Special Session

Academic Offerings

Cal Poly’s Extended, Professional and Continuing Education (EPaCE) Program expands the opportunities for students at the CSU. Educational programs and workshops are available to fulfill credit, and are available during the summer. The courses offered range from life and experience classes to math and science.

Advanced Human Gross Anatomy

BIO S411

The application for summer 2024 is now closed.

Participating students will have the unique Learn-by-Doing opportunity to learn and perform human cadaver dissection, and complete an advanced study of regional human anatomy.

During this “First Patient” experience, students will be trained in willed-body donation ethics and laboratory safety, engage in clinical context discussions, and learn skillful dissections under the guidance of a licensed medical professional. Students will perform a whole-body dissection that includes the musculo-skeletal and nervous tissues, vasculature, and viscera of body regions including: head, neck, torso, extremities, and body cavities.

Leonardo DaVinci

The deadline to apply has been extended to April 7, 2023.

Virtual Info Session Recording

BIO S411 Application

Check back in mid-to-late October for information about Summer 2024.


Contact Extended, Professional and Continuing Education (EPaCE) with questions about registration, payment, or due dates at extended@calpoly.edu.
Contact the Financial Aid Office with financial aid questions at financialaid@calpoly.edu.
For other program-related information, contact your instructor directly.

Business Internship/ Cooperative Education

BUS S430

Work experience in business, industry, government, and other areas of student career interest. Periodic written progress reports, final report, and evaluation by work supervisor required. 

Business Professionalism and Career Readiness

BUS S206

Career development, personal branding, and internship preparation, with a focus on interpersonal communication, resume, cover letter, and interviewing skills. Career exploration for future concentration selection, including the formulation of a college leadership and career development plan. 

This course is for conditionally admitted OCOB transfer students

Sensory Evaluation of Wine


Evaluation of wines using the techniques in sensory evaluation. Difference and rating tests; descriptive analysis and pairing of wine and food.

*Note that Students must show valid government issued ID on the first day of class.

WVIT majors 18-20 years of age must practice 'sip and spit'. Non-WVIT majors must be at least 21 years of age to enroll.

This course consists of a 3-unit lecture and 1-unit laboratory.

Contact Kristi Oberg at koberg01@calpoly.edu for information.