International Education & Global Engagement


  • The following courses are available for Spring 2020 pre-registration. If you are interested in one or more of these courses, please list them on the top of your Wish List when applying.
     









    Only the courses listed above are available for Spring 2020 pre-registration on a first-come, first-serve basis. For all other courses, registration is based on space availability, instructor approval, department approval and prerequisite verification on the first day of class. Please note that as Study Abroad @ the Beach students are 'visiting students' and degree-seeking students at CSULB receive priority registration. If you need a detailed course description for approval from your home university, please email us at studyatthebeach@csulb.edu.  * NOT ALL CLASSES ARE OFFERED EVERY TERM. Please check the Schedule of Classes for Spring or Fall semester offerings.  
     
    COLLEGE OF THE ARTS COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
    Art History (AH) B M ​Africana Studies (AFRS) B
    ​Dance (DANC) B ​American Indian Studies (AIS) B
    ​Design (DESN) B *100-200 level only ​American Language Institute (ALI) B
    ​Music (MUS) B ​American Sign Lang/Deaf Cultr (ASLD) B
    ​Theatre Arts (THEA) B *100-200 level only ​American Studies (AMST) B
    Arabic (ARAB) B
    ​Asian American Studies (ASAM) B
    COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ​Asian Studies (A/ST) B
    ​College of Business Admin (CBA) B ​Anthropology (ANTH) B M
    ​Finance (FIN) B ​Cambodian (KHMR) B
    ​Human Resource Management (HRM) B ​Chicano & Latino Studies (CHLS) B
    ​Information Systems (I S) B ​Chinese (CHIN) B
    ​Management (MGMT) B ​Classics (CLSC) B
    ​Marketing (MKTG) B ​Communication Studies (COMM) B
    ​Comparative World Literature (CWL) B
    Economics (ECON) B M
    ​COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING ​English (ENGL) B M
    ​Chemical Engineering (CH E) B ​French (FREN) B
    ​Civil Engineering (C E) B ​German (GERM) B
    ​Computer Engr & Computer Sci (CECS) B M Geography (GEOG) B M
    ​Construction Engineering Management (CEM) B ​Greek (GK) B
    ​Engineering (ENGR) B ​Hebrew (HEBW) B
    ​Engineering Technology (E T) B ​History (HIST) B
    ​Mechanical & Aerospace Engr (MAE) B M Human Development (HDEV) B
    International Studies (I/ST) B
    COLLEGE OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES ​Italian (ITAL) B
    ​Child Development & Family Studies (CDFS) B ​Japanese (JAPN) B
    ​Criminal Justice (CRJU) B ​Korean (KOR) B
    ​Fashion Merch & Design (FMD) B *100-200 level only ​​Latin (LAT) B
    ​Hospitality Management (HFHM) B ​Linguistics (LING) B M
    ​Kinesiology (KIN) B ​Philosophy (PHIL) B
    ​Nutrition & Dietetics (NUTR) B ​Political Science (POLS) B
    ​Recreation & Leisure Studies (REC) B M Religious Studies (R/ST) B
    ​Romance Lang & Literatures (RGR) B
    COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCE & MATH ​Russian (RUSS) B
    ​Astronomy (ASTR) B ​Sociology (SOC) B
    ​Mathematics (MATH) B M Spanish (SPAN) B M
    ​Geological Sciences (GEOL) B M ​​Women's Gender & Sexuality (WGSS) B
    ​Physics (PHYS) B
    ​Statistics (STAT) B
       
      

    Restricted Courses

     (Do not put on wish list. Cannot be taken under any circumstances.)

     

    Full Time Status

    All students in the Study Abroad @ the Beach program must be enrolled full-time based on their education level. (Tuition pays for 12 units.) 
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    Relevant Course Suggestions

    Need help selecting more courses for your major? Try looking in other departments! Our office has compiled a list of suggestioned courses that could be relevant to your subject:

     Prerequisites

    A prerequisite is a course that a student must pass before enrolling in the more advanced course. Some departments require that you complete prerequisites prior to registering for their courses. Prerequisites may be found under the course title in the CSULB Catalog or by clicking on the subjects above. Unless you are a first-time university student, please disregard any non-course number prerequisites (ex. GE Foundation, GE Composition, Exploration, placement tests etc.). Prerequisites taken at your home university must be noted and reviewed by a Study Abroad @ the Beach advisor before the first day of school for the following subjects:

    Helpful Hints:

    1. Make sure you have met the prerequisites to enroll in the course. This is needed to make sure you are well prepared and will do well in the course. Some instructors and/or departments require our office to review your transcripts for prerequisite verification.
    2. Check seat availability and if the class is being offered your term via the schedule of classes.
    3. Plan ahead and be flexible! Since you will not know which exact courses will have seats available until the first day of school, have back-up or alternative courses in mind.
    5. If you need detailed CSULB course descriptions to have approved for your home university, please email us at studyatthebeach@csulb.edu