About Us

About The College of Extended & International Education

The purpose of the California State University, Dominguez Hills, College of Extended and International Education is to expand the resources of the University to better serve the communities of which we are a part. To serve this purpose, we offer professional, academic, and lifelong learning opportunities on our campus in Carson, California, in neighborhood classrooms in the South Bay, and via distance learning to students throughout the world. Currently, the college serves approximately 15,000 students per year.

CEIE Mission and Vision

Professional coursework includes degree and certificate programs designed to enhance your professional standing, allow you to change careers, or enable you to enter the job market.

Academic programs include traditional degree, certificate and credential programs and individual courses. Often these programs are delivered via distance learning technologies.

Lifelong Learning courses and programs are designed to enhance your quality of life. These include individual courses of interest, learning in retirement programs, lectures, and Open University.

The Center for Training and Development offers customized training for organizations.

Open University, Winter Session, Spring Intersession and Summer Sessions allow students to take regular University Courses at CSU Dominguez Hills without formal admission to the University.

Lifelong Learning courses and programs are designed to enhance your quality of life. These include educational travel, individual courses of interest, learning in retirement programs, lectures, and Open University.

The Center for Mediated Instruction and Distance Learning has established a national reputation as a leader in this fast-emerging field. Forbes magazine recognized CSUDH as one of the top 20 "Cyber-Universities" in the nation. Courses are offered via the internet, television, and by correspondence.

The OSHA Training Institute Education Center at California State University, Dominguez Hills is one of 26 such centers in the country, and the only one based in the Los Angeles area. The center provides occupational safety and health training to help organizations comply with both federal and California standards.

Currently, the college serves approximately 15,000 students per year.

Free Catalogue

To get a free catalogue, email us at request for free catalogue, or call us at 310-243-3741.

Questions

For academic questions, refer to the contact information on your program's Web page. If you have general academic questions, or don't know who to contact, e-mail us at learn@csudh.edu. Your question will be answered by the most qualified person on our staff.

For registration questions e-mail us at ceereg@csudh.edu.

For technical questions regarding distance learning courses contact Steven Williams at stevewil@csudh.edu.

Financial Aid

To contact the Financial Aid office, call 310-243-3747, or email finaid@csudh.edu.

Customer Service

We are always looking to improve our service. If you have a general suggestion, question, or complaint, please contact our customer service office at 310-243-3741, or by email at eemarketing@csudh.edu. If you have a comment about a specific program, go to the Contact Us page for a list of contacts.

University Resources

For University Resources, go to the CSUDH home page.