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

Join CSUN Classes through Winter Term and Open University

Open University Matador

(Dec. 3, 2014) - Even if you’re not a CSUN student, you can take CSUN classes during Winter Term. Winter Term features academic-credit classes offered in a compressed format during the break between the Fall and Spring semesters, Dec. 24-Jan. 16. More than a dozen CSUN departments offer a... Read more

SAGE Founder Morris Cutler Dies

(Nov. 10, 2014) - California State University, Northridge and the Tseng College lost a friend, supporter and teacher in the passing of Morris Cutler. The retired educator launched SAGE, a learning-in-retirement organization, through CSUN’s Tseng College 27 years ago. At an age when many... Read more

Los Angeles District Attorney Address Crime at SAGE Forum

Jackie Lacey, Los Angeles County District Attorney

(Nov. 7, 2014) - Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey spoke about the need to increase mental health services to prisoners as a way to reduce crime, at a forum sponsored by SAGE in Woodland Hills. Bloomberg News reports that as of last summer more than 19,000 people were in Los... Read more

Proyecta 100,000 Brings International Students to CSUN

Students from Mexican universities attend orientation at CSUN

(Nov. 3, 2014) - A higher education initiative launched with the support of Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto and President Barack Obama brings 40 university students and professors from throughout Mexico to study English at CSUN starting Nov. 3. “They will have their own English... Read more