510) 885-3814 Posting of Grades The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act prohibits grade information from being provided over the telephone. Grades are posted to the Web throughout the quarter. Students can reference their grades through MyCSUEB, using their University NetID. Official transcripts are available for order after grades have been posted online.

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Incomplete grades It is the student’s responsibility to request incomplete grades for any classes. Instructors assign such grades only if the student has completed a definable portion of work and only if the student has supplied pertinent information to the instructor to justify the request. If the instructor agrees that the student’s request is justified, the instructor and student must complete a Report of Incomplete Grade Form online. For further questions about Incomplete grades, please contact us at (510) 885-3605.

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REGISTRATION POLICIES Enrollment Cal State East Bay accepts enrollment by all adults (high school graduates, college students, and professionals) and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, disability, marital status, religion, or sexual preference. The University catalog lists the complete text of the University’s nondiscrimination policies. Registration Students can register for courses online, by phone, in person, or by mail. Registrations are considered incomplete until full tuition and fees have been paid. Registration and fees must be submitted no later than the first meeting of the course. Payment at a first class meeting may be accepted if space is available and the instructor approves. For courses with five or more meetings, a $25.00 late registration fee per course is charged if student registers after first day of class. Courses of four meetings or less do not permit registration after the first day of class. This policy applies to both credit and non-credit courses. Fees are due at time of registration and can be paid by cash, credit card, electronic check, or check by mail (with registration form) or in person. Credit card payments are only accepted online. Failure to pay fees within 48 hours of enrollment could result in being dropped from courses. Pay Online Credit card and electronic check payments can be made online through our secure interface at http://www.csueastbay.edu/payonline. We accept American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and VISA. There is a non-refundable 2.9% service charge for paying with a credit card. Pay in Person or by Mail Payments in person can be made with check, money order, cashier’s check, or cash at either the Hayward or Concord campuses. Credit cards payments are NOT accepted at the Cashier’s offices. When paying fees by mail, a registration form is required with payment. Cashier’s Office, Student Services & Administration (SA) Building Cal State East Bay 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd. Hayward, CA 94542 Cashier’s Office, Academic Services Building Cal State East Bay - Concord Campus 4700 Ygnacio Valley Rd. Concord, CA 94521 Course Cancellation Cal State East Bay reserves the right to cancel courses without prior notification, up to and including the first day of class, because of low enrollment, instructor/faculty availability, or other reason. In the event of course cancellation, all registration fees will be held in the students’ accounts and may be applied to a rescheduled offering of the course, transferred to apply toward another course registration, or refunded to the student. Administrative Fees Late Registration—$25.00 Returned Check—$25.00 See the Records and Grades sections for other applicable fees.

Returned Check Fee Policy A returned check penalty fee of $25.00 will be charged to a student’s account for any check dishonored by the drawee bank. The returned check and penalty fee must be paid by cash, credit card, or money order. If a student, or anyone paying on the student’s behalf, has written one or more returned checks, check cashing privileges will be revoked. If a returned check was used to pay for more than one student, each student will be assessed the $25 returned check fee. Payments made by a returned check are reversed from the student’s account, leaving the balance due and payable immediately. Outstanding balances are subject to the unpaid fees and delinquent accounts policy and may result in the students being dropped from their classes. Withdrawals AND REFUNDS You may drop courses online through MyCSUEB, or submit your request to Continuing Education either by letter, or using the Withdrawal and Refund Form. Failure to drop a course online, or file a written request to withdraw, before the end of the drop period may result in a failing grade (drop dates vary by program). Please note that a stop payment order on a check does not constitute an official withdrawal, nor does it relieve the student’s financial obligation for the course. If Continuing Education cancels a class, you will automatically receive a full refund. Refunds will be issued in the same form as payment received. Processing takes approximately six weeks. Some Continuing Education programs have course-specific refund policies that supersede the refund policy below. The most common of these policies applies to most of our online courses and home study courses, and states that no refund will be given once a student has been given access to the online course. Course-specific refund policies are noted in the quarterly course schedule. Refunds are based on the duration of the class and the date the refund is submitted online. Refunds for independent study and individual study are counted from the first day of the quarter, regardless of the actual registration day. Materials fees are non-refundable. If you drop a course 24 hours before the class begins, you will receive a full refund. On the first day of class to before 25% of the meeting times have elapsed, you are entitled to a 65% refund. No refund will be issued after 25% of the meeting times have elapsed. For courses with four (4) or fewer meeting days, no refund is available after the course begins. For full details about our Withdrawal/Refund Policy, please visit our website at www.ce.csueastbay.edu. Refund schedule 65% of Total Fees

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N/A

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5 class meetings or more

Before first class meeting

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Open University Makes it Possible.

Enroll in undergraduate and graduate level, degreeapplicable classes at California State University, East Bay through Open University! Open U. is ideal for students who wish to:

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Take credit courses without being admitted to the University. Examine a field of study before applying to a degree program. Update job skills or obtain professional training. Improve grade point average prior to application.

Choose your classes, submit your application, and enroll! Summer 2014 QUARTER BEGINS APPLICATION DUE ENROLLMENT DATES COURSE DROP DEADLINE

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Open U fee payments must be made 3 days after enrollment.

For complete details, visit

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(510) 885-2784

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Continuing Education 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd., SA 1700 Hayward, CA 94542-3012 www.ce.csueastbay.edu/catalog

Classes Begin Monday, June 23 – Enroll Now!

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