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In higher education’s most recent history, students have had to choose between sitting in front of a professor, inside of a lecture hall or behind a computer screen online. Now, with the implementation of Cal State Fullerton’s new statistics degree program, one of two new degree programs offered at CSUF, students can receive the convenience […]

Cal State Fullerton will implement the first Vietnamese degree program in the country, which will include a major and minor, an international business concentration in Vietnamese and Vietnamese teaching credentials by spring 2014. U.S. Rep. Ed Royce sponsored a U.S. Department of Education grant for $238,000 to create the program in 2009. Since then, faculty […]

Cal State Fullerton and other participating CSU schools are now offering an online degree-completion program for students hoping to earn their bachelor and master’s degrees but are otherwise unable to attend class on campus. Cal State Online is a system-wide collection of services that support the delivery of fully online programs from campuses and provides […]

Cal State Fullerton’s Career Center hosted the Graduate School Expo in the Quad Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Many departments from graduate schools were there to provide information to students, including business programs. Nick Fabrizio, 23, a business and accounting major, made a quick decision about where he wanted to go once arriving […]

Cal State Fullerton remains the No. 1 university in the state of California, and No. 5 in the nation, to award the most undergraduate degrees to Latino students. This finding is according to The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine, which is based on the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded in 2010. CSUF President Milton […]

  Only 52 percent of students at Cal State Fullerton received their degree within six years, according to 2009-10 statistics from the U.S. Department of Education. There is not just one answer as to why the CSUF graduation percentage is that low, said Ed Sullivan, CSUF’s assistant vice president of Institutional Research and Analytical Studies. […]