Executive Order (EO) 665: All freshmen are required to complete their developmental requirements (MATH 092/093) and English Stretch requirements within their first year of enrollment. Students who do not meet EO 665 will be required to complete their Math and English requirements at another institution before they can enroll again at CSUN. Please consult with an advisor early, if you experience difficulties meeting this requirement.
If you have met EO 665, please be sure to complete your General Education Basic Skills requirements (Freshman Composition, Critical Thinking, Math, and Oral Communication) as soon as possible. You may also begin enrolling in your lower division business core requirements. An advisor will be able to recommend the right combination of General Education and major requirements considering your individual situation. Please review the Academic Program menu of this website for requirements for your intended major.read more
Students who have completed 56 units and have met the lower division writing requirement will be required to take an essay examination. The UDWPE must be attempted prior to completing 75 units or a registration hold will be placed on your account. Passing the UDWPE is required prior to enrolling in 400-level courses in the major. For more information, please visit www.csun.edu/udwpe.read more
Your junior year is a good time to start exploring internship opportunities and graduate programs. For information on internships, please visit http://merlin.csun.edu/~businter/ . For COBAE graduate program information, please visit http://www.csun.edu/mba/.read more
As a senior, you are getting closer to the finish line. You may apply for graduation once you have completed 90 units (including work-in-progress) or approximately one year prior to your planned graduation date. At least one semester of work must be completed in residence at Cal State Northridge before our office can complete a graduation evaluation. Your application for the Bachelor’s Degree and Diploma initiates the graduation process, participation in Commencement, and receipt of your diploma.read more
The admission criteria for transfer student is earned from regionally accredited college credits after the summer immediately following high school graduation.read more
Students wishing to enter the university with the assistance of EOP must file supplemental documents and materials in addition to the university application. A limited number of students who may not be routinely eligible (but who have demonstrated they have the motivation and potential to matriculate and graduate) are granted exceptional admission consideration.read more
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requires all F-1 and J-1 students to maintain a full course of study every semester. Undergraduate students must enroll in a minimum of 12 units. Graduate students must enroll in a minimum of 8 units. IESC is required to report student enrollment information to the DHS each semester.read more