The College of Business
Administration is committed to providing quality programs. This
includes academic advising of business students by our faculty, who are
well qualified and genuinely care that our students enhance their
intellectual and personal development through the advising process.
Faculty advisors are assigned based on students' major programs.
Faculty advisors will assist students
with many issues and students should plan to meet with their advisors to
discuss such things as course requirements, being accepted to the business
program, careers and professions related to their majors, concerns about
academic achievement, and graduate education. Faculty advisor
assignment is found in the WINGS Student Center.
The information in this portion of the CBA
Web site is focused on providing information about appropriately
scheduling the business core and major requirements. The important things
about which students have to take notice are the Pre-Business Core Requirement and the Professional Core Courses. Students may find
this helpful as they plan schedules at registration time.
The advising programs are based on year in school. Choose your status:
For more information about the
Pre-Business Core Requirement and the Professional Core Requirement,
choose from below:
All degree requirements are otherwise found in the university catalog and students may also find the
CBA check sheets (dispensed outside 223 and in
138 Wimberly Hall) especially helpful as they provide a complete list of course requirements for all business majors. Your
Advisement Report is run for your currently declared major. If you need assistance to interpret your
report, see your faculty advisor. For additional information contact Ms. Becky Vianden, Assistant to the Dean.
1. As soon
as the class schedules are available for the next semester, make an appointment
to see your advisor. Your advising appointment should be at least a week before
your scheduled registration time. Feel free to seek advice during other times
during the semester.
ENG 110 and MTH 145 as soon as possible, since they are prerequisites for other
CBA core courses.
3. ECO 110
and 120 should be completed in the Freshman year.
should be aware of the University's Drop/Add Policies and Probation/Retention
Standards as stated in the University Catalog.
Academic Advising Center (AAC)
For students currently undecided on a major or interested in changing majors.
College of Liberal Studies (CLS)
For students who have or are interested in a liberal studies major or minor.
College of Science and Health (SAH)
For students who have or are interested in a science or health major or minor.
Disability Resource Services (DRS)
Office of Financial Aid
Office of International Education (OIE)
Office of Multicultural Student Services (OMSS)
Student Support Services (SSS)
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