CBAPP Student Support & Services

The CBAPP Student Success Center provides a variety of services to undergraduate Criminal Justice, Business and Public Administration students. We know that completing your degree takes hard work and dedication, that is why we are here to provide support along the way.

Forms and petitions are coordinated by the Student Support Coordinator, Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware. Please email Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware to submit your completed forms and supportive documents, or if you need assistance with forms and signatures. You may also leave a message at (310) 243-3561.

CBAPP Student Success Center
Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware, Student Support Coordinator
Email: lbroussard@csudh.edu
Voicemail: (310) 243-3561
Office: II 1100

Appointment with an Advisor

Advisement is available to undergraduate students who have declared a major or minor in Business Administration, Criminal Justice Administration, or Public Administration. You may schedule an appointment with an advisor on the CBAPP Appointment Portal.

Instructions: How to Schedule an Appointment

Schedule an Appointment Here

Advisors will be in touch to meet with you via phone, Zoom, or email. If you choose a Zoom appointment, you will receive an individualized Zoom link via your Toromail student email prior to the meeting.

To learn more about the CBAPP Advisors and what you need to prepare for your appointment, please visit the CBAPP Undergraduate Advisement Center's website.

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Declare/Change Major or Minor
Permission Number

Students may be unable to register for a class if the prerequisites have not been met and/or if departmental consent is required.  Only if a student has met all the prerequisites and still cannot register for a course during the registration period, the student should then request a Permission Number (PN).

Permission Numbers do not override the enrollment limit for classes. If the class is full by the time you receive a PN, you may select another class (and obtain another PN) or join the waitlist for the class using the PN. Use the Class Number and the Permission Number to add the class. Permission Numbers expire on the last day of registration. PNs can only be used once. Each department closely monitors the distribution of PNs.

During the Registration Period (Before classes start)

Request a Permission Number by Email

CBAPP students must request Permission Numbers via email. Send an email from your toroMail with the required information as stated below. Failure to submit all required information will void the request. Depending on the number of requests, students can expect to wait 2-3 business days for a response. Please do not send multiple emails.

Required Information

Your Full Name 

Your Student ID#

Your Major 

Course Name/Section Number

Example

John Smith

Student ID# 201234567

Major: Business Administration-Human Resources

MGT 490-03

Email your request to: cbapppn@csudh.edu

  

After the Registration Period (during classes)

During late registration period, student must obtain a permission number from the instructor. 

View the registration period for the current semester on the Academic Calendar.

View the CSUDH Waiting List and Permission Number Policy here.

Pre-Majors

Pre-Majors who have completed all of the lower division prerequisites should immediately submit the Declare/Change of Major/Minor Form to officially declare their major in the College of Business Administration and Public Policy. Not filing the form can impact a student's ability to register for courses. Please submit the completed for to Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware at lbroussard@csudh.edu. If you need assistance with forms, please call and leave a message at (310) 243-3561 or email Ms. Broussard-Ware.

Transfer Students

When requesting Permission Numbers, please include unofficial transcripts if your academic information has not posted to MyCSUDH.

Internship Courses

If you need a Permission Number to enroll in an Internship Course, please review separate instructions on the CBAPP Internship webpage.

MGT 490

All business students must request a permission number prior to registering for MGT 490. Follow the instructions above to request a permission number.

Prerequisites for MGT 490: Completion of all business core courses; BUS 445 may be taken concurrently (priority will be given to graduating seniors).


Permission Number needed

If you need further assistance, please call the CBAPP Undergraduate Advisement Center (310)243-3548.

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Forms Requiring a Signature

Forms and petitions are coordinated by the Student Support Coordinator, Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware. Please email Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware at lbroussard@csudh.edu to submit your completed forms and supportive documents, or if you need assistance with forms and signatures. You may also leave a message at (310) 243-3561.

Go to the Registrar's website to download forms.

Late Add/Drop

Forms and petitions are coordinated by the Student Support Coordinator, Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware. Please email completed forms and supportive documents to Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware at lbroussard@csudh.edu. If you need assistance with forms, please call and leave a message at (310) 243-3561 or email Ms. Broussard-Ware.

The CSUDH campus Add/Drop Policy is noted on the Records and Registrations website. After students have reviewed this information and determined that they need to add or drop a course, CBAPP students may follow the instructions below.

Before the semester begins:

Week 1 through 3:

  • Between the start of classes and the end of the add/drop period of each semester, a student may withdraw online at my.CSUDH.edu. No instructor approval is required.
  • If a permission number is required to enroll, students shall contact the course instructor to obtain a permission number to add a course unless: 
    • Students attempting to enroll in 19-21 units must submit the Change of Program form with their advisor’s signature to admit@csudh.edu, and students trying to register in more than 21 units must submit the Change of Program Form form with the Associate Dean’s signature to admit@csudh.edu.
    • Students attempting to enroll with a time conflict must submit the Approval for Time Conflict form with the signatures of both instructors and the Late Registration Permission Number noted.  The Change of Program form is not necessary.
  • To drop a class: students drop via my.CSUDH.edu.

Week 4: 

  • To add a class: students shall complete the Change of Program Add/Drop form, and note which courses they are requesting to add or drop 
    • The student shall seek the instructor and Chair signatures via email or during faculty office hours, and the Associate Dean's signature (Email lbroussard@csudh.edu to obtain the Associate Dean's signature.)
  • To drop a class: students drop via my.CSUDH.edu. (Instructor and Program Chair’s signatures are no longer required.)

Week 5 through 11:

 

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Petition for Exception

Forms and petitions are coordinated by the Student Support Coordinator, Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware. Please email completed forms and supportive documents to Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware at lbroussard@csudh.edu. If you need assistance with forms, please call and leave a message at (310) 243-3561 or email Ms. Broussard-Ware.

The Petition for Exception form can be found at the links below or on the Records and Registration Office webpage. College of Business Administration and Public Policy students, may follow the steps below to submit a Petition for Exception.

  1. Download the form from the Registrar's website
  2. Read Petition for Exception instructions on the form
  3. Complete form (Confirm SID#)
  4. Submit your form to Ms. Lee Broussard-Ware to complete the process

Change of Program: Add/Drop Form

Petition for Exception Form

  

Student Academic Petitions Appeals Committee (SAPAC)

The SAPAC committee reviews students' petitions the third Tuesday of each month during the spring and fall semesters. Typically in January there is no meeting. Once the committee has met, it takes about two weeks for processing and students are then notified by mail with the results. 

Grade Appeal

Grade Appeal Instructions for Business Administration, Criminal Justice Administration, and Public Administration Undergraduate Students

Grounds for Appealing a Grade

A grade appeal is permitted when a student can show clear evidence that a grade was contrary to procedures as specified in the course syllabus, was based on prejudice, was capricious, or was the result of computational or clerical error.  The presumption is that the grades assigned are correct until there is a clear demonstration otherwise.  The burden of proof is heavy, and it rests with the student who is appealing.

Grade Appeal Process

1. You must seek to resolve the matter informally with the instructor of record or other appropriate individual.  For you to be able to proceed with a grade appeal, you must have met with the faculty member within the regular semester session of the time you knew or should have known of the problem or dispute, unless there is a prior agreement for extension between you and the Department Chair.

It is best to submit your grade appeal request to the instructor via email.  The email subject should be “Grade Appeal”.  In the body of the email, make sure to include the following:

  1. Your name as it is listed on the class roster
  2. The course number, including section
  3. A detailed description of why you believe you received a grade you did not deserve.

2. If an informal resolution with the instructor is not possible, students are advised to go to the Department Chair for further resolution. Please visit the College website to view the academic departments at

3. If the matter is not worked out informally within 15 classroom days to the satisfaction of the parties, you or your representative may send the grade appeal form to the Associate Dean and copy the Student Support Coordinator.

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Dr. Tayyeb Shabbir

Associate Dean

College of Business Administration & Public Policy

1000 E. Victoria Street, II 4200

Carson, CA 90747

Email to TSHABBIR@CSUDH.EDU and cc to LBROUSSARD@CSUDH.EDU

Your typewritten statement must contain the following:

  1. A clear statement of the problem.
  2. The specific action requested of the University; and
  3. Arguments to support your request.

4. Upon review of the grade appeal, Associate Dean Shabbir will convene with the faculty member and Department Chair and collect their statements. If after 15 classroom days has passed and a resolution is not satisfactory to all parties, the appeal will be forwarded to Student Grade Appeals Board Chair.

Chair of the Grade Appeals Committee
Provost’s Office, WH 440, (310) 243-3307