CSULB Class Schedule

CSULB through the Student Records office provides the schedule of classes, as one of their missions. Aside from that, the Student Records office also provides quality services to faculty, students, academic and administrative departments, alumni and the public.

Well, to get their class schedule, the students can see their regular session course schedule by choosing the appropriate term through the Schedule of Classes page. Through the buttons at the top of each page, they can also view the offerings by College, by Academic Subject, or by General Education Category

CSULB Class Schedule

Here’s a List of the CSULB Schedule of Classes!

There are a total of five courses that CSULB provides. They are Fall Courses, Spring Courses, Summer Courses, Winter Courses and May Intersession Courses. Certainly, all courses will be explained in each point below!

Fall Courses

To get the Fall Courses, you will be able to obtain the updated detailed information on course offerings by using myCSULB. After you login, you can choose the ‘Search for Classes’ option under ‘My Menu’.

Well, this option will allow you to look for the course by subject area, day or time, course, instructor, GE area, courses with available seats and many more. To access the Fall Course 2021, you can visit here.

This is the important information about Fall 2021. Fall 2021 provides a more face-to-face course or hybrid mode of instructions. To get the latest information about it, you need to regularly check the Reuniting the Beach site over the summer. Why?

Well, this site will have updated CSULB information with changes from safety guidelines and current health. If a class is in an alternate mode of instructions, the instructors are going to communicate any resources and tools, so the students will have to access their class notes, lectures and also exams online. You can get that information on Zoom, BeachBoard and other technologies.

You should be careful of a potential change in each location, class’s schedule and also class notes that are based on an update in safety guidelines and in health. Need to know, each class will have one of the formats shown below:

    • Synchronous online – At scheduled days and time, all classes will be remote.
    • Asynchronous online – there’s no scheduled day and time, so the students will be able to complete work at different times throughout the week.
    • Mixed online – With some meetings at scheduled days and times and also some asynchronous work, all classes will be remote.
    • Hybrid with synchronous online – some synchronous (scheduled days and times) online class meetings and some face-to-face instructions.
    • Hybrid with asynchronous online – some asynchronous (no scheduled meeting times) online components and some face-to-face instruction.
    • Face-to-face on-campus – At scheduled days and times on campus, in-person class meetings.
    • Face-to-face off-campus – At  scheduled days and times at community sites, in-person class meetings.

Additionally, face-to-face and hybrid classes actually require students to be on campus or community sites. If it is possible for you, you can consult with your academic advisor regarding your class schedule. You can get more information on the ‘Alternative Mode of Instruction’ section.

Spring Courses

To get the Spring Courses, you will be able to obtain the updated detailed information on course offerings by using myCSULB. After you login, you can choose the ‘Search for Classes’ option under ‘My Menu’.

Well, this option will allow you to look for the course by subject area, day or time, course, instructor, GE area, courses with available seats and many more. To access the Spring Course 2021, you can visit here.

Summer Courses

Summer courses are administered through the College of Professional and International Education (CPIE). You should know that CCPE courses will have a different fee structure than regular session courses. To access the Summer Course 2021, you can visit here.

Before you register for your courses this summer semester, it’s better for you to start mapping out your entire path to graduation using the Degree Planner. However, you can access this online tool via your myCSULB Student Center. It will also help you figure out what courses to take and when to take them.

Additionally, you can start with Degree Planners that can give you a complete picture of your entire academic journey at CSULB.

How to register for the summer semester? For continuing students, they can register for classes online using myCSULB from your registration access date and time until the day before the start of each summer session. Well, myCSULB will be available anytime except for the dates and times that are noted on the Summer Calendar.

When can you register for the summer semester? Let’s see the Self Service Registration Dates below!

    • Full Summer Session-Self Service Registration and Adjustments : March 8 –  May 23, 2021
    • Summer Session I-Self Service Registration and Adjustments: March 8 –  May 23, 2021
    • Summer Session III-Self Service Registration and Adjustments: March 8 –  July 5, 2021

What if you are late for summer semester registration? If you register after the first day of the session, you should complete the online Permission to Add request on myCSULB Student Center. For this online permission, the department approvals and class instructor will be required.

Moreover, your Tuition and MandatoryFees will cover an additional $25 non-refundable late registration fee if you register after the first day of the session. You can see the ‘How to Pay’ section on the Summer Tuition and Fees site to pay the Late Registration fee.

Winter Courses

Winter courses are also administered through the College of Professional and International Education (CPIE). You should know that CPIE courses actually have a different fee structure than regular session courses. To find out more information about it, you can visit Winter Tuition and Fees information here.

To access the Winter Course, you can visit here.

May Intersession Courses

May Intersession courses are administered through the College of Professional and International Education (CPIE). You should know that CPIE courses actually have a different fee structure than regular session courses. To find out more information about it, you can visit May Tuition and Fees information here.

To access the May Intersession  Course , you can visit here.

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