College of Business Administration & Public Policy

Facutly and Staff standing next to each other
The College of Business Administration and Public Policy faculty and staff meet each semester and discuss innovative ways to better-serve students.
Sports, Entertainment and Hospitality Management: Each semester, CSUDH Business Administration students tour stadiums and arenas in the greater Los Angeles area, including the Staples Center, home to the LA Lakers.
Corporate Mixer 2019 Group
Corporate Mixer: The Finance Student Society and the Latino Student Business Association teamed up to host a Corporate Mixer for CBAPP students.
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LAEDC 2019 Eddy Awards: CSUDH named Education Nominee at the LAEDC 2019 Eddy Awards for work with STEM, South Bay Economics Institute, and the community.
Speaker Panel on stage
The CSUDH South Bay Economic Forecast 2019: The Conference offered a focused look at future developments that are potentially changing the South Bay economy.
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COVID-19 Updates

The College of Business Administration and Public Policy staff and faculty are committed to supporting students through alternative instruction and advisement. Faculty and staff are working remotely, but they are available through a variety of modalities including email, voicemail, Zoom, BlackBoard, Skype, etc. Students can read about the most recent campus-wide updates by visiting the CSUDH Toros Together website and the University-Issued Statements websites. Links to these resources are noted below.

About

Established in 1973, the College of Business Administration and Public Policy (CBAPP) is a productive and professional environment of excellence in academic programs and scholarly activity. Undergraduate and graduate programs in Business Administration, Public Administration, and Criminal Justice Administration are led by four academic departments consisting of scholarly tenured and tenure-track faculty and lecturers. CBAPP has the second largest enrollment of the professional schools at CSU Dominguez Hills, and more than 20% of CSUDH degree recipients are CBAPP students. Out of the top five undergraduate programs at CSUDH, Business Administration is #1, and Criminal Justice Administration is #3. Faculty, staff, students and Advisory Board members contribute to the continuous success and growth of the College on-campus and in the community.About

  • The CSUDH CBAPP Business Program is accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and the Master of Public Administration Program is accredited by NASPAA (Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration).

  • CSUDH nominated for Education Award at the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC) 2019 Eddy Awards. The South Bay Economic Institute and South Bay Economic Forecast were notably acknowledged.
     
  • Money Magazine has ranked California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) 45th overall in the nation in its annual ranking of the “Best Colleges for Your Money,” and 28th in its specialty “Best 50 Public Colleges” ranking.
     
  • CBAPP will be housed in the new $85 million Innovation and Instruction Building which is expected Spring 2021. The building will achieve Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) "Gold" Certification.
     
  • CSUDH was ranked #4 among California Colleges by the Equity Opportunity Project in the Overall Mobility Index as published in the New York Times, 2017.
     
  • CSUDH was ranked as a top University for "contribution to public good" by Washington Monthly for five years in a row.
     
  • CSUDH earned the maximum 10-year accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Senior Commission for Universities and Colleges (WSCUC), the regional accrediting agency responsible for certifying higher education institutions in California, Hawaii, and the Pacific.

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