Academics & Studying
California State University East Bay is recognized for its excellent academic programs for undergraduate, graduate, certificate and credential education. Courses are offered at campuses in Hayward, Concord and Oakland, California and also on the Internet.
There are many excellent programs available to undergraduates, graduate students, and those seeking professional certificates and credentials. Courses are taught in the classroom, online, and in hybrid courses.
Fully online courses available from other CSU campuses
Full-time students enrolled at any CSU campus have access to fully online courses at other CSU campuses through the Course Match Program. Credit earned at the CSU campus offering the online course is automatically reported to your home campus and is included on your transcript. Before enrolling in an online course at another CSU, consult with your academic adviser to determine how the course may apply to your degree requirements. Find out more at calstate.edu/concurrent.
Fields of Study
Choose from over 100 majors and minors, and other programs in the following lists:
Online Degrees and Courses
Other Useful Links
Use these links to become familiar with the requirements of your degree program:
General Education Requirements
University Writing Skills Requirement
Freshman Learning Communities
To help you choose your classes, select a major, or discuss your academic standing, see the Academic Advising page. Visit the Academic Programs site for complete descriptions of courses, majors and degree offerings.
Discover the many programs available to help you succeed academically at Cal State East Bay. Visit the Academic Support site. The Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA) offers drop-in tutoring, online tutoring and workshops.