Obtain "change of curriculum" form in A101. Have it signed by the department of your current major, the department for your new major, and a college counselor in room C102.Return completed form to A101.
Go to late registration, usually held in room U219 during the first week of the semester. If the course you wish to add is open you may complete the change immediately.If the course is closed you must see a business dept. advisor who will assist you in making a change. For changes after the late registration period is over, see an advisor.
During the second week of the semester students should set up advisement appointment.During the appointment a business department advisor will help the student plan their next two academic semesters.
Students will receive registration information in the mail. They will also be informed of a specific date and time to register. In order to know what course to register for make sure to schedule an advisement appointment after the first week of the semester.
An Incomplete may be issued by a Professor when you have not completed all of the required work for a course or have not taken the final exam.If you receive an incomplete,
speak to your Professor as soon as possible. Do not register for the course again without
first speaking to the professor. A student has 6 months from the end of the semester to complete the missing work. If you do not complete the course at the end of 6 months the grade will be changed to an F. The impact of an F grade is explained below.
A WU grade is issued by a Professor due to excessive absence or lateness.It is equivalent to an F grade when your GPA is calculated.If a student retakes the course and earns an A, B, or C the WU will remain on the transcript but will no longer be averaged into the GPA.
An F grade is averaged into a student's GPA.If a student
retakes the course and earns an A, B, or C the F will remain on the transcript but will no longer be averaged into the GPA.
D grades are considered passing but are
not usually accepted for transfer credit at four year schools. Although students may retake the course to improve their GPA, the
original D grade will
continue to be averaged into their GPA.
What is the proper procedure for resolving class problems?Students having a problem in a class should speak to their instructor directly either before or after class or during the instructor's office hours. If speaking to the professor fails to solve the problem the student may make an appointment to see the Chair of the Business Department in room M 355 or their academic advisor.