The year 1952 saw the establishment of California State University, Northridge, through a state proposal requiring a satellite campus for Los Angeles State College. The school, located in the San Fernando Valley, separated from Los Angeles State College and was renamed San Fernando State Valley College. It was later renamed California State University, Northridge in June 1972.
California State University, Northridge (CSUN) is the 3rd largest university in the California State System and the 4th largest in the whole of California. CSUN offers bachelor’s, master’s degrees and a doctoral degree in educational leadership which can be taken on-campus or online through CSUN’s open university, and three Master’s programs that are only offered online: Master in Communications Disorders and Sciences; Master in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies; and Master in Knowledge Management, through Tseng College, the University’s distance education arm.
Tuition are program specific. Tuition does not include books and miscellaneous fees and may change without prior notice. Financial aid, in the form of student loans, study grants and scholarships are available to qualified students. Contact the University’s Financial Aid Office for scholarship opportunities.
Admission requirements and procedures are course-specific and information can be requested from the University’s Admissions Office. CSUN’s courses are accredited by numerous agencies and associations including but not limited to the National council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, California State Board of Education, and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (an accrediting body recognized by the Council of Higher Education and Accreditation).
For more information on admissions, college majors, degrees offered, online programs, classes, school rankings, reviews, tuition, scholarships and financial aid options, please contact California State University, Northridge.