By selecting the appropriate term below, you can view the regular session course schedule. You can view the offerings by Academic Subject, by College, or by General Education Category by using the buttons at the top of each page. The lists are updated regularly to reflect changes.
May, Summer, and Winter Session courses will be administered through the College of Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE). Please note that CCPE courses have a different fee structure than regular session courses, refer to the Fees and Finance information. For those students in Special Summer State-Support Programs (Ed.D, MBA, and DPT), please refer to the State University Fee information. In addition, CCPE provides professional development (non-credit) programs during all terms. For information on Online Course offerings at other CSU campuses, click here.
You can get up to the minute, detailed information on course offerings by using MyCSULB. Once you sign-in select the “Search for Classes” option under “My Menu”. This option allows you to search by subject area, course, day or time, instructor, GE area, courses with available seats and much more! For assistance using MyCSULB, check out 'Using MyCSULB.'
For each term, you will be able to view the required and optional textbook(s) and supplemental material requirements for each of your classes as specified by the instructor using the link below.
Current course descriptions are also available by using MyCSULB. Click on “Search for Classes” under “My Menu.” Click on “Browse Catalog” and “Go.” For assistance using MyCSULB, check out “Using MyCSULB.”
Students admitted to or continuing in a degree, credential or certificate program register via MyCSULB. Once you have signed on using your personal account, select “Student Center / Academics” under “My Menu.” For assistance using MyCSULB, check out “Using MyCSULB.” For additional information on procedures, eligibility and fees, review the Registration web pages.
Other students may be able to enroll in CSULB courses on a space available basis through the College of Continuing and Professional Education's Open University Program.