For general advising, subject matter, student teaching applications, and petitions
General Advising Spring 2018
& By Appointment
Advising appointments are completed on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no advising during Spring Break (March 26 - April 1) or Final Exams (May14-18)
The Single Subject Health Science Program invites all current and prospective students to seek program-specific advising. The advisor assists students in program planning for both education coursework and subject matter competency. The advisor also helps undergraduate majors plan their path through the major and subject matter competency. CSULB undergraduates should seek early and ongoing advising to ensure their coursework will count for subject matter competency. Incoming credential students should meet with the advisor to discuss pathways to subject matter competency; students receive mandatory advising during EDSS 300D. All students should bring transcripts or MYCSULB printouts to advising meetings.
Additionally, prospective students are invited to attend general informational meetings scheduled by the Single Subject Program throughout the year.
Student Teaching Advisement
Students applying to student teach must familiarize themselves with the student teaching application process and requirements available at the Single Subject Program site.