College of Education
The Superintendent License may be added to the valid Professional Teacher License for an individual who holds a Principle or Administrative Specialist License and may be valid for teaching in the areas designated in the license for supervising programs for ages three through 21 and pre-kindergarten through grade 12 or for administrative duties in a school system.
- Accelerated Superintendent Licensure Program is an accelerated Superintendent License Program which can be successfully completed within one-academic year
Monte Ahuja College of Business
The Monte Ahuja College of Business Administration offers a world-class MBA degree. All of our programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the hallmark of quality in management education worldwide.
We offer a variety of programs, including full and part-time programs, with flexibility to accommodate your work schedule and your lifestyle.
- Starting Fall 2014! Master of Business Administration. For more information click here
Continuing Education/ Professional Development
Cleveland State University enjoys a long history of extending educational opportunities to the local community and beyond. Our programs are open to anyone wishing to gain personal knowledge or pursue further training for professional development. Continuing Education at CSU offers courses designed to meet your specific educational needs. Our portfolio of courses includes languages, business, computer and technology, social work, counseling, emergency preparedness and much more. Click on the any of the links below to read about our classes, programs and certificates. We can also partners with companies to create customized training solutions to enhance the performance of teams in the workplace.
Take a non-credit class to upgrade your skills, or achieve a lifelong goal. CSU has exceptional staff to help you find exactly what you are looking for and answer all of your questions.
- College of Business - Professional Development
- College of Education - Training & Development for additional information about the classes offered at the West Center click here
The Project 60 Program enables any Ohio resident, age 60 or older, to enroll in classes at Cleveland State University on a tuition-free, academic space-available basis.
For more information on the Project 60 program, click here
Project 60 In-Person Help Day
Date: Friday, January 9, 2015
Locations: First Floor Computer Lab (LCLC lab), Michael Schwartz Library, 2121 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44115 OR
CSU West Center, 26202 Detroit Ave. Westlake, Ohio 44145
Students will learn to log-in to CampusNet to search and register for courses.