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Table of Contents Graduate . 3 EEO Statement . 3 Student Grievance and Complaint Procedure . 3 University Profile . 4 Admission . 7 Financial Aid . 10 University Costs . 15 Academic Policies . 19 Academic Programs . 28 Student Affairs . 31 University Governance . 40 Cal Lutheran Graduate Centers . 40 School of Management . 41 The Master of Business Administration (MBA) . 42 Executive Master of Business Administration . 52 The MBA in Financial Planning . 55 Master of Science in Financial Planning . 60 Certificate in Financial Planning . 63 Master of Science in Management . 64 Certficate in Global Supply Management . 65 The Post Graduate Certificate Series . 67 The Master of Science in Quantitative Economics . 69 The Post-MSQE Certificate in Financial Economics and Risk Management . 72 The Master of Science in Information Technology . 72 Certificate in Information Technology, Data Analytics and Cybersecurity . 78 The Master of Public Policy and Administration . 80 Graduate School of Education . 83 Doctorate in Educational Leadership – Ed.D. . 85 Doctorate in Higher Education Leadership – Ed.D. . 88 Master of Arts in Educational Leadership . 92 Master of Science in Counseling and Pupil Personnel Services . 96 Master of Science in Counseling and College Student Personnel . 100 Department of Learning and Teaching . 103 Special Education/Deaf and Hard of Hearing Specialization . 103 Special Education/Mild to Moderate and Moderate to Severe Specializations . 106 Teacher Education . 109 Graduate School of Psychology . 115 Doctorate in Clinical Psychology . 116 Psychology Masters Programs . 124

Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary . 135 Index . 187

California Lutheran University Graduate 2021-2022 3 Graduate EEO Statement California Lutheran University admits qualified students of any race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national or ethnic origin, marital status, disability, medical condition, or veteran status to all of the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the university. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national and ethnic origin, marital status, disability, medical condition, or veteran status in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other university administered programs. California Lutheran University will maintain a policy of non-discrimination for students in compliance with all current and future federal regulations. The information provided in this catalog reflects an accurate picture of California Lutheran University at the time of publication. The university reserves the right to make necessary changes in procedures, policies, calendar, curriculum and costs. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information presented in this catalog. However, all courses, course descriptions, materials, schedules, sequences of courses in programs, instructor designations, curricular degree requirements, methods of instruction, locations of instruction, and fees described herein are subject to change or elimination without notice. This information is provided solely for the convenience of the reader and does not constitute or create a contract between prospective or current students and California Lutheran University. Students should consult the appropriate department, school, or college as well as for any special or temporary rules or requirements imposed by the department, school or college. Admission Office 60 West Olsen Road #1350 Thousand Oaks, CA 91360-2700 805-493-3135 877-CLU-FORU (258-3678) FAX 805-493-3114 E-mail: cluadm@callutheran.edu www.callutheran.edu (http://www.callutheran.edu/) Student Grievance and Complaint Procedures I. Definitions A grievance arises when a student believes, based on established administrative policies and procedures, that he or she has been treated in an arbitrary or capricious manner by a university department or a representative of the university. II. Grievances Covered by This Policy A grievance against a university official arises when a student believes he or she has been treated unfairly by a department or university representative (faculty or staff) acting within their role and duty. A grievance of personal misconduct by a faculty member or other university employee arises when a student believes he or she is the subject of inappropriate behavior outside of the employee’s role and duties within the university. III. Grievances Not Covered by This Policy Include: Grade disputes, academic evaluation disputes and other matters related to a faculty member’s assigned duties. The grievance process for these disputes is found in the Academic Policies section of the University Catalog (p. 15). Sexual Harassment prohibited by Title IX. Title IX prohibits sexual harassment in education programs and activities at universities that receive federal financial assistance. Sexual harassment includes sexual assault, unwelcome conduct, stalking or dating/domestic violence. For reporting information, please contact (805) 493-3630 or titleix@CalLutheran.edu or visit callutheran.edu/titleix (https://www.callutheran.edu/title-ix/). IV. Informal Grievance Resolution Prior to bringing a grievance forward against a university office or representative acting within their role or duty, students are encouraged to attempt a good-faith resolution of the grievance. This attempt may be made with the party directly involved with the disputed matter, or with the head of the department or unit in which the grievance arises. Please note that there are cases when it is appropriate to go directly to the formal grievance resolution process. Attempts at informal resolution should be initiated within 30 days of the incident in dispute. V. Formal Grievance Resolution

4 University Profile Should a situation arise in which a student is unable to resolve his or her grievance informally, the university’s formal grievance process may be employed. This process, outlined below, should also be initiated within 30 days of the failed informal resolution if applicable. Step I A formal grievance is presented by the student in writing to the Provost Office. This written grievance must include the following: Name, address, phone number and email of the person making the grievance; Identification of the office or individual against whom the grievance is brought; A description of the specific university action or individual behavior resulting in this grievance; The date or period of time in which the behavior occurred and the location of the incident; and A listing of all individuals who witnessed any part of the incident in dispute. If a grievance is against the Provost or staff in the Office of the Provost, then the formal grievance is presented by the student in writing to the Vice President for Student Affairs. Step II Upon receipt of the formal grievance, a designee is appointed by the Provost to investigate the dispute. Pertinent data (documents, interviews, etc.) will be gathered by the investigator and the matter will be handled in a timely manner. If the grievance involves a university office or representative acting within their role or duty, the investigator will determine the involvement of pertinent supervisors, department chairs and deans, and present a report to the appropriate department for decision. If the grievance is based on personal misconduct by a faculty member or other university employee, the investigator gathers pertinent information and presents it to either the pertinent dean (faculty complaint) or the Assistant Vice President for Human Resources (staff complaint). Complaint Procedure Students who have a complaint about their educational experience at California Lutheran University, which is not resolved through the above outlined internal University procedures, may contact the following California State agency for assistance. An individual may contact the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education for review of a complaint. The bureau may be contacted at: Address: 2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400 Sacramento, CA 95833 Telephone: (916) 431-6924 FAX: (916) 263-1897 Website: http://www.bppe.ca.gov University Profile Mission Statement California Lutheran University is a diverse scholarly community dedicated to excellence in the liberal arts and professional studies. Rooted in the Lutheran tradition of Christian faith, the university encourages critical inquiry into matters of both faith and reason. The mission of the university is to educate leaders for a global society who are strong in character and judgment, confident in their identity and vocation and committed to service and justice. Academic Excellence California Lutheran University is a selective comprehensive institution offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in the liberal arts and sciences and professional fields. Central to the university’s academic excellence is a dedicated teaching faculty, who come to Cal Lutheran from some of the finest universities in the country. Cal Lutheran offers undergraduate, graduate and professional programs through the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Management, Graduate School of Education, Graduate School of Psychology and Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary (PLTS). The university’s highly regarded graduate programs include doctorates in educational leadership, higher education leadership and clinical psychology, and master’s degrees in business administration, computer science, education, psychology, information systems and technology, economics, and public policy and administration. International programs include a full-time MBA for international students and an MBA in Europe. A number of post-graduate credential and certification programs are also offered. Graduate and certification programs are offered at PLTS.

California Lutheran University Graduate 2021-2022 5 Technology and the Quest for Knowledge Information Technology and Services (ITS) delivers and supports high quality research and information technology tools for the Cal Lutheran community. The MyCLU portal provides a single gateway to many of the online resources available to students. The university supports a mixed platform of Mac and PC computers in several labs on campus. In addition to open computer labs, Cal Lutheran provides wired and wireless network access to students free of charge through CLUnet. All residence halls are equipped with WiFi and wired network connections for student use. CLUWnet provides wireless coverage to all buildings on campus and some outdoor areas. Students can connect their personal computer devices to the wireless network using their personal CLUnet account and password. The Help Desk offers support for CLUnet accounts including scheduling and trouble shooting for wired and wireless hookups. Pearson Library is an integral part of ITS. The professional staff provides reference assistance as well as information literacy instruction for undergraduate and graduate level courses. One-on-one appointments and virtual one-on-one assistance is available, as well as the usual walk-up research and technology usage assistance. Library reference services that include real-time chat service, e-mail reference, and SMS messaging and mobile initiatives provide students with access to information wherever they are, whenever they need it. Items not available in the library can be requested through Interlibrary Loan. The library’s online catalog, OCLC's WMS, provides access to library collections via the Internet, offers a powerful discovery and delivery tool, and student-initiated functions like self renewal of books and placing holds on print resources. For detailed information on ISS and Pearson Library, visit www.callutheran.edu/iss. Prime Locations Cal Lutheran’s main campus is located in the City of Thousand Oaks, situated midway between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. This convenient location puts students within reach of a variety of cultural and recreational experiences, the beach and mountains, airports and the international business community. The university’s proximity to the 101 technology corridor provides a highly skilled workforce the opportunity to pursue bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees near their places of employment. Cal Lutheran has established off-campus centers in Woodland Hills, Westlake Village, Oxnard and Santa Maria to better serve working adults who live in and around Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley, northern Ventura County and the Central Coast. Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary is located in Berkeley. Off-campus Centers For several decades, Cal Lutheran has provided the opportunity to complete graduate and teacher preparation course work in locations convenient to the working adult student. Graduate courses that are offered at the off-campus centers are identical to those offered on the main campus, and the various degree program requirements are also the same. A site coordinator is available at each of the off-campus centers to provide support and assistance to students and faculty. The School of Management offers master's degree programs at the Oxnard, Woodland Hills and Westlake centers as well as online. The Graduate School of Psychology offers master's degrees in counseling and clinical psychology and a doctorate in clinical psychology at the Oxnard Center. The Graduate School of Education offers master's degrees and credential programs at the centers in Oxnard, Woodland Hills and Santa Maria. PLTS offers master's degrees in divinity and theological studies, certification programs in theological studies and theological education for emerging ministries, and doctoral programs through Graduate Theological Union. Woodland Hills Center 5925 Desoto Ave. Woodland Hills, CA 91367 (818) 888-6414 Westlake Center 31416 Agoura Road #110 Westlake Village, CA 91361 Oxnard Center The Palms 2201 Outlet Center Drive, Suite 600 Oxnard, CA 93036 (805) 485-6426

6 University Profile Santa Maria Center 708 S. Miller St. Santa Maria, CA 93454 Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary 2000 Center Street Berkeley, CA 94704 (800) 235-7587 (510) 524-5264 For information regarding offerings at these centers, please consult the Graduate Schedule of Classes published each semester, email clugrad@callutheran.edu or visit www.callutheran.edu/graduate (http://www.callutheran.edu/graduate/). The Thousand Oaks Campus The main campus spans 225 acres set against scenic Mount Clef Ridge in the city of Thousand Oaks. At the heart of the beautifully landscaped campus is Kingsmen Park, surrounded by the university’s academic and residential facilities. Since the turn of the century, the university has added 13 major facilities on the main campus including the Spies-Bornemann Center for Education and Technology in 2002 and the Swenson Center for the Social and Behavioral Sciences in 2010, Cal Lutheran’s first LEED-certified structure. The athletics complex on the north side of campus continues to grow with venues for intercollegiate and intramural sports, exercise science classrooms and laboratories, and athletic and fitness areas. William Rolland Stadium opened in fall 2011 as a venue for football, soccer and intramural matches. The 16,000-square-foot facility also houses the William Rolland Gallery of Fine art. The LEED-certified Ullman Commons, completed in fall 2014, transforms the heart of the campus. The 15 million, 20,000-square-foot environmentally friendly two-level dining commons with adjoining Starbucks coffee bar provides a gathering place for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff and visitors. A new Student Union Building is slated to open by the end of 2015 on the site of the old Dining Commons. The 18,000-square-foot facility will house student life, student government and experiential learning, and expanded areas for student recreation. Cal Lutheran’s strategic plan envisions new facilities for the creative arts, new and renovated science facilities, and new housing for the School of Management. The university focuses on environmental sustainability and responsible building practices in all facilities and operations. History In 1959 the Pederson Ranch, nestled against the rolling hills of the Conejo Valley, began its transformation to today’s dynamic learning community of California Lutheran University. Richard Pederson, the son of Norwegian immigrants, donated his scenic ranch to be used “to cultivate a new crop of fertile, inquiring minds.” The ranch now forms the heart of the Thousand Oaks campus. California Lutheran College welcomed its first students in 1961. The young college’s early commitment to excellence led to its being granted accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) during its first academic year. In 1986 the name was changed from California Lutheran College to California Lutheran University to better reflect its breadth of undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. Educational Objectives As a comprehensive university rooted in the Lutheran tradition, California Lutheran University views liberal learning, professional preparation, and character development as mutually supportive pillars of its educational excellence. The liberal arts establish the essential foundations for defining challenges, integrating perspectives and articulating solutions, all of which comprise the cornerstone of lifelong learning. Professional programs provide the theoretical and practical framework for students to excel in specialized careers. Finally, a Cal Lutheran education must instill in students both the habits of heart and the convictions that will lead them to use their knowledge for service in their immediate communities and in society. With varying degrees of emphasis, these basic elements undergird all of Cal Lutheran’s educational activities. They are delivered to students through academic and co-curricular programs, but also through pedagogical practices and the culture that permeates the campus. The success of our academic and co-curricular programs will ultimately be measured not only by what our students learn in the classroom but also by their success in realizing and pursuing their individual passions. The distinction of a Cal Lutheran education is that its graduates are exceptionally well prepared for meaningful lives directed by a sense of vocation, leadership and service.

California Lutheran University Graduate 2021-2022 7 Accreditations/Affiliations California Lutheran University is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC). The Graduate School of Education is accredited by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) to offer credentials. Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary is accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS). The School of Management is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Cal Lutheran’s program in Financial Planning has been registered with the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Board of Standards Inc. The Graduate School of Psychology is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). The university is a member of the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC), Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), New American Colleges and Universities (NAC&U), American Council on Education (ACE), Alliance for Hispanic Serving Institution Educators (AHSIE), Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), and the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO). California Lutheran University is one of 26 colleges and universities affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), and is a member of the Lutheran Educational Conference of North America (LECNA). The University's intercollegiate athletic programs compete in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC), NCAA Division III. For information regarding WSCUC accreditation, contact: WASC Senior College and University Commission 1001 Marina Village Parkway, Suite 402 Alameda, CA 94501 Phone: (510) 748-9001 Email: wascsr@wascsenior.org Admission Admission to Graduate Study California Lutheran University seeks graduate students who possess qualities of intellect and character which will enable them to benefit from and contribute to a rigorous program of advanced studies. Each applicant is judged on individual merit without regard for race, creed, color, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, disability, medical condition, marital status, or veteran status. An otherwise qualified individual will not be excluded from admission solely by reason of differing physical ability. California Lutheran University maintains a Graduate Admission Office staffed with admission counselors who are available to assist students with graduate admission planning. Prospective graduate students, including those seeking advanced credentials in education, should contact the Graduate Admission Office at (805) 493-3325 or (888) CLU-GRAD for an admission packet and enrollment information or go to www.callutheran.edu/admission/ graduate (http://www.callutheran.edu/admission/graduate/). The decision to admit a student to graduate study is made by the appropriate program director and the graduate admission committee. All persons seeking admission to graduate study will meet with an admission counselor and/or an adviser in the proposed program before a final admission decision is made. Note: Admission decisions are based on the overall consideration of each application. The elective choices, academic major and relative difficulty of undergraduate work are considered. Regular Graduate Standing Admission Requirements Applicants are admitted to regular graduate standing when the following requirements are met: 1. The applicant has completed the bachelor’s (or higher) degree at a regionally accredited college or university. Normally, a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) is required. 2. The applicant has an acceptable score on the Graduate Record Examination or Graduate Management Admission Test, when required. 3. The applicant has completed all prerequisite courses required for the program in which the advanced degree is sought, and has completed all specific departmental or program admission requirements. 4. The applicant’s completed admission portfolio has been reviewed and the applicant has been recommended for acceptance by the program adviser and/or the graduate admission committee. Provisional Acceptance 1. With the approval of an adviser during the interview/advisement process, an applicant may be permitted to enroll in graduate level courses on a provisional basis before all file materials have been received. The candidate must submit an application and application fee along with

8 Admission transcript information prior to enrollment. Students who are eligible for provisional admission must complete all the requirements for admission to regular graduate

California Lutheran University is a selective comprehensive institution offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in the liberal arts and sciences and professional fields. Central to the university's academic excellence is a dedicated teaching faculty, who come to Cal Lutheran from some of the finest universities in the country.

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