REQUESTING COURSE OVERLOADS VIRTUALLY
The following file is the instruction that the Office of the Registrar, in conjunction with IT, have built an online add process for courses needing permission from faculty and chairs to register.
COURSE SUBSTITUTION REQUEST
Review request can be submitted again starting March 1, 2020.
If a student wants to request a course substitution, they should email the Liberal Studies Coordinator, Professor Kelly Straight Dortch (firstname.lastname@example.org). The student needs to email from a student email account (i.e. coyote.csusb.edu) not a personal account.
The request must be specific and provide expressed authorization from the student for the Coordinator to make changes to their PAWS report. The quoted verbiage below is expressed authorization.
Students requesting a substitution with a course completed at a Community College or other Four-Year University that is not CSUSB must attach the following documents for a complete transfer-course review:
- Syllabus of the completed or in-progress course
- Official course description from the catalog term and year of course enrollment
- If syllabus is unavailable, course assignments that speak to the course goals and learning outcomes
Good Morning Coordinator Dortch,
"I, [student name & ID], would like to seek a substitution of [course required by major] for [course completed or in-progress] completed [term and institution]. If approved, I grant Professor Dortch permission to make the necessary changes to my PAWS report. I understand that any substitution may make me ineligible to meet the Basic Skills Proficiency Coursework Requirements or the Subject Matter Competency Coursework Requirements set by the College of Education. "
Thank you for your consideration in this matter. I look forward to hearing from you.
Please note that all emails must be from the official CSUSB email address to be considered.
- Request For Live Scan Form
- Multiple Subject Credential Program Admissions Application
- Forms at Office of Registrar
- UPDATED! Dear Integrated scholars, we have worked with the College of Education and the Credential Program Admissions team to create an online Phase I Credential Program Consent Form. Please fill this out with the requested information and the form will automatically go out the Liberal Studies Programs Coordinator and then to the Credential Admissions administrator processing your application. Make sure you use your official student email!