University Extended Education (UEE) represents Stanislaus State as a self-support division that offers a diverse range of undergraduate and graduate degrees, professional development courses and certificates, and international education opportunities. Working closely with our campus, community, and international partners, UEE serves the California Central Valley workforce by offering new and innovative pathways for students to achieve success.
UEE programs provide:
- Accredited degrees, certificates and individual classes
- Classes for degree programs taught by existing Stanislaus State faculty
- Classes held at the Turlock campus, Stockton Center, and online
- Flexible class schedules for working professionals
For additional information, call (209) 667-3111 or stop by the office in the Mary Stuart Rogers Building, Suite 180. You may also visit the website at www.csustan.edu/UEE.
Special Session Master's Degree Programs currently offered at Stanislaus State in partnership with selected colleges include:
Bachelor's Degree Completion
Special Session Bachelor's Degree Completion Programs offered in partnership with the College of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences include:
In partnership with the College of Science, UEE offers:
UEE offers a full range of university courses during Summer Session. These classes are open to everyone - current and returning students from Stanislaus State, other colleges and universities, high school, adult learners and members of the community. Classes include general education courses, remedial courses, and high-demand courses. These courses are offered in a variety of formats, including face-to-face, hybrid and online.
UEE offers university courses during a three-week session in January. Classes include general education courses and electives. These courses are provided face-to-face, hybrid and online.
This UEE program opens the doors to university classes for students who are not formally admitted and enrolled in the University. The Open University program serves many purposes: an invitation to try out the University, a resource for those who need a class for personal or professional development, or a second chance for low-GPA students. Students may only enroll on a space-available basis and with the permission of the instructor in any regularly-scheduled course offered by the University. Since enrollment is permitted on a space-available basis, enrollment approval is given on the first day of instruction. If a student wishes to have credit applied toward a degree, a maximum of 24 units is allowable for a baccalaureate degree.
UEE provides an array of online certificate programs for professional development in subjects like business, software development, health care, design and more. Upon successful completion of a program, students may be awarded continuing education units.
For current teachers, UEE offers classes that award the extension credits needed for professional development. These online computer-based instruction courses offer instruction in timely topics by leaders in the education industry.
Organizations planning continuing education courses using their own instructors may contract with UEE to offer extension credit for approved off-campus courses.