California State University, Long Beach offers a wide variety of post-baccalaureate certificates, credentials and graduate degrees geared to both full-time and part-time students. CSULB has over 5,500 graduate students across its 164 master’s degree programs, 43 credential programs, 22 postbaccalaureate certificates, and 5 doctoral programs.
CSULB is an R2-Doctoral University with High Research Activity that is designated as both a Hispanic-Serving and Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution. CSULB also offer the following doctoral programs:
- Ph.D. in Engineering and Computational Mathematics (offered jointly with The Claremont Graduate University.)
- Ed.D. in Educational Leadership
- Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
- Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
Becoming a Graduate Student
Applying to Graduate School
Please note that graduate students must apply to the university AND to a specific graduate program.
For questions about a specific program, contact the program's advisor.
As a grad student, there is a lot of information you need to know in addition to academic knowledge—for example, how to access your student email account or how to buy a parking permit. In the past, finding this information required searching through multiple web pages, which can take valuable time away from important goals like studying, working, or conducting research. Navigating Grad Studies at the Beach solves this problem, by providing a centralized online space for all grad students to learn about campus resources, student support services, and the path to graduation.
Awards listings for our Graduate Students
Sally Casanova Pre-Doctoral Scholars
Graduate Equity Fellowship
Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program Scholars
CSULB offeres a variety of research and creative activites competitions that provides graduate students the opportunity to showcase what they have been studying and learning. Many graduate students advance to CSU-Wide, regional and national competitions for scholarship monies and bragging rights.