Application Deadlines for Spring 2020
|Priority Deadline||final Deadline||online application|
|July 1, 2019||November 19, 2019||OPEN|
Complete applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and therefore we encourage students to submit their application and all supplemental materials by the priority deadline. Applying to the program early also facilitates additional time to review any financial aid awards for those who qualify.
Applicants must submit the following 3 items, as applicable. Email email@example.com if you experience any technical issues with your online application. A staff member will contact you to assist you (Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm).
Submit online: Online application, including a one-page (single-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman font) Statement of Purpose (SOP). The SOP must explain the applicant’s undergraduate degree and any related work experience he or she possesses, why the applicant wishes to join the M.S. Assistive Technology Engineering program, and how he or she hopes to benefit from the program.
Additionally, the materials listed below will be required as part of the application. Applicants are given an opportunity to access, complete, and upload the following required documents as part of their online application:
Note that the online application used for the program is a general application used by all programs in the Tseng College. Some of the questions on the application may not be directly applicable to the MSATE program (e.g., questions about transferrable undergraduate units; questions about family income; questions about having an RN license); however, these questions required by the state or federal government. Answering these questions with a “Decline to State” response will not negatively impact your application to this program in any way.
Complete and submit the online Application as soon as possible. Doing so will assure that your application is included in the applicant pool and that Admissions is aware of your application, and can thus appropriately track additional materials as they arrive. Thank you.
Send these items below directly to CSUN:
All items must be received at CSUN by the application deadline date in order to be considered for review.
Send items to the exact address below. Using other CSUN addresses will result in your application not being received at the correct location and can delay the application process thus omitting your application from the pool of complete, on-time applications.
Activate Your CSUN Online Access
You will receive an email from The Tseng College Office of Admissions, Registration and Client Services (ARC) that contains your CSUN User ID/Username, CSUN email address, and CSUN Student ID. If you do not receive this email please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a returning student or reapplying, please use your existing CSUN User ID and password. If you are a new applicant or do not have a CSUN student account, use the information provided in the email to activate your access to myNorthridge Portal and your CSUN e-mail account.
Check your CSUN Email Account and MyNorthridge Student Portal Regularly for Official Communication
You are issued a CSUN email account when you apply to the University. Your CSUN email account serves as your official means for University communication. The University will use it for all communications and you are responsible for monitoring this account. All updates on your application status will be sent to your CSUN email account only.
The MyNorthridge Student Portal is CSUN's official web portal for applicant, admitted and current students. It is designed to provide a wealth of campus resources and services in one central location. The portal is where you can find your student schedule, course contents, unofficial transcript, register for classes, update and access personal and academic records. You are encouraged to become familiar with all the functions of your student portal. You are expected to use your student portal regularly at CSUN.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO APPLICANTS: All communications between CSUN staff/faculty and potential or actual applicants to our programs are treated as part of the overall application processes and may be considered in making appropriate admissions decision to any CSUN program.