The CSU offers more than 1,400 master's degrees in 258 subjects, as well as a variety of doctoral programs.
The CSU offers a number of joint doctoral programs with the University of California and private universities. Choose a campus below to learn more.
This AuD degree program prepares students to meet the academic and clinical requirements for California licensure in audiology.
Learn About AuD Programs
These doctoral programs — offered on 15 campuses — advance the California State University's long-standing leadership in teaching teachers.
Learn About Ed.D. Programs
Designed to prepare nurses for advanced practice and to educate future nursing faculty, these are rigorous programs of study.
Learn About Nursing Programs
Six CSU campuses offer students the chance to receive a high-quality postbaccalaureate physical therapist education.
Learn About DPT Programs
The CDIP program has loaned $47 million to over 2,000 doctoral students, and more than 700 have gone on to become faculty members at the CSU.
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This program gives students who've experienced economic or educational disadvantage the chance to succeed in a doctoral program and teach at the CSU.
Learn About Pre-Doc