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Welcome! <br />College of Business Administration<br />
<ul><li>Make certain you keep your email and contact information up-to-date at https://my.ucf.edu/
E-mail is the means of communication in the College of Business: </li></ul>your name@knights.ucf.edu<br />College of Busin...
Advising is an integral part of a student’s academic success.  The university <br />has developed an advising structure th...
At the completion of the second semester, freshmen students will be transitioned to their college advising offices through...
Sophomore and second year freshmen students who have not yet chosen a specific major (Undeclared) receive assistance from ...
What does “Restricted Access” mean?<br />You have been admitted to the University of Central Florida, NOT to the College o...
College of Business Admission Requirements<br />General Education Program Requirement <br />Business Common Program Prereq...
College of Business Majors(Main Campus)<br />Accounting  <br />Economics (BA & BSBA)<br />Finance  <br />General Business ...
This includes any electives pursued in the major </li></li></ul><li>College of Business  (Minors)<br /><ul><li>Accounting
Economics
Entrepreneurship
Finance
General Business *
International Business **
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  1. 1. Welcome! <br />College of Business Administration<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>Make certain you keep your email and contact information up-to-date at https://my.ucf.edu/
  3. 3. E-mail is the means of communication in the College of Business: </li></ul>your name@knights.ucf.edu<br />College of Business Advising Office<br />Location: Business Administration II (BA2, Room 101)<br />Phone Number: (407) 823-2184<br />Email Address: uss@bus.ucf.edu<br />COBA pass located on myUCF, Student Self Service<br />Enter NID#, UCF ID# to see an advisor.<br />
  4. 4. Advising is an integral part of a student’s academic success. The university <br />has developed an advising structure that assists students with a smooth <br />transition as they progress from their first year to the second year and beyond <br />to their graduating semester. <br /><ul><li>Freshmen will be assigned a first year advisor for their freshman year.
  5. 5. At the completion of the second semester, freshmen students will be transitioned to their college advising offices through a university sponsored event called “College Connections: Advisors on Location.”
  6. 6. Sophomore and second year freshmen students who have not yet chosen a specific major (Undeclared) receive assistance from the Sophomore & Second Year Center in course scheduling and major exploration. </li></ul>College of Business Academic Advising <br />
  7. 7. What does “Restricted Access” mean?<br />You have been admitted to the University of Central Florida, NOT to the College of Business. <br /> The College of Business is a “Restricted Access” college. To officially be admitted to the College of Business, students MUST complete all of the General Education Program Requirements, all Business Common Program Prerequisites, Gordon Rule Requirement, CLAST, and have an overall minimum 2.0 GPA or higher. <br />
  8. 8. College of Business Admission Requirements<br />General Education Program Requirement <br />Business Common Program Prerequisites <br /> ACG 2021 Financial Accounting<br /> ACG 2071 Managerial Accounting<br /> ECO 2013 Macroeconomics<br /> ECO 2023 Microeconomics<br /> CGS 2100 Computer Fundamentals for Business<br /> ECO 3401 Quantitative Business Tools I <br /> -or-<br /> STA 2023 Statistics & MAC2233 Concepts of Calculus<br />Gordon Rule & Minimum 2.0 Overall GPA<br /> **If the above items are satisfied on your degree audit, please submit the CBA Admission Form**<br />
  9. 9. College of Business Majors(Main Campus)<br />Accounting <br />Economics (BA & BSBA)<br />Finance <br />General Business <br />Management <br />Marketing <br />Real Estate <br /><ul><li>Only courses earned with a "C" grade or better will be counted towards meeting major requirements
  10. 10. This includes any electives pursued in the major </li></li></ul><li>College of Business (Minors)<br /><ul><li>Accounting
  11. 11. Economics
  12. 12. Entrepreneurship
  13. 13. Finance
  14. 14. General Business *
  15. 15. International Business **
  16. 16. Marketing
  17. 17. Real Estate
  18. 18. Sports Business Management </li></ul>*Not available to Business students <br />Must be a Business major to earn this minor<br />
  19. 19. Academic Probation<br />Action taken when a student’s UCF GPA drops below 2.0. Academic Probation will continue until the UCF GPA reaches a 2.0 or better.<br />Disqualification<br /> A student on academic probation is disqualified upon failure to achieve a minimum 2.0 GPA during the subsequent term. A student who is disqualified may not enroll at the University for two semesters following disqualification. Readmission after two semesters is not automatic. Disqualified students are required to complete the Florida AA degree and all of the College of Business prerequisites prior to petitioning for readmission. <br />Exclusion<br /> Exclusion is most serious and students are not eligible for readmission after Exclusion.<br />Maintain a Minimum 2.0 GPA<br />
  20. 20. Students in the Accounting major must maintain a 2.0 or higher<br />GPA average in all 3000-4000 level Accounting or Tax courses <br />taken at UCF. Failure to Maintain the required 2.0 GPA will<br />result in the student being placed on lack of progress in the<br />major. If a student on lack of progress in the major fails to <br />achieve a 2.0 minimum GPA in Accounting or Tax courses in a <br />subsequent term, that student will be dropped as an Accounting <br />major. Readmission is not automatic and must be petitioned <br />through the Accounting Department. <br />Accounting Students must Maintain academic progress in the major<br />
  21. 21. Future Responsibilities <br />Schedule a follow-up appointment with an advisor<br />Monitor your degree audit and make certain all course work is updated (www.my.ucf.edu/)<br />Submit any official transcripts to UCF<br />Submit official high school or college transcripts to UCF indicating completion of foreign language<br />Petition course substitutions if applicable<br />Submit CBA admissions form when eligible<br />my.UCF>Student Self Service>CBA Advising Appointment<br />
  22. 22. Registration<br />Tomorrow you will be registering for your first semester at UCF.<br />You will be focusing on registering for your General Education classes and your Business Prerequisites. <br />If you are completing prerequisites, you are not yet eligible for upper level business classes. You can also register for general electives or courses to apply towards a non-business minor.<br />
  23. 23. AUDIT ACCESS<br />Log in to myUCF at http://my.ucf.edu – enter PID and password <br />Go to: “Student Self-Service”<br />Drop down menu: “Degree Audit”<br />Click “Submit Report”<br />Click on Results ( Click “Refresh” if needed)<br />Click View Audit<br />
  24. 24. ASC = At Student’s Convenience<br />Status<br />SELECT<br />http://www.bus.ucf.edu/video<br />
  25. 25. What classes do I need to register for?<br />Common Body of Knowledge (4 credit)<br /><ul><li>GEB 3031 Cornerstone (1st or 2nd Term)
  26. 26. ECO 3411 Quantitative Bus. Tools II
  27. 27. BUL 3130 Legal & Ethical Envir. of Bus.</li></ul>GEB 3375 Intro. to International Bus.<br /><ul><li>MAN 3025 Mgt of Organizations
  28. 28. ISM 3011 Mgt Info. Systems</li></ul>MAR 3023 Marketing<br />FIN 3403 Business Finance<br /><ul><li>MAN 4720 Strategic Management (Capstone)</li></ul>First Course in Your Major<br /><ul><li>Accounting: ACG 3131
  29. 29. Economics: ECO 3203 or ECO 3101
  30. 30. Finance: FIN 3403
  31. 31. General Business: FIN 3403, MAN 3025, or MAR 3023
  32. 32. Management: MAN 3025
  33. 33. Marketing: MAR 3023
  34. 34. Real Estate: FIN 3403</li></ul>upper-level courses students can enroll in if CPP in progress <br />
  35. 35. ADVISING STAFF<br />Diana Dorr<br />Catherine Edwards<br />Kendra Gilbertson<br />Troy Hahr<br />Lisa Quiles<br />Melba Sanchez<br />Sandra Tabert<br />Pam Von Graff<br />

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