CBAPP Faculty and Staff in a group

Welcome to the College of Business Administration and Public Policy (CBAPP) at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH).

Established in 1973, the College of Business Administration and Public Policy 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 five academic departments, and the School of Public Service and Justice, consisting of scholarly tenured and tenure-track faculty and lecturers. 

California State University Dominguez Hills currently has approximately 110,000 alumni with approximately 75,000 who still reside in California. CBAPP has the second largest enrollment of the professional schools at CSUDH, and approximately 20% of CSUDH degree recipients are College of Business Administration and Public Policy students. Our College's student body consists of 76.3% full-time and 23.7% part-time students, who have identified as 51.8% female, 48.1% male and 0.1% non-binary. 

Criminal Justice Administration and the MPA Public Management programs are ranked in the top 5 undergraduate and graduate programs at CSUDH. Nearly 23% of the CSUDH student body is enrolled in the College of Business and Public Administration. Faculty, staff, students and Advisory Board members contribute to the continuous success and growth of the College on-campus and in the community. CSUDH is ranked 1st in the nation for Social Mobility Index (SMI).

CBAPP staff, faculty, meeting rooms, labs and classrooms are now primarily housed in the new Innovation & Instruction Building located on the north side of campus off of Victoria Street. This new location for our College ensures that students are provided with brand new classrooms, meeting rooms, lounge and study environments, maker spaces, and more. To learn more about the new I&I Building, please visit the CSUDH's Major Capital Projects website and view artist's renderings of the building interior on the CW Driver website.


students sitting outside the II building

Message from the Dean


Mission Statements

Advisory Board