Guide to distance learning programs and schools in California.
http://learn.berkeley.edu/ UC Berkeley offers an extension online with courses to fit your needs. They offer professional development, personal growth, academic credit, and corporate training.
http://dlp.engineering.ucdavis.edu/ UC Davis College of Engineering has a distance learning program that broadcasts classes over the Internet for full time professional engineers. The master’s degree program takes about 3 years while the doctoral degree program usually takes 5 to 6 years to complete online.
http://dominguezonline.csudh.edu/ is the website for California State University Dominguez Hills, which is the largest distance learning program in CA. It offers students the opportunity to earn 10 difference academic degrees and 7 different certificates without ever going to a physical campus.
http://www.calcoast.edu/ is home to California Coast University, a pioneer in distance learning dating back to its founding in 1973. They offer undergraduate degree completion programs in business administration, management, psychology, health care administration, and criminal justice. They also offer grad degree programs in business administration, management, education, and psychology.
http://www.cpu.edu/ is the website for California Pacific University. Cal-Pacific students utilize distance learning programs for adults in the business and management fields.
http://www.marin.cc.ca.us/distance/ The College of Marin uses the latest technology to help students realize their educational goals. They offer web based courses and televised courses in a variety of fields.
http://distance.deanza.edu/ Deanza College has a Distance Learning Center in the Silicon Valley / San Francisco Bay area. They offer classes by cable tv, online, videoconferencing, and mixed media.
http://www.cdlponline.org/ is home to the California Distance Learning Project. It is no longer an active project, but its purpose was to help expand learner access to adult basic education services in California. Many parts of the website have remained online for free teaching tools.
http://www.cdlhn.com/ is for the California Distance Learning Health Network. It uses the latest broadcasting technology to bring educational opportunities to healthcare workers around the state, country, and world. It begain in 1995 as a collaboration between four schools.