advising is offered through college office and faculty advisers.
Students are responsible for arranging advising appointments and
for meeting all graduation requirements. To facilitate student planning,
computerized degree audits are available to all students each year,
indicating progress toward graduation requirements. The college's
Web site, www.cba.bgsu.edu,
provides additional information and advice, and students may view
their degree audits at http://my.bgsu.edu.
Student advising is offered in the college office by Undergraduate
Studies in Business. The director, assistant director and academic
adviser are available to all College of Business Administration
students, students from other colleges and prospective students.
Students who are undecided or specializing in general business in
the bachelor of science in business administration are assigned
to Undergraduate Studies in Business, but may also seek advising
from department and program faculty.
Studies in Business advisers discuss career and educational goals,
program requirements and suitable courses. The advisers meet with
high school students and students from other colleges and universities
who are interested in transferring to the College of Business Administration.
Advisers are available for appointments throughout the calendar
year (even when classes are not in session). Contact the college
office for more information or to make an appointment (371 Business
College of Business Administration students who have declared an
area of specialization in the bachelor of science in business administration
other than general business or have declared the bachelor of science
in economics are also assigned a faculty adviser in the student's
specialization or in economics. Students meet with faculty advisers
to discuss course selections, degree and specialization requirements,
careers, internships, job opportunities and student organizations.
Faculty advisers also meet with other current and prospective students
regarding the College of Business Administration programs and courses.
Business administration students who want to appeal for exceptions
to academic requirements, policies or procedures may submit a written
appeal to the college's Board of Appeals. For further information
contact Undergraduate Studies in Business (371 Business Administration,
concerning grade appeals, see Grading