The Mihaylo Business Advising Center aspires to be a regional leader in innovative advising that facilitates students success. We empower, support, and guide our business students through developmental advising and collaborative partnerships across the university to ensure our students' transition into university-level learning and the achievement of their academic goals.
To make sure that new students start off on the right track, all newly-admitted students to the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics are required to visit with an advisor before registering for their first semester courses. A registration hold is placed on their first semester's registration.
New First Time Freshman (FTF) are required to attend a New Student Orientation (NSO) to remove their registration hold and transition successfully into CSUF and Mihaylo College.
Transfer students are required to complete three steps upon admission to remove their registration hold and transition successfully into CSUF and Mihaylo College.
One of the goals of the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics (MCBE) is to promote the development of ethically responsible students who will become future professionals in business, economics and other related fields. As responsible members of the Mihaylo College community, students are expected to adhere to the highest standards of academic integrity and overall ethical conduct. To insure that all Mihaylo College students are aware of these standards, the faculty of the Mihaylo College adopted a policy that mandates students fulfill the Mihaylo College Ethics requirement by acknowledging the Mihaylo College Student Code of Ethics, become familiar with the policies and practices related to academic dishonesty and plagiarism, and demonstrate competency in these areas by passing the Mihaylo College Ethics Quiz.
If you are meeting with an advisor, you must first complete the Ethics Requirements.
For more information on how to fulfill the Mihaylo College Ethics Requirement, please go to: www.business.fullerton.edu/ethics
If you would like to view a summary of the degree requirements and a download a copy of a pre-requisite sheet, please go to any of the following:
The TITAN Degree Audit (TDA) is an important advising tool and resource for students at Cal State Fullerton. The TDA report includes your general education and major requirements as well as other unit and scholastic requirements. To obtain your TDA, go to TITAN Online through your Student Portal and select Student Academics. Learn more about the TDA here . You may also review the online tutorial here .
The undergraduate Faculty Mentors in the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics are designated faculty who are available to answer the questions you have about each of our concentrations and how the concentration fits your professional interests. Mihaylo College also offers a “Prepare to Declare” workshop each semester where you will hear from advisors and peers in each of the concentrations to assist you with choosing and declaring your concentration. In addition, you can connect with a Career Advisor in Career Services to explore your career options
Students in the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics first enter their major as prebusiness, pre-economics or pre-international majors, whether they are entering freshmen, transfers, or returning students. Before proceeding to Upper Division Concentration Courses, a student must declare a concentration. Once you have declared your concentration you will be assigned a "Faculty Mentor". Learn more here .
If you are planning to take Math 130 or 135, Business Calculus, you need to know about the prerequisite requirements and the Mathematics Qualifying Exam. Please visit this site to learn more about the procedures, deadlines, exemptions and fees.
Cal State Fullerton has established transfer equivalencies for business courses at the community colleges in the neighboring area. If you would like to see a complete articulation for the entire state of California, please visit the Assist web site at www.assist.org
Most courses have prerequisites and/or corequisites. A prerequisite is a course or courses that must be taken before another. In some cases, it may be stipulated that the prerequisite course be completed with a minimum grade. A corequisite is a course that may be taken concurrently. It is each students' responsibility to make sure that they meet prerequisite or corequisite requirements. Students who do not meet requirements may be administratively dropped from the course.
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