International students can come to Stan State to study for either
a semester or a year of undergraduate or one semester of graduate
coursework. Classes are for credit, and students will receive a
Stan State transcript upon completion.
How does it work?
You may enroll for classes that have open seats during your
registration period. You must meet all the prerequisites
listed for the course. This is a perfect opportunity to
take classes in your area of study or to take classes in other
areas of interest or professional development.
You may also select courses within thematic areas. Our
sustainability opportunity is detailed below. Other
opportunities for special focus include criminal justice and law,
media and creative arts, culture, the American mosaic, TESOL,
California, and communication & marketing.
Contact us for more information on these areas.
Sustainability in Practice
Have a desire to deepen your understanding of all facets of the
concept sustainability? Interested in participating in
community engagement in the place where you are studying to make
positive impacts on sustainability? Join us in exploring
the United Nations’
Sustainable Development Goals as we seek to live them out in
practical ways in our community through service and
Available at undergraduate and graduate levels.
BIOL 2650 – Environmental Biology
SOCL 3430 – Population, Resources, and the American Future
AGST 4080 – Sustainable Agriculture
GEOG 2350 – Water and Power
AGST 4050 – Sustainable Vegetable Production
GEND 4220 – Gender, Environment and Sustainability
AGST 3000 – Agriculture, Society, and the Natural World
GEOG 4050 – Restorative Human Ecology
GEOG 4760 – Environmental History of the Central Valley and