California State University-Northridge Reviews of Bachelor's in Business

  • 6 Reviews
  • Northridge (CA)
  • Annual Tuition: $18,773
100% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Michael Sompura
  • Reviewed: 12/30/2018
  • Degree: Business
"The academic advisors and faculty at CSU Northridge were really helpful and caring. I regularly met with my academic advisor to ensure I was taking the right courses and meeting the additional requirements for graduation. The faculty was also helpful whenever I had questions and they all made time during their office hours or by email. They were responsive and helped guide me when I wasnt sure which direction in academics I wanted to go. I changed my major from accounting to finance (business administration & finance) after talking with a few professors and working part time for an account and part time for a financial adviser. I took courses at a satellite location for the majority of my requirements and took the required classes at the main campus. The campus was easy to navigate, there was lots of student clubs and networking groups to join, and the alumni association was very helpful after I graduated. The career center was also helpful in helping with my resume and job search. The business administration with an option in finance degree at CSU Northridge was highly regarded by those in the surrounding business community. The curriculum in the finance department was very on par with the real world, as I was working in financial services while going to college. What I learned in school I could immediately apply at work and gave me a better understanding of what I was doing in my day to day work life. I still have some of my textbooks from college and reference them in the financial foundations and principles. Even though it became difficult at times to juggle school and work, I am grateful to all that my college life taught me as a foundation for my future work life."
Michael Sompura
  • Reviewed: 12/30/2018
  • Degree: Business
"The academic advisors and faculty at CSU Northridge were really helpful and caring. I regularly met with my academic advisor to ensure I was taking the right courses and meeting the additional requirements for graduation. The faculty was also helpful whenever I had questions and they all made time during their office hours or by email. They were responsive and helped guide me when I wasnt sure which direction in academics I wanted to go. I changed my major from accounting to finance (business administration & finance) after talking with a few professors and working part time for an account and part time for a financial adviser. I took courses at a satellite location for the majority of my requirements and took the required classes at the main campus. The campus was easy to navigate, there was lots of student clubs and networking groups to join, and the alumni association was very helpful after I graduated. The career center was also helpful in helping with my resume and job search. The business administration with an option in finance degree at CSU Northridge was highly regarded by those in the surrounding business community. The curriculum in the finance department was very on par with the real world, as I was working in financial services while going to college. What I learned in school I could immediately apply at work and gave me a better understanding of what I was doing in my day to day work life. I still have some of my textbooks from college and reference them in the financial foundations and principles. Even though it became difficult at times to juggle school and work, I am grateful to all that my college life taught me as a foundation for my future work life."
Sairy Stepanian
  • Reviewed: 8/5/2018
  • Degree: Business
"My experience as an undergraduate student at the California State University, Northridge (CSUN) was incredibly positive. Given that I was working full time and attending school part time, I could only take night classes and at the beginning, I was concerned that I would not be able to do that; however, the school offered many night classes that I was able to enroll in. Due to my hectic schedule and work hours, I was not able to attend any on-campus events or to be involved in various student organizations/associations; as a result, I cannot provide any helpful or accurate feedback on this particular aspect of the school. However, the quality of the education and the presence of wonderful professors and instructors made a great contribution to my education and my growth as a person, a student, as well as a professional in my career and for that, I am incredibly grateful."
Liz M.
  • Reviewed: 8/18/2016
  • Degree: Business
"They offer a multitude of opportunities to network and student services are abundant, wish I would have taken advantage of everything and anything of what they offered before I graduated. The hold workshops for resume building, mock interviews etc. They also hold contests where students launch their ideas to renown entrepreneurs and receive awards and funding. The Student Recreational Center has 2 pools, inside track, basketball courts, racquet ball courts, rock climbing wall and it is free to students; they also offer workout classes. Very diverse campus and cultural events are prevalent."
Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 10/13/2015
  • Degree: Business
"Best experience of my life so far. I loved the vast options of classes. The campus was safe and the people are friendly. The teachers really care about their students."
may
  • Reviewed: 9/1/2015
  • Degree: Business
"CSUN offers a great education and college experience. I am glad I chose to go to CSUN instead of UC or private school because it is more affordable."