CSUSB offers 100% online degree programs as well as blended online programs, which combine the best of online and face-to-face instruction.
100% Online Programs*
- Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences
- Master of Arts in Career and Technical Education
- Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Public Administration
- Master of Science in Accountancy
*On campus culminating experience may be required. Check with the program of interest to confirm.
Blended Online Programs
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) (approximately 80% online, 20% in-person)
- Master of Arts in Instructional Design and Technology (Required courses (60%) offered in both online and in-person, elective courses (30%) are offered either online or in-person and the culminating experience (10%) is offered in-person.)
- Master of Arts in Reading and Literacy Education (approximately 80% online, 20% in-person)
- Master of Arts in Special Education (100% of courses are in hybrid format)
- Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (approximately 80% online, 20% in-person)
- Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) (approximately 80% online, 20% in-person)
- Master’s in Social Work (approximately 75% online, 25% in-person)
General Course Information
In the class schedule, the following descriptions are used for courses:
ONL: Courses under this listing use the Internet as the primary teaching, learning, communication and assessment tool. Some classes may or may not meet on campus a few times for events such as orientations, presentations or other academic activities. Correspondence for these courses is conducted through email, chat, discussion boards and similar communication devices, both synchronous and asynchronous. Students who enroll in fully online courses are responsible for meeting the technical requirements necessary for this method of instruction and learning.
Web/Classroom: The majority of class meetings for these courses are on campus in a physical classroom. Some course material may be accessible online, including, but not limited to syllabi, assignment descriptions, lecture notes, quizzes, tests and announcements. The amount of online course material may vary from 5% to 90% depending on the instructor.
Video course information: We also offer video courses which originate from Cal State's campuses in San Bernardino or Palm Desert and are broadcast through two-way audio and video to one or more sites.