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
Emily Serebryany ’94 (Accounting) has some words of wisdom to share with CSUN’s aspiring entrepreneurs: Success lies in trying new ideas, and failure is the risk of trying.
To support CSUN’s innovators and risk takers, Serebryany recently made a $50,000 gift to establish the Emily Serebryany Leadership Fund in Entrepreneurship in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics. The fund is open to all full-time CSUN students who have creative ideas and dream of starting their own businesses.
“With this fund, I hope to support students who have the dreams and courage to venture out on their own and start their own companies,” she said. “It is also my hope that students with backgrounds similar to mine will apply: first-generation immigrants and women. I want to help them succeed.” Read more.
The David Nazarian College of Business and Economics was recently named a Top 5 “Career Ready” Business School by SkillSurvey, where students were rated by supervisors on 30 behaviors tied to eight National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) competencies. Read more
Through the “Professor for a Day” program, Rabuchin returned to CSUN this fall to share his journey as a successful businessman and now Amazon Web Services vice president for worldwide revenue operation. Read more
After the pharmaceutical company Mylan acquired the rights to distribute EpiPens in 2007, the cost for a two-pack of the injectors that deliver livesaving medication to someone experiencing a severe allergic reaction rose by 500 percent. Read more