CSUDH: A Nationally-Recognized Leader in Distance Learning

The HUX program is proud to be associated with the Center for Mediated Instruction and Distance Learning at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Forbes magazine recognized CSUDH as one of the top 20 "Cyber-Universities" in the nation. CSUDH offered its first distance learning degree in 1974 (the Humanities External M.A. Degree program), and has the largest distance learning program in the CSU system. Dominguez Hills currently offers eight degrees, five certificates, and hundreds of courses available via distance learning. The top 20 schools are listed at: http://distancelearn.about.com/ cs/rankings/a/forbes_top.htm

A Wall Street Journal article (October, 2003) praised the growing reputation of the online M.B.A. program at Cal State Dominguez Hills.

Endorsements of the HUX Program

Bear’s Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning, John B. Bear and Mariah P. Bear (Berkeley, Toronto: Ten Speed Press)

College Degrees by Mail and Internet: 100 Accredited Schools That Offer Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctorates and Law Degrees by Distance Learning, John B. Bear and Mariah Bear (Berkeley, Toronto: Ten Speed Press)

Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine
"Clicking Your Way to an MBA - online classes in continuing education" by Marc L. Schulhof (March, 1999)
Note: In an article written for businessmen and businesswomen, distance-education consultant Vicky Phillips, president of Lifelong Learning lists the HUX program as one of her four recommendations for the article. She liked its reasonable cost and breadth of options. Excerpt: "Online learning lets you log on to top-notch degree programs across the country."
Read the article.

Metropolis Tokyo: Japan’s no. 1 English Magazine
"Get Educated--Distance Degrees: From the Comfort of Home"
Note: This article includes the HUX program in its list of seven recommended distance learning programs. Excerpt: "Living in Tokyo is a steep learning curve, but for many that's not enough. Although the options for higher education are obviously not as abundant for foreigners as they are for Japanese, they do exist. As Debra Pappler reveals, if you have the desire and the dedication, there are numerous means of furthering your education during your stay in Tokyo, be it on campus, in class, online or at home."

Walston's Guide to Christian Distance Learning, 5th Edition. Rick Walston (Xulon Press)

Caution: Some details about the HUX program provided in the links above may be dated or inaccurate at the time you read them. This website contains the most up-to-date and accurate information available.