Enrollment: 3 terms per year
Financial Aid: Yes
City: Thousand Oaks
Street: 60 West Olsen Road
Phone: (805) 492-2411
Founded in 1959 as California Lutheran College, the institution has consequently changed its name to California Lutheran University, also known as CLU or Cal Lutheran. The University aims at preparing confident leaders who will be committed to serving the community while following the tradition of Christian principles and faith. CSU represents diverse population and is a scholarly community working towards academic excellence liberal arts and professional studies.
Cal Lutheran has three academic buildings: Thousand Oaks Main Campus, Oxnard Center, and Woodland Hills Center. While numerous undergraduate and graduate degree programs are offered on these campus locations, there are two unique programs offered completely online.
Distance education opportunities include:
• Online MBA in Financial Planning
• Online Certificate in Financial Planning
Both programs are designed to assist professionals working in the financial sphere to keep up with ever-growing market demand and be leaders in there career field. The curriculum of both programs is challenging requiring organized self-study and self-discipline to be completed successfully online. The courses are designed to help students establish personal and professional long-term success, and provide students with all the necessary skills and knowledge to pass the CFP Certification Examination.
Students, who are not interested in pursuing a graduate study degree, may take Certificate courses and benefit from the Financial Planning program curriculum and advantages in a shorter period of time.
California Lutheran University is fully accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
At Cal Lutheran students are encouraged to apply for financial aid and get the most from their education opportunities. The students can choose from the following financial assistance options: scholarships, university and federal grants, low interest student loans, and Federal Work-Study.