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Once eligible for early registration, utilize it! Early registration significantly improves your chances of getting your preferred schedule. Early registration is completed through Titan Online and is definitely the preferred way to go. Most questions can be answered by watching the registration tutorial, and reviewing the registration guide.
You will receive your registration appointment date/time via email. To view your registration appointment, sign into your Portal and click the tab " New Titan Online " then access your " Student Center ". In you student center on the right under " Enrollment Dates " you will find the date and time you are schedule to register. Be sure to click on details for date and time.
If you are officially admitted to CSUF, you may use your Portal and the "New TITAN Online" registration system to register for classes. You will need your student identification number and 6-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN). For more detailed instructions on using New TITAN Online, refer to online registration guide. New Titan Online is available 24/7. You may register beginning at your assigned appointment time with unlimited access during the entire time of the Titian Period. If you need assistance with registration, please call the TITAN Help Line (657) 278-7601.
The class schedule is used for registration information and is found below. The study plan provides you with a list of courses required for the MSIT program.
To check if you have a hold on your registration go to your portal click on New Titan Online then click on the Student Center. If there is a hold on your registration it will have the name of the department and the number to call to request your hold be removed.
Due to the cohort nature of the program students who drop courses may have to stop attending the program and reapply for the next cohort. However, during the first through the second week of classes students must drop through Titan Online please speak with your advisor prior to dropping any courses. NOTE: Student must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 units each semester/term attended.
To drop a class after the second week of class you are required to obtain approval from the Instructor, Department Chair, and Assistant Dean. There are strict deadlines that need to be adhered to and they can be found online or in the registration guide.
Authorization to withdraw after the second week of classes shall be granted for only the most serious and compelling reason , e.g. a documented physical, medical, emotional, work related issues, or other condition which has the effect of limiting the student’s full participation in the class. Poor academic performance, e.g. lack of effort or poor attendance is not evidence of a serious reason for withdrawal.
The drop forms are located in the Admissions & Records Service Center in LH114. You must obtain the instructor’s, department chair’s, & assistant dean’s signature (in the order listed on the form).
The Department Chairs & Assistant Dean are: (Accounting, Dr. Chavis, SGMH4313) (Economics, Dr. Wong, SGMH3113) ( Finance, Dr. Chang, SGMH5113) (Information Systems, Dr. Kapoor, SGMH4113) (Management, Dr. Manoochehri, SGMH5313) (Marketing, Dr. Lange, SGMH5214) & (Assistant Dean, Triseinge Black, SGMH1201).
The deadlines and procedures for dropping a class can be found online through admissions and records either in the Calendar or Registration link. Question about refunds should be directed to Students Financial Services.
EXITING CSUF: We are sorry to see you leave CSUF and wish you the best in your future academic endeavors. If you decide to return at a later date you would need to reapply and resubmit all of your documents. Please keep in mind that if you are looking to take a semester off or need up to a year off you may consider petitioning for a leave of absence.
We are sorry to see you leave CSUF and wish you the best in your future academic endeavors. If you decide to return at a later date you would need to reapply and resubmit all of your documents. Please keep in mind that if you are looking to take a semester off or need up to a year off you may consider petitioning for a leave of absence.
To officially leave (dropout) CSUF you will: