Cal Lutheran offers classes, seminars, forums and conferences that are open to the community. Whether you are looking for a preschool or summer camp, to update your computer or work skills, complete your bachelor's or graduate degree, participate in discussion forums, or just learn more about things of interest to you, you can find it on these pages. Check back often to find new courses and learning opportunities.
Nonprofit executives, staff, board members and volunteers improve the development process through marketing and communications skills taught by seasoned professionals. Earn three continuing education units.
Online accredited program enables professionals worldwide to earn a certificate in financial planning. This rigorous program prepares students to sit for the Certified Financial Planner© certification exam.
Designed for students with MBA or advanced degrees, this series offers a choice of four professional tracks, each with four targeted courses. Customized tracks are available.
Courses in information technology present career options, validate prior knowledge, and upgrade skills. Classes offered four times a year. Full academic credit can be applied to bachelor's degree.
Courses in information systems overview systems, explain career options, certify prior knowledge and improve skills. Classes offered four times a year. Full academic credit can be applied to bachelor's degree.
Computer Training Workshops
Evening Computer Classes
Community members learn to maximize computer use for office or home. Workshop topics include:
- digital camera and computer usage
- electronic address book creation
- budgeting using spreadsheets
No academic or CEU credit. Please contact Sue Bauer at (805) 493-3368, or firstname.lastname@example.org for dates and times of upcoming workshops.
Courses, programs and events are offered to K-12 educators for continued learning, professional training and personal enrichment. Formal admission to the University is not required.