Need to speak to someone about picking a class, major, or career path in business? Need help with documentation or other college forms? The CBE offers advisement resources tailored to your need.
CBE Student Service Center
Students should make an appointment with a Student Services Center advisor when they wish to discuss the following:
- Choosing/declaring a major, option or concentration
- Switching options within a major
- Course selection and planning
- Graduation applications
- Disqualification or other academic difficulties
The CBE Student Services Center offers academic advisement and placement services for undergraduate CBE students. The staff can help with forms, course selection, and understanding university or course requirements as well as help with obtaining internships and career positions. Students must make an appointment to see an advisor.
Graduate Student Advisement
Graduate students are advised by the department faculty listed under Faculty Advisement.
Roadmaps to Graduation (Semester)
Roadmaps to Graduation (Quarter)
The "Graduation Roadmaps" are suggested course plans by major and option to facilitate timely graduation of students. These roadmaps are easy-to-follow guides with built-in sequences of course work needed for the degree. You should select the plan that best suits you. The attached "Course Schedules" cover attempted course offerings by the Department for the next two years, quarter by quarter. You may find from these schedules the information for the day and time of the courses you intend to take based on the roadmap you select.
In general, Finance and Real Estate students should take their major courses as quickly as possible (without overloading), to be competitive for internships and job market interviews. Don't delay these courses; you need to know Finance to be competitive for internships and interviews. See the recommended schedules below.
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Faculty Advisors consult with students who are interested in
- Option or program information and requirements
- Course content and academic planning
- Post-graduate studies