The University has moved advising away from the departments. All Undergraduate advising is conducted through the College of Health & Human Services Academic Advising & Resource Center (AARC): academic-advising or 562.985.2691.
Graduate Programs. Please contact Natalie Whitehouse -Capuano, the Accelerated Program Coordinator at (562) 985-5414 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Deby McGill, Health Care Administration Department Coordinator by phone at (562) 985-5694 or email at email@example.com.
The academic advising process is very important to any degree-seeking student at CSULB. Whether your academic plan is the pursuit of a BS or MS Degree, the Department of Health Care Administration faculty work toward assuring your success. Academic advising is a partnership between you and your advisor; you each have responsibilities in the advising process. You can help your advisor by: 1) having transcripts and other information available about prior coursework; 2) completing prerequisite all courses; preferably before or within 2 semesters of declaring the major or being admitted into the graduate program.
First, advising allows students the opportunity to know their academic options.
HCA offers four separate academic programs to meet the needs of all students:
Second, advising allows students to learn the requirements for their area of study.
You'll find specific program requirements outlined in the catalog. These requirements are also discussed by your advisor during academic advising.
Third, advising can bring awareness to students about college policies and procedures.
Finally, advising is essential to developing an academic plan.
An academic plan is your course of action outlining what courses you will need to take when and prepare you to graduate.
For specific advising information and forms, select one of the following levels of study:
To view HCA class schedules, please go the CSULB Schedule of Classes web site.
For information on GE requirements, go to the Academic Advising Center or call 562/985-2691.