CLU center to open
The public is invited to celebrate the opening of California Lutheran University’s Oxnard Center at a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 14 in The Palms at 2201 Outlet Center Drive, No. 600.
Renovations have resulted in an expanded center with 4,700 square feet of additional space. There are four additional classrooms, larger classrooms and a bigger conference room with full media and information technology services.
The expansion allowed CLU to add new areas of study to its Adult Degree Evening Program this fall. Students can now earn an accelerated bachelor’s in psychology and a minor in psychology at the Oxnard Center.
The West Ventura County center also provides an organizational leadership program. The expansion allowed CLU to begin offering a master’s in counseling psychology with a marital and family therapy emphasis in Oxnard.
The satellite also offers master’s degrees in public policy and administration, counseling psychology, business administration, education, curriculum and instruction and educational leadership. Students can earn preliminary, single-subject, multiple-subject and special-education credentials through the center.