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Declaring a Major/Minor in Business

Nazarian College Major and Minor Sheets

To review the Nazarian College Major and Minor sheets, please visit the see the Undergraduate Programs in Business  page.

Declaring a Major in Nazarian College

Students must meet the standards set for major change/declaration as explained on the Major and Minor Policy. In addition, students must have at least a 2.0 CSUN and Total GPAs, in order to declare a major or minor in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics. For an explanation of the major/minor declaration process, please review this handout.

Declaring a Double Major

Students must meet the standards set for second major declaration as explained on the Major and Minor Policy. In addition, students must have a 3.0 overall GPA in order to declare a second major in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics. For an explanation of the major/minor declaration process, please review this handout.

Declaring a Minor

Students must meet the standards set for minor change/declaration as explained on the Major and Minor Policy. For an explanation of the major/minor declaration process, please review this handout.

Impaction

Accountancy and Finance are impacted majors which means students must meet higher standards in order to declare a major in these areas. To learn more about declaring an impacted major please visit the Accountancy page in the University Catalog or the Finance major website.