Your selected major resides in one of Cal State East Bay's four academic colleges - contact the appropriate office to find out how you can contact your advisor:
Most academic departments offer their degree roadmap online and host a department website with more specific information, including how to get in contact and faculty office hours.
It's also students' responsibility to read the university catalog and to speak to their academic advisor for the most up-to-date information about major and graduation requirements.
There are many tools to assist students in determining what degree requirements have been completed and which ones are still needed to be fulfilled. By the end of your first semester at Cal State East Bay, you should also receive notification via your @horizon email, alerting you that your Degree Audit Report (DAR) has been completed. Once it is, you'll be able to access it through MyCSUEB in your Student Center. Be sure to review your DAR with your academic advisor!
Coursework should be 13 – 17 courses, and may be transferred from a community college or another university. Lower division GE, Second Course in English Composition (ENGL 200), and U.S. History, Constitution & American Ideas Code (US1, US2, US3) can be fulfilled from transferred community college courses. No more than 70 units from 2-year institutions can be counted toward the 120 minimum degree units for graduation.
Must be take after completion of A1, A2, A3, and B4; Junior standing (60+ units) is recommended. Upper division GE cannot be met at a community college.
Read the university catalog for detailed information about the university degree requirements and speak to your advisor.
CSU East Bay is invested in the success of all students and understands that various populations have unique needs. Below is a list of programs specifically designed for transfer students or are available to any eligible CSUEB students. See information about Transfer Student Program.
AACE provides career counseling, workshops, and events across the spectrum of career development and preparation, from career exploration and internship, to resume writing and salary negotiation. You can make an appointment with an AACE career counselor to discuss any of the following topics and more: