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Common registration errors & permission numbers

Learn about myNorthridge and the SOLAR Student Center by using the How to Guides for Students. Each self-service guide walks you through the navigation and features of the system, including how to add classes, wait lists, and use permission numbers, among other things.
In the fall and spring semesters, the wait list feature in the self-service registration system helps students to reserve a place on a waiting list for closed classes. Waiting lists begin during the Nonrestrictive Registration period and run through the first week of school. When a seat becomes available in a class section and all conditions are met, students who are on the wait list will be automatically enrolled. Visit the Wait List for Closed Classes page for more updates and guidance.
Students who are unable to enroll in their 300-level Business core courses at Nazarian College may be entitled to request a permission number from the Associate Dean’s wait list page before or after their registration appointment. Visit the 300-Level Company Core Registration page for more information.

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Tseng College classes are Continuing Education Unit (CEU)-based self-enrichment and professional development courses. Courses that do not include academic credit or unit value are still reported in a student’s academic record, but their performance has little impact on the student’s overall daily university grade point average. Most Certificates of Advanced Professional Development, however, need a minimum grade point average.
Courses, conferences, workshops, and certificate programs are also available to meet the professional growth and career needs of individuals and organizations. Following the course’s unit value, the term CEU is used to identify these 900-level courses. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are awarded to students in these schools (CEUs). 10 hours of class attendance equals one CEU. In the California State University system, CEUs cannot be converted to academic credit units.
Cohort-based degree and graduate credit credential programs have their own enrollment policies and procedures. For more questions, call the Tseng College registration office at (818) 677-2504.

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Cal State Northridge’s Special Education Department issues permission numbers for the following courses:

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For students who have not been accepted into a Credential Program:

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You will need a permission number if you have not been accepted to a certification program but have been recommended to participate in SPED 420.

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Non-credential applicants who appear on the SPED 420 Approved list will obtain permission numbers from the department.

How to enroll in a course using a permission number

The academic advisor places students on this approved list.

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Courses in fieldwork and student teaching:

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Entrance and Exit Courses for Induction Credentials:

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Courses for Master’s Core Requirements: Master’s Culminating Experience Courses include: Other courses shouldn’t necessitate a permission number, but they can if: If you need permission for a course that isn’t on this list, please double-check the following things before writing: Here’s where you can get a Permission Number.

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Enrolling in prerequisites, corequisites, and part classes (such as those with a lecture, debate, and lab):>

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As an example, consider CHEM 101: Look for the Lecture class you want to take in your SOLAR portal. You will be given two choices for your weekly Discussion meeting after you find the section number for the class and confirm that it is open for enrollment (green dot=seats available, blue square=class full/closed). You must choose one and, in addition to the Lecture and Lab, you will be responsible for attending the discussion once a week. You can then enter the section number for the Lab of your choosing once you’ve picked both the Lecture and Discussion and placed them in your “shopping cart.” Any CHEM 101 Lab that suits your schedule and has seats available will suffice. You can add the class to your cart and finish enrolling once you’ve found a Lab that suits your schedule and doesn’t clash with any other classes you’re already enrolled in or expect to enroll in at the same time.

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