The roots for California State University, San Bernardino began with approval by the California State College system in 1960, and three years later a 430-acre site was chosen to construct the school. Throughout the twentieth century, CSUSB continued to grow. New research and curriculum programs continues at CSUSB.
Today, the public, four-year California State, San Bernardino supports over 70 traditional bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, along with education credential programs, certificates, and doctoral degrees. CSUSB supports the College of Extended Learning to meet the needs of nontraditional students and working professionals. This division of the campus sponsors degree programs, international extension programs, customized workplace trainings, online coursework and programs, certificate and extension programs, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, as well as offering classes for personal enrichment purposes. Students pursuing distance learning have various options via the University’s online partners.
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