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

Speaker Explains How Small Businesses Can Get Federal Grants

Marie Talnack, Ph.D.

(January 15, 2015) - Small businesses and entrepreneurs have a better chance of getting federal grants for research and product development if they clearly describe their business plan and partner with universities, according to Marie Talnack, director of the technology transfer and... Read more

LACI@CSUN Hosts Research Funding Presentation

Marie Talnack, Ph.D., director of technology transfer and industry clinic, Cal Poly Pomona

(Jan. 6, 2015) - Business people, academicians and anyone wanting to learn about funding research are invited to a presentation Jan. 15 on campus, "How to Win Federal Research Grants." LACI@CSUN, a business development advising center recently established on campus, hosts the event in... Read more

Speaker Emphasizes Importance of Learning How to Think

Dale Deardorff, director of innovation and strategic thinking, Rocky Peak Leadership Center

(Dec. 18, 2014) - Educators should teach people not what to think but how to think, said guest speaker Dale Deardorff of the Rocky Peak Leadership Center, at a presentation at California State University, Northridge. CSUN’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies and LACI@CSUN hosted the... Read more

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 and the Spring semester. 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... Read more