News and Events from the Tseng College

Deming Conference Offers Transforming Ideas

(Oct. 13, 2014) - California State University, Northridge’s Tseng College looks forward to the annual Innovation for Success Conference Oct. 17-19 at the Airtel Plaza Hotel in Van Nuys. The W. Edwards Deming Institute collaborates with CSUN for the conference, with presenters including Harry Hellenbrand, CSUN provost and vice president of academic affairs; and representatives of government agencies and businesses. “The Deming... Read more

Spring 2015 Application Deadline for GCBA Comes Up Nov. 1

(Oct. 9, 2014) - Those managing a business, thinking about entering an MBA program or who want to enter a field that requires business management knowledge may apply for the Spring 2015 Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (GCBA) program by Nov. 1. CSUN’s David Nazarian College of Business and Administration offers the program in collaboration with the Tseng College to provide graduate-level business classes to students with... Read more

Winter Term at CSUN

The community is invited to register for Winter Term 2015, with about 30 classes offered at CSUN during the break between the Fall and Spring semesters. About 10 departments will offer academic-credit classes during Winter Term, which has two separate components: Dec. 24, 2014-Jan. 14, 2015; and Jan. 2-16, 2015. The Tseng College administers Winter Term for the university, which features classes that include Asian-American studies, business,... Read more

VICA Conference Offers Economic Projections for Valley

Julia Potter, Tseng College Employer and Partner Programs and Services at the VICA conference.

(Oct. 3, 2014) - Housing has regained much of its value lost during the recession, noted William Roberts of the San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center at the VICA annual Business Forecast Conference held in Burbank. Dr. Roberts made his remarks as keynote breakfast speaker at the event, which   California State University, Northridge helped sponsor.  Several hundred attendees from business, industry, agencies and organizations... Read more

Tseng College Takes Part in Business Conference

The Tseng College represents California State University, Northridge at the Annual VICA Business Forecast Conference Oct. 3. The event draws businesses, agencies and public officials together to discuss the local economy and its direction in the near future. CSUN helps sponsor the event, which includes presentations by CSUN economics professor William Roberts, Ph.D. Panelists will talk about the state’s regulatory environment, transportation,... Read more

Students Get Information about Master of Social Work

Amy Levin, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Social Work

(Sept. 22, 2014) - Nearly 100 students packed into Sierra Hall’s Whitsett Room to learn how CSUN’s Master of Social Work prepares them for careers helping others. “We have an urban, family practice approach,” said Amy Levin, professor of social work and chair of CSUN’s Department of Social Work. “You will be able to work just about anywhere. We give you a broad education.” Students will get ready to work with individuals and families in... Read more

Tseng College Organizes CleanTech LA Event at CSUN

Hollywood Electrics displayed electric motorcycles at the Valley Performing Arts Center as part of the CleanTech LA event.

(Sept. 16, 2014) - The Tseng College hosted a reception to celebrate a new initiative that connects the research and knowledge of CSUN with CleanTech LA. The event included business displays as well as presentations by university and local officials to highlight the campus collaboration. CleanTech LA serves as a nonprofit hub for a coalition of education and business entities dedicated to "clean energy" for the Greater Los Angeles area... Read more

Constitution Day Celebrated with Seminar on Political Parties

Community members gathered for CSUN's U.S. Constitution Day presentation Sept. 13.

(Sept. 13, 2014) - Political parties had a rancorous start dating to the late 18th century, with courts at times affirming and at times limiting their behavior, noted two professors at the annual U.S. Constitution Day forum at CSUN Sept. 13. The Tseng College hosted “The Constitution and Political Parties: Burden or Boon?” in honor of U.S. Constitution Day. “The generation of the Founding Fathers did not want political parties,” said... Read more

Educational Administration Program Honored

Joyce Feucht-Haviar, University Senior International Officer and Dean of the Tseng College

(Sept. 2, 2014) -, a national college and university resource guide, named CSUN’s Master of Arts in Educational Administration in its “25 Best Online Master’s in Educational Administration Degree Programs” throughout the country in 2014. CSUN ranks 11th on the list. Criteria for rankings include academic excellence, courses, faculty, and program reputation, according to Wayne Downs, managing editor of TheBestSchools.... Read more

Semester at CSUN Students Get Ready for Fall

Semester at CSUN students line up for orientation at CSUN's Noski Auditorium.

(Aug. 21, 2014) - The Tseng College welcomed about 175 students from around the world today in the Semester at CSUN program, with an orientation about the campus the local area. “The campus is lively with a strong community and activities,” said Vanessa Andrade, international programs and outreach manager for the Tseng College’s Intensive English and University Pathways Programs (IEUP). “More than 90 different nationalities attend. It... Read more