Extended Education & International Programs
The College of Extended Education and International Programs supports and extends the University’s mission by offering unique, accessible, and valuable educational opportunities to the local and global public.
EEIP strives to grow and amplify the university’s positive impact, both locally and globally, through innovative academic and professional development programming, substantive community engagement, and effective international collaboration.
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. It does so by strategically partnering with university, community, educational, business, and international allies.
The college broadens academic access to regional, national, and international audiences by offering a diverse range of undergraduate and graduate degrees, professional development courses, and a wide array of international education programs.
Extended Education offers diverse academic degree and certificate programs, extending the academic offerings of the university in a flexible and dynamic way, thanks to its financially self-supported model.
The college also works to meet the educational needs of working and retired adults, and non-matriculated students of all ages. Students can take courses on campus, online, or at local partnership facilities year-round to earn certificates and/or continuing education units.Learn More
The International Programs office serves the university and international community by providing support services to a large population of international students and scholars. International students are fully integrated into campus life through a variety of programs, including short-term English language programs, semester- and year-long study abroad, and full degree options.
In addition, International Programs facilitates international education opportunities to CSUMB students and faculty, promoting an enriched understanding of global affairs and ideas throughout the university. EEIP’s reach expands across 6 continents in more than 50 countries, engaging global partners to accomplish CSUMB's institutional objectives and realize its global potential.Learn more
Chuck Gonzalez, Executive Director of Extended Education Programs
As Executive Director of Extended Education Programs at CSUMB, Chuck Gonzalez oversees all activities related to continuing education, self-support degrees, and certificate programs.
Claudia Carter, Director of Extended Education Programs
Ida Mansourian, Associate Dean of International Programs
As Associate Dean of International Programs at CSUMB, Ida oversees all activities related to international education, both on campus and abroad.
Rebecca Brown, Associate Director International Programs (Outbound Programs Director)
Brian Childs, Director of International Student & Scholar Services (Inbound Programs Director)
- Computer Science B.S. (a fully online degree completion program)
- Nursing B.S.N (an ADN/RN to BSN degree completion program)
- Business Administration M.B.A. (fully online)
- Instructional Science and Technology M.S. (fully online)
- Physician Assistant, M.S.
- Instructional Science & Technology Certificate
- Science Illustration Certificate
- Summer Session
- Winter Session
- Open University
- Degree Programs
- Summer/Semester/Year at CSUMB
- American Language and Culture Program
- Education Abroad
100 Campus Center
Gavilan Hall (201), Suites 201, 207, and 209
Seaside, CA 93955
Chuck Gonzalez, Executive Director of Extended Education Programs: 831-582-3796
Claudia Carter, Director Extended Education Programs: 831-582-3789
Alexandra Treitman, Assistant to the Director, Administrative Program Support: 831-582-3785
Ida Mansourian, Associate Dean of International Programs: 831-582-4492
Rebecca Brown, Associate Director of International Programs (Outbound Programs Director): 831-582-4303
Brian Childs, Director of International Student & Scholar Services (Inbound Programs Director): 831-582-4408
Mark Lasnik, Assistant to the Associate Dean, Administrative Program Support: 831-582-4789