Advising is critical for your academic success and ensures you are on track for graduation. This site will help you navigate the advising process starting with the CNS Advising Center and through your faculty advisors.
How to Make an Advising Appointment:
- If you have completed less than 30 units should make an appointment with a Professional Advisor at CSUSB Advising by phone (909) 537-5034 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you have completed more than 30 units but less than 60, you should make an appointment with an advisor at the College of Natural Sciences (CNS) Professional Advising Center. To make an appointment with an Advisor, please visit the CNS Professional Advising Center, located in UH-362 and schedule an appointment or by calling (909) 537-7345 or email email@example.com. You may also visit CNS Professional Advising Center's website for *Virtual appointments* request.
Please meet with a CSE Faculty advisor if you have more than 60 units. Check the 2022-2023 Advising List to find your advisor. (If you do not see your name on the Advising list, please contact the CSE Department office).
Note: To make an appointment with your faculty advisor, please check your Faculty Advisor contact information and contact via email.
Preparing for an Advising Appointment:
Please contact your faculty advisor for office hours and to make an appointment. Degree program information for the School of Computer Science and Engineering can be found in the CSUSB Bulletin.
Before attending an advising appointment with a faculty member please review the videos below to help prepare you for your appointment.
- BS Computer Engineering Roadmap - Flowchart - Bulletin
- BS Computer Science Roadmap - Flowchart - Bulletin
- BS Bioinformatics Roadmap - Flowchart - Bulletin
- BA Computer Systems Bulletin
- MS Computer Science Bulletin (Graduate Students should see the CSE Graduate Coordinator)
- CSE Tentative Schedule 2020-25
What is PAWS?
PAWS is an automated credit summary, for undergraduate degrees, that provides students with a listing of all coursework required for graduation from CSUSB. It allows students to map out their course selection at any point in their academic career by comparing the classes they have taken or are now taking to those they will need to take in order to complete their undergraduate degree program. Students will receive an email notification sent to their CSUSB Email, once their PAWS is ready for review. Once notified, students will need to log into MyCoyote to view and print a copy of their PAWS report.
Allows you to check which class are offered by term and various filters:
- Course Subject
- Course Number
- Instruction Mode
Preparing to Graduate
Undergraduate students must file a Graduation Requirement Check (Grad Check) with the Office of the Registrar when they have completed 90 semester units towards their degree. This service is now available online through your MyCoyote Student Center. Graduate students must request a Grad Check at least one term prior to their expected graduation.
For more information regarding the online Graduation Check process, please visit the Office of the Registrar Graduation Requirement Check website or click the button above.
Transfer and Articulation System (ASSIST)
ASSIST (Articulation System Stimulating Interinstitutional Student Transfer) is the official repository of articulation for California's public colleges and universities providing the most accurate and up-to-date information available about student transfer in California. ASSIST is a student-transfer information system that displays reports of how course credits earned at one California Community College can be applied when transferred to a California State University or University of California campus.
ASSIST is available at www.assist.org.
The STEM Center is a grant-funded project whose mission is to increase graduation and retention for students pursuing STEM fields while providing the proper resources and tools for student success at CSUSB and beyond. Our goal is to empower and boost student self-efficacy through a holistic advising model.
At the STEM Center, students are paired with an academic advisor to help them with all their academic needs. Students meet with their assigned advisor throughout the academic year to review academic goals and progress, career goals, and resources to enhance their undergraduate experience
Phone: (909) 537-4223
The Career Center is committed to helping students achieve their personal and professional goals. The range of services includes career counseling to identify career, educational, and personal goals. The Handshake technology platform connects students with internships, jobs and career opportunities.
Advising Sheets for Quarter Completers
In fall 2020, the campus converted from quarter to semester. For more detailed information and updates about the conversion, please visit the Q2S Conversion website.
As of September 1, 2020, the Semester Conversion Office has closed. As a result, this site is no longer being maintained. If you need assistance, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and your email will be routed to someone who can help.
Quarter to Semester Conversion
The CSE Faculty are here to assist you in reaching your academic success. The Department's goal is to help our quarter completers graduate in a timely manner.