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Majors and Careers Master’s Degrees Doctorate Basic Teaching Credentials Specialist and Service Credentials Certificate Programs Specialist Certificate Programs
Application Deadlines For Specific Programs The following departments only accept fall Applications : Art Communication Studies , Psychology Public, Health, Social Work, Spanish
Registration Fees REGISTRATION FEES he CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate. Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even after initial fee payments are made, to increase or modify any listed fees, without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by The Board of Trustees.* A fee increase of the State University Fee has been approved by the Board of Trustees on July 21st, 2009. Fees are subject to change without advance notice by the Trustees of the California State University System . UNDERGRADUATE FEES, RESIDENT STUDENT Fee 0-6 Units 6.1+ Units State University Fee (SUF) (required) $ 778.00 $ 1342.00 Mandatory Campus Fees (required) 270.00 270.00 TOTAL 1048.00 1612.00 CREDENTIAL FEES, RESIDENT STUDENTS (Qualified Programs Only: 100-199, 200, 435, 468 & 469)Fee 0-6 Units 6.1+ Units State University Fee (SUF) (required) $ 904.00 $ 1558.00 Mandatory Campus Fees (required) 270.00 270.00 TOTAL 1174.00 1828.00 POSTBACH/GRADUATE FEES, RESIDENT STUDENTS Fee 0-6 Units 6.1+ Units State University Fee (SUF) (required) $ 960.00 $ 1654.00 Mandatory Campus Fees (required) 270.00 270.00 TOTAL 1230.00 1924.00
Fees/Cost The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate. Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even after initial fee payments are made, to increase or modify any listed fees, without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by The Board of Trustees.* A fee increase of the State University Fee has been approved by the Board of Trustees on July 21st, 2009. Fees are subject to change without advance notice by the Trustees of the California State University System . UNDERGRADUATE FEES, RESIDENT STUDENT Fee 0-6 Units 6.1+ Units
Registration Periods &Fee Due Dates REGISTRATION PERIODS & FEE DUE DATES Registration Period Fees Due Dates Registration occurring from November 2 - 9, 2009 Fees due: November 21, 2009 Registration occurring from November 10 - 24, 2009 Fees due: December 8, 2009 Open Enrollment Period: November 25 - December 11, 2009 Prepayment of fees required Late Registration Period: December 14 - January 15, 2010 Prepayment of fees including late fee required
Degree Fees Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A) program requires an additional $140 per unit . Masters in Accountancy (M.S.A.) program requires an additional $140 per unit . Masters in Public Administration (M.P.A.) online courses require an additional $90 per unit . See Other Fees [or 2009-2010 Academic Year CSU Systemwide fees] DOCTORATE FEES, RESIDENT STUDENTSFee 0-6 Units 6.1+ Units State University Fee (SUF) (required) $ 2892.00 $ 2892.00 Mandatory Campus Fees (required) 270.00 270.00 TOTAL 3,162.00 3,162.00
Non-Resident and International Fees Nonresident and international Students Nonresident tuition is $248 per unit and $124 per 1/2 unit. Nonresident tuition is charged in addition to fees listed above for residents and applies to all nonresidents of California including international (visa) students . WICHE WUE (Western University Exchange Program) student participants pay 150% of the SUF fee and do not pay Non-resident fees . FEE PAYMENT PROCEDURES Early registration period It is the student’s responsibility to pay their registration fees by the due date. All students are responsible for paying their portion of their fees by their due date; this includes Financial Aid recipients and Housing students.
The Deadline To Submit Transcripts and other Required Documents from Freshmen These are the deadlines for Fall , Winter, and Spring . (First-time freshmen only)
Why should you go CSUSB? You should go because they have giving you a chance by giving an affordable price for great education. Also, they have a varieties of majors and careers just for you
Why am I going? I’m going because there is a program called the Military/Veterans Corner. That is a program that suites me because it is a program for kids like me who want to join the army or air force. Basically you can join to be any where in the battlefield!!!!!!!!! This is the future me
Transfer from lower and upper division There is 31 transfer from the lower division in San Bernardino. There is 150 upper division transfer in San Bernardino. The total is 181 transfers.
Scholarship for incoming Freshmen Albert K. & Marilyn Karnig Family Scholarship provides a $500 scholarship to a full-time incoming freshman with a minimum 3.5 GPA. Exceptional artistic or other talent may compensate for the absence of a 3.5 GPA.
Scholarships The CSUSB Financial Aid Office is now currently accepting scholarship applications for the 2010-2011 academic year. Scholarships are awarded to new and continuing students attending CSUSB. Most scholarships are administered by the CSUSB Financial Aid Office. Others are administered by department majors and associations. Applications and further information about them may be obtained by contacting the department or association. The deadline to apply is February 5, 2010.Applicants need only to complete the scholarship application once to be considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible. For further information, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (909) 537-5227.**2010-11 CSUSB Scholarship Application will be available on-line mid November 2009 (see Applications & Forms ) The deadline to submit your 2010-2011 CSUSB Scholarship is 5:00 pm Friday, February 5, 2010. Priority consideration will be given to students who submitted their applications by the deadline February 5, 2010.2010-2011 CSUSB Scholarship Workshops Day Date Time Location Wednesday Nov. 18 6 - 7 pm University Hall - Room 240 Tuesday Dec. 15 3 - 4 pm Commons - Pine Room Thursday Jan. 14 8 - 9 am Commons - Pine Room Friday Jan. 22 2 - 3 pm Commons - Pine Room Wednesday Jan. 27 10 - 11am Commons - Pine Room Monday Feb. 1 6 - 7 pm Commons - Pine Room
Do I Qualify Do I Qualify ? Meeting Admission Requirements Students must complete this A-G college preparatory pattern of courses with grades of “C” or better: A-G college preparatory requirements Subject Years English (English courses taken outside of the US do not count toward requirement) 4 years Math (Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II) 3 years Laboratory Science (1 Life, 1 Physical) 2 years Language other than English 2 years Visual/ Performing Art 1 year Social Science (1 US His/Am Govt , 1 World His/Geog/Cultures) 2 years Elective (any college prep course taken in addition to those above) 1 year Acceptable courses from your high school may be found at UC Doorways.
Eligibility Index Eligibility Index We will also use a combination of your high school college preparatory grade point average and your score from either the SAT or ACT. Your GPA and test score are used to determine an eligibility index.3.0 and above qualifies with any score Eligibility index for combining you GPA and test scores GPA ACT score SAT score* 2.99 10 510 2.80 14 660 2.65 17 780 2.40 22 980 2.25 25 1100 2.10 28 1220 2.00 30 1300 Below 2.0 does not qualify for regular admission.*The SAT score is based on the Critical Reading and Math scores only .Out-of-state/Non-resident students The eligibility index requirements for out-of-state, non-resident students are higher than for California residents. For non-resident students, a GPA of 3.61 or higher qualifies with any test score. A 2.45 is the minimum regular admission GPA . High School Graduation/Equivalency Applicants may satisfy the high school graduation requirement by submitting the California Certificate of Proficiency, the General Educational Development (GED) certificate or equivalent certificates awarded by other states.
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