You may choose any undergraduate course (100-499 level) to take as an elective as you have not already taken the course, transferred similar credits to CSU-Global, and it is not considered a Capstone class. You are able to select elective courses based on personal preference, professional interest, etc. You can view courses offered by visiting the “courses of instruction” section in the academic catalog.
Undergraduate students who have several elective credits to fulfill may want to look at adding a specialization to their program. A specialization is a set of five courses (15 credits) focused on a specific subject area. You can find more information about specializations through the CSU-Global website. Note: Not all specializations are available to all programs.
Graduate level students don't typically have elective courses required to complete their program. The exception is Master of Professional Accounting students. For your elective options, please visit the academic catalog.