Finish What You Started
Welcome to California Coast University! A pioneer in distance learning since its founding in 1973, the University provides degree completion programs designed for students whose geographic, professional, or personal time commitments keep them from completing their education in traditional on-campus programs.
With undergraduate degree programs in Criminal Justice, Business Administration, Marketing, Management, Health Care Administration, Psychology and graduate degree programs in Business Administration, Human Resources, Management, Education and Psychology, the University provides students with the necessary tools, support and guidance to help them complete their degree programs, as rapidly as time and ability.
CCU students do not use student loans or any financial aid! Instead, CCU offers affordable tuition and interest free payment plans of $100 per month!!
If you desire to finish or to further your education, you owe it to yourself to contact us for further information on how California Coast University can help you reach your academic goals.
The Difference Between California Coast University Students and Students Elsewhere
California Coast University's programs are oriented toward the mid-career adult and working professional. Conversely, classroom universities are attracting the 18 to 21-year olds whose life goals and ambitions have yet to be established.
California Coast University is not attempting to compete with such schools as University of Southern California, University of California Irvine, or Stanford. California Coast University students know who they are, know exactly what they want to do and are interested in a challenging and rewarding educational experience. For this reason, they are often more motivated than students at classroom universities. In addition, they gain significant advantages from their professional experience. Not only are they able to draw from the knowledge they have developed throughout their career thus far, but also they may apply earned credit for what they have already learned toward their degree program.