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  • University Organization | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog General Information University Organization The CSU System Overview Trustees Office of the Chancellor Campuses Map Funding CSUMB Administration CSUMB operates under the direction of a president appointed by the CSU Board of Trustees as the chief executive officer of the campus The president develops campus policy through broadly based consultative procedures that include students faculty staff and administrators in decision making The CSUMB Academic Senate and its Academic Senate Executive Committee made up of elected representatives of the faculty recommend academic policy to the president through a shared governance process The university divides its operations into administrative divisions each under the direction of a vice president President Provost VP Student Affairs VP Administration Finance VP University Development AVP for HR Academic Personnel AVP for University Affairs AVP for Inclusive Excellence Download a campus wide organizational chart Colleges and Departments Within the Academic Affairs administrative division six colleges oversee CSUMB s academic operations Each college includes several academic units

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  • Complaint Procedure | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Fees Financial Aid Academic Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog General Information Complaint Procedure The California State University takes very seriously complaints and concerns regarding the institution If you have a complaint regarding the CSU you may present your complaint as follows 1 If your complaint concerns CSU s compliance with academic program quality and accrediting standards you may present your complaint to the Western Association of Schools and Colleges WASC at http www wascsenior org comments WASC is the agency that accredits the CSU s academic program 2 If your complaint concerns an alleged violation by CSU of a state law including laws prohibiting fraud and false advertising you may present your claim to the campus president The president or her designee will provide guidance on the appropriate campus process for addressing your particular issue If you believe that your complaint warrants further attention after you have exhausted all the steps

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  • Tuition & Fees | Cal State Monterey Bay
    University Organization Complaint Procedure Costs Aid Tuition Fees Financial Aid Academic Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Costs Aid Tuition Fees As one of the 23 member campuses in the California State University system CSUMB charges standardized registration tuition and fees including nonresident tuition fee along with a handful of campus specific fees These pages describe the tuition and fees and related procedures 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 fees are initially charged or initial fee payments are made to increase or modify any listed fees All listed fees other than mandatory systemwide fees are subject to change 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 the Chancellor or the Presidents as appropriate Changes in mandatory systemwide fees will be made in accordance with the requirements of the Working Families Student Fee Transparency and Accountability Act Sections 66028 66028 6 of the Education Code The following reflects applicable systemwide fees for semester campuses These rates are subject to change 2015 16 Tuition Deadlines Past Years Tuition Fees Fee Waivers Payments Refunds Debts owed Health Insurance Student Body Fee Contact Campus Service Center a satellite cashier station Student Services Building First Floor 100

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  • Financial Aid | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Search Search Catalog 2015 2016 Catalog Menu Toggle navigation User s Guide General Information Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Costs Aid Tuition Fees Financial Aid Academic Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Costs Aid Financial Aid The following pages provide students and parents with official information about financial aid available at CSUMB You will find more detailed information and services on the Financial Aid website Financial aid at CSUMB consists of grants scholarships work study funds and loans Funds come from a variety of sources including federal state and private organizations and the university itself With the exception of scholarships all financial aid awards are based on financial need as determined by federal and state formulas The FAFSA website provides everything you need except the CSUMB code which is 032603 Your completed FAFSA forms cannot be submitted before January 1 The priority financial aid application deadline date is March

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  • Undergraduate Programs | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Public Art World Languages Cultures Minors Anthropology Biology Business Administration Chemistry Chicana o Studies Cinematic Arts Communication Design Community Health Education Computer Science Creative Writing Social Action Education Environmental Health Policy Environmental Science Environmental Studies Global Studies Health Wellness Hispanic Cultures History Human Communication Human Development Human Movement International Health Policy Japanese Culture History Japanese Language Culture Journalism Media Studies Latin American Studies Mathematics Music Nonprofit Management Peace Studies Pre Law Psychology Service Learning Leadership Social Work Sociology Spanish Language Hispanic Cultures Statistics Visual Public Art Writing Rhetoric AA T and AS T Transfer Programs The Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act SB 1440 Padilla signed into legislation on September 29 2010 enables the California Community Colleges and California State University to collaborate on the creation of Associate in Arts Degree AA and Associate in Science AS Degree transfer programs This new law requires community colleges to grant an associate degree for transfer to a student once a student has met specified general education and major requirements for the degree Upon completion of the associate degree the student is eligible for transfer with junior standing into the California State University CSU system Students are given guaranteed admission into the California State University CSU system and further are given priority consideration when applying to a particular program that has accepted the student s community college major as appropriate preparation for completion of the baccalaureate The law prohibits the CSU from requiring a transferring student to repeat courses similar to those taken at the community college that counted toward their associate degree for transfer Read more The following CSUMB Degree Programs accept AS T or AA T certified students AA T AS T Program CSUMB Degree Program Anthropology Social Behavioral Sciences B A concentration in Anthropology Art History Visual Public Art B A

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  • Graduate Programs | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Programs Course Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Academic Programs Graduate Programs Graduate Degrees Applied Marine Watershed Science M S Education M A Master of Business Administration Instructional Science Technology M S Management IT M S Marine Science M S Master of Social Work Graduate Requirements Advancement to Degree Candidacy Once you have completed matriculation and received classified standing in a master s degree curriculum you must be advanced to candidacy prior to receiving your degree You may be advanced to candidacy after completing a minimum of 15 credits of graded work as a graduate student in courses that are acceptable to the respective graduate degree program After satisfactory completion of any required examinations and satisfaction of the criteria noted above you and your advisor should submit the Request for Advancement to Candidacy form listing all remaining courses and other requirements which you must fulfill to receive your degree This must be done prior to your last semester Course Credit Time Limit The California Code of Regulations Section 40510 b 2 Title 5 Education requires that no more than seven years may elapse between the day you complete the first course in a master s degree program and the date you complete all requirements for the degree Validation of Expired Coursework In conjunction with an approved extension of the time limit for completing your master s degree you must validate expired courses by registration examination or other appropriate means Expired courses are those taken seven years or more prior to the date of graduating with your master s degree You must submit any request

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  • Certificate Programs | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Financial aid Housing Rates Meal Plans How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Catalog 2015 2016 Catalog Menu Toggle navigation User s Guide General Information Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Costs Aid Tuition Fees Financial Aid Academic Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Academic Programs Certificate Programs CSUMB awards a variety of credit and non credit certificate programs which are available through both campus and Extended Continuing education units Many certificate programs are designed in cooperation with professional societies and industries to provide either entry level knowledge and skills or professional growth and development Most certificate programs are comprised of multiple courses and the certificate is awarded upon successful completion of all required coursework by matriculated students Applied Behavioral Analysis Science Illustration National Board of Professional Teaching Standard Is there anything

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  • Course Descriptions | Cal State Monterey Bay
    2016 Catalog Menu Toggle navigation User s Guide General Information Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Costs Aid Tuition Fees Financial Aid Academic Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Academic Programs Course Descriptions Subject Code Description ASL American Sign Language BIO Biology BUS Business CHEM Chemistry CHHS Collaborative Health Human Services CHIN Chinese CART Cinematic Arts Technology CST Computer Science Technology ED Education ENSTU Environmental Studies ENVS Environmental Science Technology Policy FYS First Year Seminar GEOL Geology GPP Government Politics and Policy GS Global Studies HCOM Human Communication HDEV Human Development HOSP Hospitality HSP Health Social Policy ISSM Integrated Studies Special Major IST Instructional Science Technology ITAL Italian JAPN Japanese KIN Kinesiology LING Linguistics LS Liberal Studies MAE Master of Arts in Education MATH Mathematics MLML Moss Landing Marine Lab MPA Music Performing Arts MSCI Marine Science NURS Nursing PANM Public Administration Nonprofit Management PH Public Health PHYS Physics PSY

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