Welcome to the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics
The College of Choice…
The David Nazarian College of Business and Economics at California State University, Northridge is dedicated to educating the leaders of tomorrow. By offering a challenging curriculum, smaller class sizes, state-of-the-art facilities, and nationally recognized programs, the College offers a truly unique educational experience. Access to prominent alumni and influential business leaders provides students the opportunity to network with and learn from successful individuals. Read More
Meet Ellen and Howard Press
Ellen and Howard Press, both CSUN alumni, have been involved with CSUN and their respective colleges for many years. Together, they recognized the opportunity to have received the high quality, low cost education provided by CSUN and that it was instrumental in their success. As a result, they were inspired to create the Ellen and Howard Press Family Endowed Scholarship, which will provide financial support to Nazarian College and Mike Curb College students who come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and are motivated to change their circumstances. (Read More About Ellen and Howard Press Here.)
When exam time arrives, it’s not uncommon to see students gather in groups in the hallways of CSUN campus buildings or at the Delmar T. Oviatt Library for last-minute cram sessions. Throughout the semester, students may have questions about a quiz or may not understand the homework. Thankfully, peer tutors are there to help.
“Students feel less intimidated asking questions from a peer than asking a professor,” Williams said. “Such self-disclosure can lead to more opportunities for teachers to provide meaningful help.” Read more
The foundation is providing a $50,000 grant to support the Student Consulting program and Bull Ring Competition at CSUN’s David Nazarian College of Business and Economics.
Wurwand credits the CSUN students she met at her on-campus speaking engagement last year with driving the decision to fund the program. “It was actually the single persuading thing in choosing to work with CSUN,” she said. “I was just blown away by the students. I thought, ‘This is the energy, this is the hunger, this is the tenacity that makes successful entrepreneurs.’” Read more
For the second straight year, CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison and Chandra Subramaniam, dean of CSUN’s David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, were recognized in the Los Angeles Business Journal LA500, a list of the city’s most influential people. Read more