What will I learn?

The program focuses on developing skills for problem solving, critical thinking, communication and the use of constantly changing technology. These skills are needed to deal with a variety of decisions made by managers in manufacturing, service and public organizations. These encompass strategic long-range decisions (such as product, service and process design, facility location and capacity planning), as well as operational decisions (such as project management, operations planning and scheduling, quality assurance, purchasing and inventory).

Business Majors

All Business majors share 27 units of common lower division core courses and 19 units of common upper division core courses.

Student Learning Outcomes

The Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for the B.S. in Business Administration are designed to demonstrate student understanding and ability in the following: Written and Oral Communication, Problem Solving and Critical Thinking, Ethics and Social Responsibility, Global Context of Business, the Cross-Functional Nature of Business, Key Business Concepts and Effective Teamwork.

Additional SLOs for the Option in Systems and Operations Management include: Understand the role of operations management in business, including operations management strategies, quality management, productivity improvement, and operations planning and control; Analyze and solve operations management problems using techniques and tools such as forecasting, control charts, project management, inventory control and decision support systems; Develop effective communication skills as related to the analysis and interpretation of systems and operations management problems.

Which department am I in?

David Nazarian College of Business and Economics

Study options

Full Time (120 credit hours)

Tuition fees
US$7,038.00 per year
Tuition and fees: USD $3,519 for seven or more units per semester plus USD $396 per unit

*Price shown is for indicative purposes, please check with institution

Application deadline

31 October 2021

Start date

19 January 2022, 24 August 2022

Venue

David Nazarian College of Business and Economics

Bookstein Hall, Room 3105,

18111 Nordhoff Street,

NORTHRIDGE,

California,

91330, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students will be considered for admission to CSUN if they meet the following requirements: Have earned a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 grading scale, or an average of "B" grades on an "A - F" letter grading scale. An international first-time freshman is a student applying to a bachelor's degree program who has not completed any post-secondary course work at a college or university.

For international students

You will be considered for admission to CSUN if you meet the following requirements: You have earned a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 grading scale, or an average of ""B"" grades on an ""A - F"" letter grading scale. (CSUN will convert your international GPA when you apply for admission.)

IELTS Academic - International English Language Test System: 6.0

iTEP Academic - International Test of English Proficiency: 3.8

PTE Academic - Pearson’s Test of English: 50

TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language: Internet Based score: 61; Paper-based score: 500

DET – Duolingo English Test: 95

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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