You do not need an appointment in order to request a change of major or minor.
- Students who have completed 90 or more units need to submit the paper Change of Major or Minor form.
- If you are changing/adding majors: Please attach a copy of your Degree Progress Report from the current month under the desired major.
- If you are requesting to add a minor: Please attach a copy of your Degree Progress Report from the current month under your current major.
- You may submit the appropriate documents to the Associate Dean's Office in BB 3109.
Students who have completed less than 90 units may add, change or drop their major/minor online by visiting their myNorthridge account. A tutorial is available online at: http://www.csun.edu/admissions-records/change-major-minor.
Students do not need to schedule an appointment in order to apply for graduation. Please follow the steps below
Apply for graduation online!
- Who can apply? Undergraduate students who meet the following criteria:
- Must be in a declared major
- Must have completed 90 units (including work in progress)
- Must have completed one semester at CSUN
- When can you apply?
- Eligible students can apply up to one year in advance of their expected graduation date.
- Application submission deadlines have changed. Please refer to the Undergraduate Degree Services (UDS) Calendar for the updated deadlines.
- Where can you apply?
- Students can access the link to apply for graduation through their SOLAR Student Center.
- What happens after you apply?
- Once a student applies to graduate online, an advisement hold will be placed on their account immediately blocking registration for the semester in which they are graduating.
- Who cannot apply online and must fill out the paper Graduation Application?
- 2nd Bachelor Students
- Discontinued Students
- Students submitting an application after the Online Graduation Application submission deadline.
Business Law / Real Estate / Finance / Management / Marketing
Majors and Minors
After applying for graduation online, please complete the following steps to remove your advisement hold:
1. Drop off a current copy of your Degree Progress Report (DPR)/Planner to Bookstein Hall (BB)* 3109. Appointment Not Necessary!
2. Be sure that all of your remaining requirements are planned on your DPR/Planner based on course pre-requisites. For your major advisement sheet listing all pre-requisites, visit http://www.csun.edu/cobaessc/undergraduate-programs-business.
3. The Upper Division Mentor will review your DPR/Planner within 10-15 business days. Your advisement hold will be removed once the review is completed.
To schedule an appointment, please call the Associate Dean's Office at (818) 677-2466 or visit in person in BB 3109.
Please bring a copy of your Degree Progress Report from the current month to your appointment.
Pre-Law and Career Mentoring: Business Law Faculty Mentors
Although the American Bar Association has advised that a pre-law undergraduate major is not necessary to attend law school, some students who major in Business Law may be interested in becoming lawyers. The decision to go to law school is often difficult. Preparing to apply for law school involves thoughtful and serious reflection. There are many factors that law school admissions committees will consider about your background and interests, your achievements, and your performance on the admissions exam and in your undergraduate studies.
All Business Law department faculty members are attorneys who can give advice to prospective law students. In addition, the following information, prepared by one of our faculty members, should prove helpful.
For more information please follow the link "You Can Get There From Here: A Beginner's Guide to Getting Into Law School"(.pdf) by Professor Melanie Stallings Williams, J.D.
There is a variety of useful information online regarding law school preparation, the application process, and the law school experience. You may find the following websites to be particularly helpful.
ABA Required Disclosures
This site provides detailed information about all accredited law schools.