CSUN offers most of its online graduate-degree programs through the Tseng College. The university also offers a growing number of online certificate programs that are developed by the Tseng College in collaboration with other CSUN colleges and departments to prepare students for careers or professional advancement in the nation's rapidly expanding healthcare field.
Access to a wide range of online university courses is available through Open University, administered by the Tseng College.
This innovative program prepares working professionals for rewarding careers in enhancing the lives of the growing number of people who rely upon assistive devices.
A master's degree in speech-language pathology (SLP) is the professional, entry-level requirement for employment as a speech-language pathologist.
This certificate program is for those who hold undergraduate degrees in communication disorders and sciences or speech-language pathology and wish to advance their careers without pursuing the CDS-SLP master's degree at this time.
The ELPS program prepares working professionals for leadership roles as educational administrators. Successful completion of the program may qualify graduates to receive the California Preliminary Administrative Services (Tier 1) Credential concurrently with the master's degree.
This online graduate certificate program prepares students to critically analyze, improve and implement effective public policy in public- and private-sector programs and services that focus on the healthcare industry.
CSUN's Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree-completion program in liberal studies is designed for working adults who have completed the first two years (60 semester units) of college and are ready to continue their educations by obtaining not only their B.A. degrees but also the advanced skills and professional habits of mind in demand by today's employers.
CSU Reconnect initiative is designed to provide CSU students who have completed most of their baccalaureate degree before discontinuing study with a fully online pathway for completing the degree. As part of the CSU Reconnect initiative, the CSUN Liberal Studies, Humanities Option, baccalaureate degree completion program is designed to offer considerable flexibility in matching prior course work to a path for timely degree completion.
Nonmatriculated students (those not admitted to a CSUN degree program) may enroll in undergraduate and graduate-level courses offered at CSUN and online during the Fall and Spring semesters, on a space-available basis. A growing number of these courses -- which may not be available or easily accessible elsewhere -- are offered online.
The largest of its kind in California, CSUN's MPA program prepares professionals currently working in the public or nonprofit sectors for local, regional, national and international leadership roles in government or with international organizations.
CSUN's online public policy master's program is the only one in the United States that focuses on urban public policy-making and its implementation in a comparative international context.
CSUN offers certificates of advanced professional development in computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as well as program designed to enable working radiologic technologists to obtain concurrent certificates in both technologies.
CSUN's MSW program emphasizes the critical and creative thinking skills that will prepare graduates to initiate, adapt and evaluate social services interventions appropriate to today's diverse urban populations.
This advanced professional development certificate program prepares those working as speech-language pathology aides to become licensed SLPA assistants through a combination of online instruction and participation in clinical fieldwork.
CSUN's online master's degree program in Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation Management (THRM) equips working adults with the knowledge and skills essential for career success in one of most dynamic sectors of the global economy.