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  • Welcome Transfer Students!

    College of Business and Economics

    California State University, Los Angeles

    College of Business and Economics

    Student Services Center SH 256

    5151 State University Drive | Los Angeles, CA 90032

    T 323.343.2810 | cbestudentservices@calstatela.edu

    www.calstatela.edu/business

    mailto:xcbestudentservices@calstatela.edu

  • The College of Business and

    Economics: AACSB Accredited

    AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate

    Schools of Business) seeks to promote quality

    education and we meet the AACSBs rigorous

    standards for program quality and continued

    improvement.

    Only 5% of business schools worldwide have

    achieved AACSB international accreditation.

  • Top Ten Public Institutions in California

    CSULAs undergraduate business program has

    been listed among the nations best in U.S.

    News & World Reports Americas Best

    Colleges.

    TOP TEN public institutions

    in California that made the list

  • College of Business & Economics

    Major Options

    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (13 Options)

    Accounting* Business Economics Entrepreneurship Finance Human Resource Management International Business Marketing Management* Management* Operations Management Business Arts - Prelegal Real Estate Retailing Special Business

    COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS (2 Options)

    Information (Business) Systems

    Information Technology

    ECONOMICS (2 Options)

    Applied Economics

    Social and Behavioral Sciences

  • Impacted Options: Transfer Students

    BSBA Accounting: Have a minimum cumulative college

    (transferable) GPA of 2.50.

    Have a grade of C or above in the Lower

    Division Accounting courses: Acct 210 and

    Acct 211 or equivalent classes.

  • Impacted Options: Transfer Students

    BSBA Management: Have a minimum cumulative college

    (transferable) GPA of 2.30.

    BSBA Marketing:

    Have a minimum cumulative college

    (transferable) GPA of 2.25.

  • College of Business and Economics

    Minors

    A minor program allows students to focus

    on a specific area of interest:

    Accounting (24 units )

    Computer Information Systems (28 units)

    Economics (20 units)

    Finance (20 units)

    Management (20 units)

    Real Estate (20 units)

    Entrepreneurship (20 units)

  • What You Need to Graduate

    University Requirements

    Business Major Courses

    G.E.s

  • General Education Courses

    CSULAs Lower

    Division GEs

  • General Education (GE) Certification

    California Community Colleges offer 2 approved

    GE patterns for transfer:

    CSU Breadth Requirements

    IGETC

    If you are not fully GE certified you may be held to

    Cal State L.A. GE requirements.

    GE Certification can be FULL or PARTIAL

  • University Requirements

    English 102 Pass with C or better

    Writing Proficiency Exam (WPE) Prerequisite: English 102

    Must pass before reaching 135 units

    Upper Division Themes 12 units from a Theme of your choice (A-I)

    Diversity (d) Requirement 8 units

  • G.E. Upper Division Theme and Diversity

    Requirements

    12 units total 4

    Units

    4 Units

    4 Units

  • University Requirements

    ECON 309

    ECON 209

    MGMT 306

    MGMT 307

    MGMT 308

    BUS 305

    WPE

    ENGL 102

    FIN 205

    MKT 304

    ACCT 210

    ACCT 211

    FIN 303 ACCT 310

    ECON 201

    ECON 202

    MGMT 497 (May only be taken after all other

    core classes have been completed)

    CIS 100

    ECON 310

    ECON 303

    OR

    BS Business Administration Requirements

    Option Courses Please note that an additional 7 or 9 classes (28 or 36

    units) for the option are not included in this flow chart.

    CIS 301

    8/15/2014

    GE Theme (3 classes)

    + 2 Diversity (d)

  • B.S. Business Administration

    Core Requirements

  • University Requirements

    ECON 309

    ECON 209

    MGMT 306

    MGMT 307

    MGMT 308

    ENGL 102

    WPE

    BUS 305

    FIN 205

    MKT 304

    BS Computer Information Systems Requirements

    ACCT 210

    ACCT 211

    CIS 301

    FIN 303 ACCT 310

    ECON 201

    ECON 202

    CIS 283

    CIS 410

    CIS 484

    CIS 405 CIS 406 CIS 490 (May only be taken after all other

    core classes have been completed)

    CIS 100

    Option Courses Please note that an additional 5 classes (20 units) for

    the option are not included in this flow chart.

    8/15/2014

    GE Theme (3 classes)

    + 2 Diversity (d)

  • B.S. Computer Information Systems

    Core Requirements

  • University Requirements

    ECON 209

    ENGL 102

    WPE

    BUS 305 or

    ENGL 306

    ACCT 210

    ACCT 211

    ECON 491 (May only be taken after all other

    core classes have been completed)

    CIS 100

    ECON 303

    BA Economics Requirements Opt: Applied Economics

    MATH 242 or 206

    ECON 201

    ECON 202

    ECON 403

    ECON 415

    ECON 414

    ECON 410

    ECON 401

    Elective Courses Please note that an additional 7 classes (28 units) for

    the electives are not included in this flow chart.

    GE Theme (3 classes)

    + 2 Diversity (d)

  • Select Two In This Box:

    University Requirements ECON 209 ENGL

    102

    WPE

    BUS 305 or

    ENGL 306

    ACCT 210

    ACCT 211

    ECON 303

    BA Economics Requirements Opt: Social & Behavioral Economics

    MATH 242 or 206

    ECON 201

    ECON 202

    ECON 403

    ECON 310

    ECON 309

    ECON 410

    Elective Courses Please note that an additional 9 classes (36 units) for

    the electives are not included in this flow chart.

    ECON 401 (Not a required class, but

    needed for ECON 410 prerequisite. Can be used

    as 1 Elective)

    GE Theme (3 classes)

    + 2 Diversity (d)

    8/15/2014

  • B.A. Economics - Option Core Requirements

  • First Quarter Courses R

    EQU

    IRED

    Upper Division Themes & Diversity

    (3 courses) REQ

    UIR

    ED

    Major Upper Division Core Requirements (11 courses)

    REQ

    UIR

    ED

    English 102

    REQ

    UIR

    ED

    Major Lower Division Core Requirements

    If not already completed,

    must complete:

  • Registration Tips

    Pay your tuition 3 days before your registration date

    To add an open course with a pre-requisite, show unofficial transcripts to the department of the course for a permit

    Students who meet prerequisite issue can be put on waitlist

    Watch instructional videos on CSULA website:

    https://get.calstatela.edu/

    https://get.calstatela.edu/https://get.calstatela.edu/https://get.calstatela.edu/https://get.calstatela.edu/

  • Student Responsibilities

    You are solely responsible for knowing the graduation requirements you are accountable for

    All info is available on your Advisement Report, University Catalog (e-catalog) and university website

    Use Advisement Report as a guiding/planning tool You are responsible for your own Education Plan

    Appointments with advisors:

    Appointments are necessary!

  • College of Business & Economics

    Website

    www.calstatela.edu/business/advisement

    Make an Appointment!

    Important Messages

    Placement Services Calendar

    Advising Information

    Department Contacts

    College/Major Forms

    Student Clubs

    http://www.calstatela.edu/business/advisement

  • Advisement Report and

    Class Search

  • Declaring your Major Option on

    GET

  • Other Important Offices on Campus

    Student ID Card (must be enrolled):

    Golden Eagle Service Center 220

    Email/Password/GET:

    ITS Help Desk, 1st floor Library, Palmer Wing

    Financial Aid Office:

    Student Affairs 124

    Cashiers Office:

    Administration 128

    Campus Tours

    Student Affairs 106

  • Planning for the future

    Whats an IAP?

    Where do I find an IAP?

    How do I get help completing an IAP?

  • College of Business and Economics

    Student Services Center

    Salazar Hall 256B

    (323) 343-2810

    Mon-Thu: 8:00am to 6:00pm

    Friday: 8:00am to 5:00pm

    Make an appointment:

    www.calstatela.edu/business/advisement

    If you have a quick question for an advisor, email us!

    cbestudentservices@calstatela.edu

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