Graduate, International and Midcareer Education

The Tseng College creates and delivers innovative programs that provide access to CSUN's distinguished scholarship and teaching for midcareer professionals, regional employers, international students and the community.

The college specializes in developing graduate-degree and certificate programs that prepare midcareer adults for advancement in rapidly growing fields, and its international English-language and college-preparation program for foreign students is among the nation's largest.

News & Events

International Programs and Partnership News | Summer 2015

It’s a Wrap! Both our Semester at CSUN and IEP terms came to a close in May. The IPP team hosted a party for each program to celebrate the success of our wonderful students, the friendships they have made and the memories that will last a lifetime. The SAC end of term party was held at Acapulco... Read more

Assistive Technology Degree Serves People with Disabilities

View of the prosthetic legs with people cheering in front

(June 9, 2015) - Developments in assistive technology give hope to those suffering with disabilities, whether from accidents, physical conditions or combat. A push is on to help disabled veterans through a new VA Innovation Creation Series that seeks public submission of designs that the... Read more

LACI@CSUN Speaker Gives Advice to Succeed as Business Leader

Jim Goodrich, Ph.D.

(May 21, 2015) - Business schools teach about efficiency, funding and systems, but they need to shift their focus to the importance of creativity, according to the dean of the College of Business and Economics at California State University, Los Angeles.  “What we do not teach is how to be... Read more

Business Expert to Advise on Advancing into Leadership

Jim Goodrich, Ph.D.

Join us May 21 at California State University, Northridge for our LACI@CSUN CEO Speaker Series featuring Jim Goodrich, Ph.D., who leads a presentation on moving up to leadership positions. “So You Wanna Be a CEO” will give entrepreneurs direction and ideas about the mindset, skills and habits... Read more

Visiting Student Performs in Latin Rhythms Band

Karen Tauil and her band entertain students on campus

(April 27, 2015) - Between studying nutrition and navigating through American university life, Brazilian student Karen Tauil has also discovered a new outlet for her passion while at CSUN: singing in a Latin band. Tauil traveled from Brazil to CSUN as part of Brazil's Scientific Mobility... Read more