The College of Extended Education and International Programs (EEIP) represents the California State University, Monterey Bay as a self-supported interdisciplinary college that aims to foster a more global and interconnected campus by strategically partnering with university, community, educational, business, and international allies.
The college broadens access to academic programs and educational resources to regional, national, and international audiences by offering a diverse range of undergraduate and graduate degrees, professional development courses and certificates, and a breadth of international education programs.
Through our For-Credit Academic office, Extended Education offers multi-modal academic degree and certificate programs, extending the academic offerings of the greater university in a flexible and dynamic way, thanks to the its financially self-supported model.
Through our Professional Development office, Extended Education works to make learning opportunities available to meet the needs of working and retired adults, as well as non-matriculated students of all ages. Students can take courses on campus, online, or at local partnership facilities at any time of the year in order for personal enrichment or to earn certificates, continuing education units, and/or professional development units.
Through EEIP’s international outreach efforts, CSUMB enjoys a large population of international students who are deeply integrated into campus life for periods ranging from 3-week American Language and Culture Programs to multi-year undergraduate and graduate degrees, and everything in between. EEIP’s reach expands across 6 continents in more than 50 countries. In addition, domestic CSUMB students are sent abroad each semester and summer to study and absorb other cultures, bringing back to the campus an enriched understanding of global affairs.
EEIP is unique from other academic colleges because it is interdisciplinary, multi-modal, and is not bound by specific subject areas. Its growth can and does happen in nearly every direction, and depends greatly on solid partnerships formed at the local and global levels. This dedication to collaboration is felt in all programs offered by EEIP and puts the college at an advantage in its ability to swiftly and effectively lead the university into new and innovative territories.
With the help of Extended Education and International Programs, the university is continually developing new courses and programs to serve the needs of CSUMB students and community members.Learn More
Chuck Gonzalez, Interim Dean
As interim dean of the College of Extended Education and International Programs (EEIP) at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB), Chuck Gonzalez oversees all activities related to continuing education, international engagement, and self-support degree and certificate programs.
Alexandra Treitman, Administrative Support Coordinator
Interim Dean of the College of Extended Education
100 Campus Center, University Corporation Building (201), Room 201 Seaside, CA 93955
Assistant to the Dean, Administrative Program Support
Executive Director of International Programs