CSUEB continuing education open house was a success
- September 15, 2012 5:00am
The Division of Continuing and International Education (DCIE) held their annual open house on Thursday, September 6 at the Oakland Center Campus. Representatives from every program offered by DCIE were present to answer questions of prospective and current students. Presentations were made for various programs, including the new Green Business Management certificate and Criminal Justice certificate programs, which are slated to start in the fall and winter respectively.
The low sound of chatter escaped the main room where attendees snacked on snacks and spoke to program coordinators about various programs. In comparison to previous years, coordinators and staff noted that this year's attendees were more focused with the information they sought out.
DCIE takes its commitment to students seriously. Program coordinators are available to answer your questions via e-mail or telephone. Please visit the main DCIE Web site to learn more about a program of interest or to be able to contact a coorindator.
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