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It's Time for Summer Session!

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With graduation photos all over our news feeds, it's hard to start thinking about summer school. But we're putting away the bleachers, collecting leftover mortarboards and preparing our traditional and online classrooms! Summer Session gives you a chance to get ahead in your studies, try out a new field or finish up classes required in your major! And since they're offered in a compressed format, summer classes still give you time for your... Read more

M.S. Taxation Grad Ready to Help Taxpayers

Adam Ohnstad, M.S. Taxation

(May 19, 2016) - Congratulations to Class of 2016 graduate Adam Ohnstad! Adam plowed through the Federal Tax Code, learned about accounting for businesses, studied real estate taxes and reviewed international transactions to earn his Master of Science in Taxation.  Not only did he maintain a high GPA and earn an Outstanding Graduate Student Award nomination, he did it all while battling severe, progressive vision loss. 

L.A. Chamber Honors Tseng College with World Trade Award

Vanessa Andrade, Associate Director, International Programs & Partnerships, Tseng College

(May 3, 2016) - The L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce kicked off World Trade Week with an award to the Tseng College today! The chamber recognized Tseng College programs and their international influence with a World Trade Week Export Achievement Award. 

Online Info Session for M.A. Music Industry Admin Coming Up!

Master of Arts in Music Industry Administration

If you missed the info session for the Master of Arts in Music Industry Administration last week, don't despair! Join us ONLINE May 19, 5 to 6 p.m.! You don't have to leave your house to chat with professors and staff! Whether you want to get into managing, marketing, licensing, producing or promoting music, find out how this degree can help you! Get all your questions answered!

Learn About Patent and Trademark Protection at Seminar

Robert Hamilton, Ph.D.

Get info on protecting your inventions and dealing with "patent trolls" at a free seminar May 10! The Alumni Association and LACI@CSUN teamed up to sponsor the Breakthrough Breakfast Series event as a free service to the business community. Speaker Robert Hamilton, Ph.D. will explain how to protect your designs and creations and build your business! Come with your questions ready! Topic: “Intellectual Property – Necessary Evil or Just Evil”.... Read more

Come to M.A. Music Industry Administration Info Session!

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Find out about careers in the business side of the music industry at an information session for the Master of Arts in Music Industry Administration!  The College of Arts, Media and Communication and the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics team up to give you tools to survive in this competitive field! Recorded music revenue reached $15 billion worldwide in 2015. Learn how to master the business and networking side of this complex... Read more

Dr. Ellie Kazemi Takes Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to China

Tianai Children Autism Center Changzhou

(April 6, 2016) - As director of the Master of Science in Applied Behavioral Analysis, Dr. Ellie Kazemi knows the importance of providing effective therapy to help children with autism spectrum disorder. Autism Speaks reports that 1 in 68 children will be diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, and the figures are growing.

CSUN at Clinton Global Initiative University

Jesse Knepper, Nicole Wilson

(March 30, 2016) - A dozen CSUN reps head out to the Clinton Global Initiative University conference April 1-3, with two Tseng College staff taking part! Nicole Wilson, assistant to the associate dean, and program manager Jesse Knepper can’t wait to present their proposal. They developed a plan to help underrepresented college students conquer math with tutoring and mentoring.

International Programs and Partnerships News | Spring 2016

We invite your students to spend the summer with us, on campus or online! All Summer Session courses are open to international students without formal application to the university. We offer over 600 university credit courses to choose from in a variety of subjects. Summer session consists of 6-week and 12-week sessions, beginning in either May or July. Online registration opens April 6.