If you need assistance with online submission forms please visit the office at CBA-100.
Change of Major or Major Option
Students may now request changing their major to business using our online form.
Minor Admission Requests
First navigate to any College of Business minors requirement page for the College of Business department and then review these department requirements then review the CSULB Catalog to confirm current requirements, To proceed then use the minor admission request form below to begin the College of Business minor approval process . See the related minor advisor if you have specific questions. Please read the Official Minor Declaration Policy Statement to be aware of requirements.
Petition for Course Substitution / Equivalency
To determine domestic course equivalency from another institution to meet major requirements. This form is to be strictly used by students declared in a College of Business option. Students interested in approval for a study abroad course, please use the Pre-Departure Transfer Credit Advising Form (Study Abroad) form.
Pre-Departure Transfer Credit Request (Study Abroad)
For students interested in approval for a study abroad course(s). The student must have completed the advising session with Center for International Education (CIE) before using this form to approve study aborad course(s) to be eligible to transfer credit.
Course Enrollment Permit Request
Request for a permit to enroll in a courses when the prerequisite(s) have been or are being taken at a different higher education institution or being taken in current semester. A permit does not mean that you are enrolled in the course. You will still need to officially enroll in the course through Helpful link to MYCSULB.
- Important information: Registration in College of Business Administration Upper Division Classes
Foreign Language Equivalency for the International Business option
For students that are fluent in another language and would like to waive the foreign language requirement for the International Business option. Students may also visit CBA-100 for assistance.
Special Consideration Request
Login here and fill in your Request for Special Consideration if Directed.
The form is not intended for the following requests:
- College of Business minors
- Pre-Departure Transfer Credit Advising Form (Study Abroad)
- Petition for Substitution (Domestic)
Revalidation Older Courses
For upper division major courses that are over ten years old. Students need to have courses that are ten years old or older revalidated. CSULB charges a non-refundable fee of $10.00 to students who are not in compliance with specific deadline dates or time limits.
Community College Articulation Grid
Visit Community College Articulation Grid to find the most up-to-date transfer information from 40 of the California community colleges, where courses may be taken and transferred to CSULB to meet the business lower division core requirements. Learn more about current course articulation (course to course agreements) by visiting ASSIST.
Petition to use CBA-493 Internship Course as an Elective
Marketing, IB and MGMT/HRM/SC students enrolled in CBA-493 Internship Course and having an internship relevant to their academic concentration are eligible to use CBA-493 as an elective. Use this form to get College of Business approval: Petition to use CBA-493 Internship Course as an Elective
Certificate Programs Admission Request
College of Business CERTIFICATE OFFICIAL POLICY STATEMENT and Certificate Applications
GRADE APPEAL FORM
Students should consider reviewing the CSULB Academic Senate Policy PS 11-09 Grade Appeal Procedure. The grade appeals file must be delivered to department chair/program director within the first 40 instructional days of the regular semester immediately following the semester or special session in which the course was completed, and must include the following.
- This Grade Appeal Form;
- A written statement describing the reasons for the appeal and the recommendation for a new grade; and
- Supporting documents, such as the class syllabus, exams, papers, assignments, or other corroborating documents that show evidence of the alleged improper grading.