It takes a serious commitment for working professionals to finish their degree. And it isn't just about receiving a piece of paper – it's about getting an education that will help you become more accomplished personally and professionally.
With evening classes running year-round in four 11-week terms and offered at three campus locations, you can make it work with your schedule.
Ready to take the next step?
We have three ways to get started.
Year-round courses enable you to complete your degree without compromising our standards of excellence.
- Classes meet one night a week, Monday – Thursday
- Classes are from 6 – 9:30pm
- Four 11-week terms year-round
- Locations in Thousand Oaks, Woodland Hills, and Oxnard
Transfer Past Work
You may have already started down the path toward your bachelor's. We'll help you figure out which courses you can apply to your Cal Lutheran degree.
- Transfer up to 70 credits from community college
- Upper division credits from a four-year college are also accepted
- Find out which courses you can transfer with our search tool
Advisors, faculty and staff are here throughout the program to answer your questions and help solve problems along the way.
- Academic advisors offer individual attention
- Average class size of 10
- Faculty with real world experience
- Staff and Faculty dedicated to student success
“It's really great that the classes are smaller, and I feel like the instructors really care about each person's success.”Christy Garcia, ‘14
“I'll be the first person in my household to get a college degree. It's just a great accomplishment. It's hard to describe in words, but just to know you've finished what you started.”Irma Magana, ‘14
“The ambition was there to jump in and get it done, however the anxieties were huge. Going back to school after 20 years? I had these thoughts of, 'Am I going to be able to do it?' with all of my other responsibilities. It took the first term to get into the groove and think, 'I'm not going to fail,' and to overcome.”Paul Dorthalina, ‘14
“I felt like I was limited, and if I wanted to go any further in my career, then I needed to pursue my bachelor's degree.”Tony Adragna, ‘13