Making the Long Beach City College educational experience work better for students includes all of us – whether we work as counselors developing educational plans and exploring career options with students, or as faculty members teaching a class, or as staff members processing purchase orders and keeping the grounds beautiful.
National data indicates that students are taking too many units, spending too much money, which impacts their financial aid, and they are not graduating.
Long Beach City College’s Adult Education program offers short-term personal and professional development courses that are open year-round to members of the community.
To register for adult education courses, you must be an active LBCC student. If you have not enrolled in Long Beach City College please visit the Get Started page for a detailed overview of the enrollment process. Once completed, you may register for any Program of Interests and the courses below.
Long Beach City College’s assessment philosophy embraces the notion that the entire campus contributes to students’ mastery of institutional outcomes and learning outcomes in every course, degree, certificate, and educational pathway. Faculty and staff recognize that student learning requires more than mere memorization of information, and they work to ensure that students utilize their command of learned information to solve problems, demonstrate skills, and think critically.