Please read these FAQs to learn more about CSUN Nazarian MBA program.
MBA Frequently Asked Questions
What Kind Of Master's Program Do You Offer?
We have an MBA (Masters in Business Administration). This is an Evening MBA program only with classes held once a night each week from 7:00 to 10:00 P.M. Classes are offered Monday through Thursday, with an exception of a few Saturday meetings for some classes. All courses are taught on-campus; there are no online classes.
Do You Have A Master's In Any Field Other Than Business Administration?
In addition to the MBA, we also offer the Graduate Certificate In Business Administration "Pre-MBA", Master of Science in Accountancy and the Master of Science in Taxation. Please contact our office for more information.
What Are The Applications Deadlines?
We accept applications for the fall and spring semesters. Click here to view the university's academic calendar. Our fall application deadline is May 1st and the spring deadline is Oct 1st.
Can I Waive The GMAT/GRE?
No, all applicants are required to take the GMAT/GRE. However, applicants who pursue the “pre-MBA” Certificate program, and earn a grade of "B" or better in each course in the Certificate, may be admitted to the MBA degree program based upon this demonstrated performance. Additional information about this program can be found at http://tsengcollege.csun.edu/programs/GCBA.
How long will it take to complete the CSUN MBA program?
This depends on the number of classes you may be required to take. The MBA program is made up of 33-36 units/11-12 classes if you have an undergraduate degree in Business and 48-51 units/16-17 classes if you do not have an undergraduate degree in Business. On average, students who enroll in 2 classes per semester, including summer, complete the program in 21/2 years.
Do You Offer Summer And Winter Classes
MBA courses are offered over the summer classes; however, classes are not offered during the winter session.
Do you require prerequisite courses for the MBA program?
We do not require prerequisite courses to qualify for the MBA program. If you have a bachelor’s degree in Business from an accredited school, the Foundation courses may be waived. If you have a bachelor’s degree in a field other than Business, you will be required to take the Foundation courses.