Advising is offered to students at all points in their undergraduate student journey, whether they know exactly what they want to do or they are still undecided.
All freshman students with a business major are assigned to a dedicated freshman adviser. Advisers support their students’ academic needs while outlining for them the requirements of their liberal studies core, business and selected concentration.
Sophomores With an Undeclared Business Concentration
Students who are uncertain about their area of study after their freshman year are assigned to an undeclared academic adviser. The adviser works with students to explore the different concentrations and academic requirements while cultivating personal interests and skills.
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors With a Declared Business Concentration
Once students have selected a concentration, they are assigned a faculty adviser in their area of interest or a related area. The adviser reviews academic requirements and enriches students’ understanding of their specialty throughout their undergraduate studies.
Students With a Business Minor
Students who minor in business are assigned an academic adviser, though they are not required to meet each semester. The adviser is available to meet with students to ensure their academic needs are being met and that they are on track to graduate.
Academic and faculty advisers meet with students each semester to discuss their academic and career goals and make sure they are on track to graduate.