B.S. Business Administration (120 Units) Accounting Accounting Management

B.S. Business Administration (120 Units) Accounting Accounting Management

B.S. Business Administration (120 Units) Accounting Accounting Management Human Resource Management Healthcare Administration Management Operations Management Entrepreneurship Finance & Law B.A.-Prelegal Finance Real Estate Economics & Statistics Applied Economics Social & Behavioral Sciences

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B.A. Economics (120 Units) C A L S TAT E L O S ANGELES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS WELCOME [2019 TRANSFER EAGLES]! COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS STUDENT SERVICES CENTER Student Services Center Brisea Castaeda Siu Leung* Belem Enciso

Elizabeth Rubalcava *Transfer Cohort Advisors and Admin Joaquin Franco Armine Karagyulyan Monica Lee* Beth Yuan Nikita Lau Daniel Ruiz* O R I E N TAT I O N 2 . 0 Lets talkYoull be hearing from

me soon! Advising Services Student & Advisor Responsibilities Advisor Role- listen and guide Assist with course planning Student Responsibility- learn and grow Attend mandatory and regular advising meetings Help you develop & modify academic goals Review Advisement Report & create course plan using Degree Planner Inform you about campus activities & Read & respond to Cal State LA email & be opportunities open to opportunities outside of the classroom

Clarify school policies & procedures Be aware of important dates & deadlines Refer you to campus resources Share problems & concerns Listen, ask questions & respect you as an Be prepared, ask questions, and be individual accountable. Respect your advisor as a professional who has your best interest in mind. Adhere to confidentiality guidelines as outlined Keep open lines of communication in the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Be available to you through scheduled

Understand that advisors have a variety of appointments, group advising sessions, and responsibilities that impact their availability, emails during regular business hours keep scheduled appointments, and cancel with at least 24 hours notice Discuss your academic performance and its Accept responsibility for your academic http://www.calstatela.edu/business/advisement Make an appointment by pressing this button! Mark your calendars for workshops and events! Fall Welcome September 2019

Spring 2020 Registration Starting October 28 CBE 2019 Cohort Meet n Greet Registration Lab: Monday September 19, 10 AM 5 PM Fall Career Fair September 26, 4:30 PM 7 PM Thursday, 3 5PM Relax in Business Class Orientation 2.0 (MANDATORY) September 23 October 18 Academic & Career info Pro-tips and advice

Degree planning December 3, 10 AM 6 PM Snacks, art, gamestime to relax and hang out with advisors and friends! First Day of Instruction Tuesday, August 20 Last day to add/drop

Wednesday, September 4 More to comestay tuned and check your Cal State LA email! Career Development Process Junior Develop Skills Formal Internship Student Organization Leadership Evaluate Career Options Refine Resume, Cover letter, etc. Mock Interviews Research Salaries and/or Graduate School Opportunities and Funding Senior Implement Conduct Active Job Search or Finalize Graduate School Applications

Attend Career Fairs Research Employers Tailor Resume/Cover Letters Salary Negotiations MAKING THE MOST OF R E G I S T R AT I O N SIX SIMPLE TIPS TO SUCCEED AT C A L S TAT E L A 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

3 1 ) WA N T TO FINISH IN 2 YEARS? S TA R T W I T H Fall 2019 3 3 3 3 3 Fall 2020 2 3 3

3 3 3 15 UNITS* Spring 2020 3 3 3 3 3 1 designed to enroll you in a full load of 15 units Spring 2021 3

Your advising tools are 3 3 so that you start your journey 3 3 strong. Sprin *15 units per semester OR 30 units/year 2) FOLLOW YOUR PAT H Use Degree and Schedule Planner to choose classes that meet your Upper Division GE, University, and

Major Requirements. GE U M *Submit your Full GE Certification/IGETC to complete your lower division GEs! GE Business Administration/Comp uter Information Systems (cl)/(re) 3) MAKE YOUR CLASSES COUNT Upper Div GE (General Education) classes reflect a belief that a college education should be a broad and transformative

experience for all students. *Submit your Full GE Certification/IGETC to complete your LOWER DIVISION GEs! 4) MAKE YOUR CLASSES COUNT Civic Learning/ Community Engagement (cl) U Race & Ethnicity (re) Diversity (d) Electives (?) University requirements

reflecting Cal State LAs core values are embedded into GE courses. - Look for classes designated (cl) and (re) to fulfill your requirements. You also need 120 units to graduate. 5) MAKE YOUR CLASSES COUNT Core courses M Common courses specific to major Option courses Upper Division courses specific to option (field of concentration)

Your major courses build expertise in your chosen field. Schedule Conflict 6) BE FLEXIBLE A N D PAT I E N T M You might run into roadblocks or conflicts that prevent you from enrolling in the classes you want but you can still enroll GE in classes you need. Use Schedule Planner to reduce scheduling conflicts. 7 ) D O N T WA I T

Fall: 2019 # M 1 Course MGMT 3060 Units Dont rely on the waitlist to 3 register for the classes you need, because you might M 2 MKT 3100 3

M 3 BUS 3050 3 M 4 ECON 3060 3 GE 5 Upper Division GE Block D (re) (cl) 3 15 units

end up both under enrolled and off track. Waitlist gets canceled the Friday before classes begin! Aim to leave orientation today fully enrolled in at least 15 units. Course Recommendations for Fall 2019 BSBA Accounting BSBA Marketing BA BA Economics Economics 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D ACCT 3200A FIN 3030 MGMT 3070 MGMT 3080, CIS 3010, ECON 3060, or option elective without prerequisite. 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D

FIN 3030 MGMT 3070 MGMT 3080 MKT 3800, CIS 3010, ECON 3060, or option elective without prerequisite. 11 GE GE Upper Upper Division Division CL/RE CL/RE Block Block DD 11 GE GE Upper Upper Division Division Block Block BB or or CC ECON ECON 3090 3090 ECON ECON 3030 3030 ECON ECON 4030

4030 BSBA Finance BS Business Economics 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D FIN 3030 MGMT 3070 MGMT 3080 CIS 3010, ECON 3060, or option elective without prerequisite. 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D ECON 3030 ECON 3060 FIN 3030 MGMT 3080, CIS 3010, or option elective without prerequisite. BS Computer Information Systems BS Computer Information Systems 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D 1 GE Upper Division CIS 3010CL/RE Block D CIS 4100

3010 CIS CIS 3050/CIS CIS 4840 4840 ECON 3080 3060 MGMT MGMT 3080 BSBA Management 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D MGMT 3070 MGMT 3080 FIN 3030 CIS 3010, ECON 3060, or option elective without prerequisite. FILL OUT YOUR REGISTRATION SHEET AND SUBMIT FOR ADVISOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO LEAVING ? 6 ) W H E N I N D O U B T, ASK! Advisors are here today -- and will be with you throughout your career at Cal State LA

-- to help you create the best plan for your path to graduation. Are you ready to register? Were here to help! GET READY TO REGISTER! TA K E O U T Y O U R L A P TO P S A N D L O G O N TO YOUR GET ACCOUNT! Ciscos Course Recommendations for Fall 2019 BSBA Accounting BSBA Marketing BA BA Economics Economics 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D ACCT 3200A FIN 3030

MGMT 3070 MGMT 3080, CIS 3010, ECON 3060, or option elective without prerequisite. 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D FIN 3030 MGMT 3070 MGMT 3080 MKT 3800, CIS 3010, ECON 3060, or option elective without prerequisite. 11 GE GE Upper Upper Division Division CL/RE CL/RE Block Block DD 11 GE GE Upper Upper Division Division Block Block BB or or CC ECON ECON 3090 3090

ECON ECON 3030 3030 ECON ECON 4030 4030 BSBA Finance BS Business Economics 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D FIN 3030 MGMT 3070 MGMT 3080 CIS 3010, ECON 3060, or option elective without prerequisite. 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D ECON 3030 ECON 3060 FIN 3030 MGMT 3080, CIS 3010, or option elective without prerequisite. BS Computer Information Systems

BS Computer Information Systems 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D 1 GE Upper Division CIS 3010CL/RE Block D CIS 4840 3010 CIS CIS 3050/CIS CIS 4100 4840 ECON 3080 3060 MGMT MGMT 3080 BSBA Management 1 GE Upper Division CL/RE Block D MGMT 3070 MGMT 3080 FIN 3030 CIS 3010, ECON 3060, or option elective without prerequisite. FILL OUT YOUR REGISTRATION SHEET AND SUBMIT FOR ADVISOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO LEAVING

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