Computer Science

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Undergraduate Advisement Procedures for CS and CIT Students

 

Summer 2022 - Academic Advisement

Computer Science and Computer Information Technology students who have completed 60 units or less can contact the CECS Student Services Center for general advisement and General Education (GE) requirements. 

Continuing Computer Science and Computer Information Technology students who have completed 61 units or more can schedule your own academic advisement appointment by clicking HERE. Students are encouraged to utilize the Planner tool to prepare for your appointment: "Navigate the Planner

(First time freshmen, first time transfers, graduate students, students on probation, or disqualified students will need to meet with their designated adviser. See sections below for details.)

Entering Freshmen (mandatory advisement)

Entering freshmen students need to make an appointment with The Hub. Appointments can be made by visiting EU 150 or calling 818-677-2900 for required advisement prior to registration. 

Continuing Freshmen with 30 units or less (mandatory advisement)

Continuing freshmen students need to make an appointment with the CECS Student Services Center. Appointments can be made by visiting JD 1501, calling 818-677-2191, or by emailing   for required advisement prior to registration.

New Transfer Students (advisement is strongly recommended)

First time Transfer Students transferring from another college or university should make an appointment with the CECS Student Services Center. Appointments can be made by visiting JD 1501, calling 818-677-2191, or by emailing   for required advisement prior to registration. Continuing Transfer Students can contact their faculty adviser. Please refer to the list below for your adviser’s contact information. 

Graduate Students

Graduate students should contact the Computer Science Department Graduate Coordinator by emailing   all advising questions. 

Academic Probation (mandatory advisement)

Students on academic probation need to make an appointment with the CECS Student Services Center. Appointments can be made by visiting JD 1501, calling 818-677-2191, or by emailing   for required advisement prior to registration. 

Disqualified Students (mandatory advisement after receiving readmission letter)

Recently disqualified students and students with questions regarding their readmission academic contracts should make an appointment to see the Computer Science Department Chair, Dr. Kaplan. Appointments can be made by emailing   or by calling 818-677-3398. 

MEP/EOP Students (mandatory advisement)

Students participating in the MEP/EOP programs need to make an appointment with the CECS Student Services Center by visiting JD 1501 or calling 818-677-2191 or by emailing   for required advisement prior to registration. 

Graduation Evaluations and Career Advisement by Faculty Advisors

If you wish to visit with a computer science professor regarding career advisement, the selection of concentrated studies electives or to start the process referred to as a graduation evaluation, please consult the following table. Students who wish to schedule an appointment should contact their advisor by email; to help expedite the appointment process, students should include their telephone number and their reasons for wishing to see their advisor in the email message. 

Note: Students may elect to stay with a previously assigned advisor or select a different faculty advisor, if that advisor agrees. 

List of Faculty Adviser (FALL & SPRING ONLY)