Long Beach Unified School District
- Introduction to Racial and Ethnic Studies
- African American History to 1865
- Contemporary Issues in Asian America
- Latina/o Cultural Identity
Now accepting registration for the Spring 2022 semester! Click here to attend one of our Registration Sessions and learn how to register in an Ethnic Studies class offered at your school district. Registration closes Monday, February 7 at 9:00pm.
Please note: Ethnic Studies Initiative classes will return to in-person classroom learning for the Spring 2022 semester (February 19 - May 14, 2022).
Since 2015, the College of Liberal Arts and College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPaCE) at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) has offered select Ethnic Studies courses to high school students.
These dual-enrollment courses give high school students valuable credits for both high school and college—for free—to all students who are interested. The credit earned in CSULB Ethnic Studies courses is not only worth its equivalent university-level cost, but is also transferable to most institutions a student chooses to attend, subject to each institution's transfer policies.
Ethnic Studies courses are currently offered to promising high school students, as approved by their campus counselor, for Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD), Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District (NLMUSD), Paramount Unified School District (PUSD), and Port of Los Angeles High School (POLAHS).
High school students who are:
CSULB faculty will work with each student and their individual needs, with the goal of student success.
*First day of class held ONLINE on Saturday, February 12
**All classes held on Saturdays