College of Business & Economics
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The faculty in the College of Business and Economics advise students on all aspects of their undergraduate program and serve as a resource for assisting students in meeting their career goals. Through our Academic Advising Program, each student is assigned a faculty adviser when they are admitted to the college as either pre-majors or majors.
All students must meet with their adviser prior to their course registration date. At that time, your adviser will remove the advising hold from your account so that you may register. Students in the e-Business major and the PMBA Concentration should note that not all courses are offered each semester. The following information will help you as you develop your academic plan.
Please take the following into consideration when developing your academic plan. Use this information along with the pre-requisites for various courses to ensure that your academic plan is feasible.
|Course Number||Course Title||Semester|
|EBTM 367||e-Business Infrastructure||Fall Only|
|EBTM 446||Business Intelligence||Fall Only|
|EBTM 462||Project Quality and Six-Sigma||Fall Only|
|EBTM 431||Advanced e-Business||Spring Only|
|EBTM 450||Project, Program and Portfolio Management||Spring Only|
The EBTM 491 (e-Business Directed Reading) and 495 (e-Business Independent Study) courses allow students to study a special area of e-business that is not currently offered as an individual course. Similarly, EBTM 492 (PMBA Directed Reading) and 496 (PMBA Independent Study) courses allow students to study a special area of Project Management and Business Analysis that is not currently offered as an individual course.
If you wish to take EBTM 491/492/495/496, you will need to fill out the appropriate forms and have them approved prior to registering for these courses.