Advising

ACADEMIC ADVISING

Please make sure you touch base with an advisor at least one time this semester. Your first appointment can be held with a Peer advisor (only available during the regular school year). The peer advisors can tell you: if you are taking the correct Psychology courses, determine if the Psychology courses you have taken will fulfill the requirements for the Psychology degree, and make substitution requests*.


*After reviewing your academic requirements page, if you find that you have not received credit for a course you completed you will need to let an advisor know, so that we can make a substitution request for you. The most common substitution requests are for MAT 131/132 and lower division courses that are transferred from other colleges (e.g., PSY 101, 230, 235, 240).


Helpful Resources (Catalog, Roadmaps, and Major Advising Worksheet)

The year you began your studies at CSUDH is your catalog year. 


If you need assistance selecting classes for next term you have many options. 

  • Peer Advisor
    Schedule a meeting with an advanced psychology major, a peer advisor (only available during the regular Fall and Spring semesters)
  • Major Advisor
    Dr. L. Mark Carrier, Chair of the Psychology Department, call Psychology department to schedule an appointment: 310-243-3427.
  • College Advisor
    Mo Chatterji, Academic Advisor, call Psychology department to schedule an appointment: 310-243-3427.
  • NBS Student Success Center
    Information and New Location Forthcoming…for now please contact the University Advisement Center (UAC) www.csudh.edu/UAC

PEER ADVISING WILL RESUME FALL 2022


The Psychology Department advising takes via Zoom appointment. Click on the links to make an appointment with a Peer Advisor. 

Students who are contemplating or have decided upon a major or minor in psychology or who have interest in taking psychology courses as electives should see an advisor at their first opportunity. It is in each students best interest to see an advisor at least once a semester.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Carl Sneed