Undergraduate Advising Services provides comprehensive academic advising regarding major and minor programs, general education, academic policies and procedures, probation regulations, and reinstatement to all admitted undergraduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Education and School of Nursing at California State University San Marcos.
Your DPR can be found in the Student Center in your MyCSUSM account under the Academics heading as "Degree Progress". The DPR is designed to assist students and academic advisors in monitoring and tracking degree requirements. The DPR is not an academic transcript or an official notification of completion of degree requirements. Students are responsible for meeting all requirements for their degree and are encouraged to work with an academic advisor to monitor progress. It is recommended that students run this report frequently for the most current information.
College of Arts and Sciences: CoAS is the academic heart of California State University San Marcos (CSUSM). It is home to several core disciplines in the arts and humanities, natural and physical sciences, social and behavioral sciences, mathematics, and many interdisciplinary programs. Virtually every CSUSM undergraduate takes courses in the College: CoAS delivers instruction to well over 75% of CSUSM's students - in degree programs or in General Education courses. We currently offer 25 Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BS) degree programs, 32 minors, and 8 Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Science (MS) degree programs. The College is also the home of CSUSM's General Education program, which serves all undergraduate students with coursework designed to develop broad basic knowledge and valuable skills.
COBA is committed to providing rigorous and relevant educational programs that reflect a balance of theoretical and applied learning. This is achieved through collaborative relationships between faculty, staff, students and the community.
The mission of faculty and the staff of the School of Nursing is to prepare students for a career in professional nursing that focuses on assisting patients/clients to achieve health or health-related goals and to transition from a disease oriented to a health oriented system of healthcare. Faculty assist students who acquire general knowledge from sciences and arts and specific knowledge and skills from nursing practice and theories and to assume nursing leadership roles. These professional nursing roles are practiced as a provider of care, teacher, advocate, coordinator of care, and member of the profession. Faculty articulate a philosophy of nursing in which nurses provide healthcare for culturally and ethnically diverse individuals, groups, families and communities in hospitals, homes and community based settings.
The mission of the College of Education Community is to collaboratively transform public education by preparing thoughtful educators and advancing professional practices. We are committed to diversity, educational equity, and social justice, exemplified through reflective teaching, life-long learning, innovative research, and ongoing service. Our practices demonstrate a commitment to student centered education, diversity, collaboration, professionalism, and shared governance.