Oct 17, 2018  
2018-2019 Cal State East Bay Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Cal State East Bay Catalog

Concord Campus Programs & Services


The Concord Campus

The Concord Campus is a branch campus of Cal State East Bay located at 4700 Ygnacio Valley Road near Clayton, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Pittsburg, and Antioch. The campus is uniquely positioned to serve the educational needs of county residents.

The 386-acre campus includes over 300 acres of open space, community sports fields, and views of Mt. Diablo and the Sacramento Delta. In 2017, the Concord Campus celebrated 25 years of providing public higher education to students and professionals.  Many residents benefit from Cal State East Bay’s presence in the heart of Contra Costa County and enjoy the small class size and intimate educational experiences the Concord Campus provides.

Degree Programs

Functioning primarily as an upper-division and post baccalaureate campus in Contra Costa County, the Concord Campus offers quality educational programs taught by East Bay faculty. Academic degree and credential programs currently offered at the Concord Campus are:

Undergraduate Fields of Study

Note: See the Concord Campus website for the most current majors and programs available.  

Undergraduate degree completion programs with at least upper division coursework that can be completed entirely at Concord include:

  • Business
  • Liberal Studies
  • Nursing
  • Psychology

Upper division courses for the following majors are also offered at the Concord Campus. Students may be required to take additional coursework online or at the Hayward Campus in order to complete their degree program:

  • Criminal Justice
  • Health Sciences
  • Human Development
  • Sociology
Graduate Fields of Study
  • Masters in Educational Leadership

Application and/or registration through either the Hayward or Concord Campus qualifies a student to enroll in courses at both sites. Academic expectations and standards, as well as University policies, are the same at both locations.

  • Masters in Early Childhood Education

Application and/or registration through either the Hayward or Concord Campus qualifies a student to enroll in courses at both sites. Academic expectations and standards, as well as University policies, are the same at both locations.

Credentials
  • Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
  • Single Subject Teaching Credential
Certificate Program 
  • Paralegal Program Certificate
Post Baccalaureate Program
  • Pre-Professional Health Academic Program
Services and Facilities

The Concord Campus promotes student success through a variety of services. These include academic advising on General Education (GE) and graduation requirements, as well as administrative and instructional support services. Students are referred to their departments for major advising.

Instructional support services include advanced computer laboratories, modern smart classrooms, a branch of the University’s Library, student collaboration room, on-site bookstore, outdoor fitness park, student lounge and a free shuttle service between the campus and the Concord BART station.

For assistance, or information on any of these services, call (925) 602-6700 or visit http://www.csueastbay.edu/concord

Click the icon for a map of the Concord Campus Concord Campus Map

Orientation for Concord, International, and Graduate Students

Concord, international, and graduate students may attend other orientations. Contact the following offices to receive information:

  • Concord Students: Contact Concord Transfer Center at cctransfercenter@csueastbay.edu or call (925) 602-6399 to find out more about the Concord Campus Orientation.
  • International Students: Contact the Center for International Education at cie@csueastbay.edu for available orientation information or visit this website: http://www.csueastbay.edu/cie/news/orientation.html
  • Graduate Students: Contact the major department about orientation information that may be offered, as not all graduate programs offer orientation.