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Policies & Procedures

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Degree Progress

Students must complete the following requirements within one calendar year of declaring the major. Some students may need to take courses during Summer Session to meet these requirements. At the end of the year, students who have not met the requirements must either declare another major or meet with an Academic Advisor to determine if the student's performance in the courses merits an additional semester to complete.

For following majors: AE, ME, EE, CE, ChE, CompE, Engr, CompSc

  • First-Time Freshmen: A grade C or better must be achieved in MATH 122 within one calendar year.
  • Transfer Students: A grade C or better must be achieved in MATH 123 and PHYS 151 within one calendar year.
For following majors: ET, Comp ET, E ET, M ET, & CEM
  • First-Time Freshmen: A grade C or better must be achieved in MATH 111 & 113, and PHYS 100A within one calendar year.
  • Transfer Students: A grade C or better must be achieved in MATH 122 and PHYS 100A&B within one calendar year.

For following major: BA Engr Systems

  • First-Time Freshmen: A grade C or better must be achieved in MATH 111 & 113 within one calendar year.
  • Transfer Students: A grade C or better must be achieved in MATH 122 within one calendar year.

Tracking Your Degree Progress

Faculty advisors and the Engineering Student Success Center's Academic Advisors can help you assess your degree progress. You can also track your progress toward your degree using the Academic Requirements Report on My.CSULB. This report shows all courses and credit you have taken as well as requirements that have not yet been met. This is a vital tool to help you plan your schedule and ensure that you are on track toward graduation. In addition, you can make an appointment for a Graduation Check-up at the University Center for Undergraduate Advising located in the Horn Center, Room 103. An advisor will help you evaluate how close you are to graduation and guide you through the process.

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