CBAPP Advising Staff


CBAPP Undergraduate Advisement Center
Phone: (310) 243-3561
Office: SBS A-319 

Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Final appointments must begin one hour prior to closing. Appointment times may vary from the Center's Office hours noted above.


Academic Advisement

Advisement is available to undergraduate students with a major or minor declared within the following disciplines: Applied Studies, Business, Criminal Justice, and Public Administration.

An appointment is required to see an Advisor.

There are no same-day, or drop-in appointments available.


Current Students

Students are urged to meet with an Advisor each semester before registration to ensure concentration and graduation requirements are met. Students may contact the CBAPP Undergraduate Advisement Center with general questions. During advising, students will receive detailed information regarding their major and graduation requirements, transfer of credit, and special circumstances and conditions.

Schedule an Appointment

Concentration Information

Permission Numbers

Transfer Students

Newly admitted transfer students are required to register for New Student Orientation (NSO) prior to scheduling an individual appointment with an Advisor or enrolling in classes. If you have any additional questions please call the CBAPP Undergraduate Advisement Center. Students wishing to receive credit for courses taken at other institutions must receive approval from an Advisor.

Register for New Student Orientation (NSO)


Business Program  Criminal Justice Administration


Advisory Notes
1) During registration periods, the demand to see an Advisor is very high. Because of this, the CBAPP Advisement Center becomes very busy and waits can be long. We recommend that students arrive at least fifteen minutes before their scheduled appointment.

2) Plan ahead and schedule an appointment 3-5 weeks before your assigned registration. Students can view their assigned registration time on MyCSUDH.

3) Your Advisor will focus on the requirements of your major or minor only. Therefore, students should meet with an Advisor in the University Advisement Center first to have general education requirements checked before meeting with the CBAPP Advisor. No appointment is necessary from 2 p.m. to close. For further information, visit their website:

University Advicement Center


CBAPP Quick Questions 
If you have a quick question, send an email to: Be sure to include your name, campus ID number and state your question clearly. You'll generally get a response in 24-48 hours.


Meet the Advisors




Albert Carpenter
Academic Advisor
Business Administration




April Uhlig
Academic Advisor
Business Administration




Daryl Evans
Academic Advisor
Business Administration




George Abraham
Academic Advisor
Applied Studies, Criminal Justice, Public Administration




Ineki Fike
Academic Advisor
Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Applied Studies




Loren Edwards
Academic Advisor
General Education




Nina Cerna
Retention Advisor

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