Extension and International Programs provides advanced degrees from Cal State Fullerton with flexible formats – such as evening classes or an accelerated schedule – that match the diverse needs of our students.
Programs Designed for Life
Extension and International Programs (EIP) partners with the University’s academic departments and colleges to create master’s programs with more flexibility. This includes classes scheduled in the evening or an accelerated schedule.
The curriculum, faculty and academic advisement for all of these programs are managed by the CSUF academic department—and you will earn a Master's degree from Cal State Fullerton.
Below is the current list of Master’s degrees we offer. Click on the program name for more information, including cost, program dates and application details.
|Program Name||Units||Time Commitment||Location||Description|
|Accelerated MS in Software Engineering (AMSE)||30 units||1 ½ years (full-time)||Fullerton Campus||The accelerated program prepares you for a career as a software engineer or manager in the industry or government agency; or for advanced study as a researcher.|
|Fully-Employed MBA (FEMBA)||45 units||3 years (part-time)||Irvine Center||The program allows you to continue working full-time while pursuing your MBA to further your leadership skills and gain the tools you need to be a strong competitor in today’s marketplace.|
|Master of Social Work Flex (MSW Flex)||60 units||3 years (part-time)||Irvine Center||The CSWE accredited program prepares you to take on leadership roles in public social service organizations. It offers conveniently scheduled evening classes and fieldwork experiences.|
|MS in Counseling||63 units||3 years plus 1 term (part-time)||Fullerton Campus||The cohort program prepares you to work in a variety of environments, like schools or mental health agencies, and also qualifies you to pursue LMFT and LPCC licensure.|
|MS in Financial Engineering and Risk Management (FERM)||30 units||1 year (full-time)||Fullerton Campus||The flexible program merges the quantitative principles of financial engineering and the practical business applications of risk management, and helps you discover and prepare for your career.|
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All graduate programs are managed by a CSUF academic department, but administered by Extension and International Programs. This means programs are self-support (not funded by state tax revenue) and tuition reflects a slightly higher rate than similar programs. Registration and payments are made through EIP.
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