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Advising for the majors accounting business administration business education economics

Advising for the majors:

Accounting

Business Administration

Business Education

Economics

Entrepreneurship

Finance-Business

Finance-Financial Institution Mgmt

Finance-Real Estate

Information Systems

Management

Marketing

Office Management


College of business strengths

College of Business Strengths

  • AACSB accredited

  • Beta Gamma Sigma honor society

  • Student oriented faculty

  • Successful graduates

  • Very popular majors

  • Affordable

  • Superior facilities


Student organizations

Student Organizations

  • Alpha Kappa Psi

  • Association of Information Technology Professionals

  • Beta Alpha Psi

  • Financial Management Association

  • Gamma Iota Sigma

  • Institute of Management Accountants

  • Phi Beta Lambda

  • Pi Sigma Epsilon

  • Society for Human Resource Management


Mtsu students

MTSU Students


B b a degree programs

B.B.A. Degree Programs

  • Accounting

  • Business Administration

  • Economics

  • Entrepreneurship

  • Finance

  • Information Systems

  • Management

  • Marketing

  • Office Management


Other programs

Other Programs

  • B.S. Degrees

    • Business Education

      • Teaching

      • Non-Teaching

      • Non-Teaching Training & Development

  • Graduate Degrees

    • M.B.A.

    • M.B.E.

    • M.S. in Accounting and Information Systems


Undergraduate majors

Undergraduate Majors


Program sequence

Program Sequence

Major Courses, Last Two Years

Business Core

General Studies, First Two Years


Advising for the majors accounting business administration business education economics

See Pages 22-36 of Student Handbook


Scheduling suggestions

Scheduling Suggestions

  • Full-time vs. Part-time12-18 hours is full-time, 14-16 hours is average load

    (Depends on other responsibilities outside of school)

  • Meeting DaysMWF = Monday, Wednesday, and Friday50 minute classes, i.e., 9:10-10:00

    MW = 1 hour 15 minutes, i.e., 1:30-2:45

    TR = Tuesday and Thursday1 hour 15 minutes, i.e., 9:30-10:45

  • Students will be dropped from courses if payment is not received by August 7th. Closed classes might be open on August 8th.


Scheduling reminders

Scheduling Reminders

  • Credit HoursAll required classes are 3 credit hours except BIOL, PSCI, GEOL and ASTR (4 hours) because they include a labPHED Activity (1 hour)

  • Scheduling a Lab Course

    If you are registering for BIOL, PSCI, GEOL or ASTR 1030 it will be easier to complete your Fall Schedule if you first schedule your lab course and then your remaining courses.

  • GEOL 1030 and ASTR 1030

    You must register separately for the lab portion of GEOL and ASTR 1030/1031.

    (Unlike BIOL 1030 and PSCI 1030 where the lab is already assigned to a particular lecture.)


Advising for the majors accounting business administration business education economics

See Page 6-7 of

Student Handbook


Schedule book

Schedule Book

  • The courses offered each term are listed in the Schedule Book by Department.

  • The following courses are sometimes difficult for students to find in the Schedule Book:

    COURSEDEPARTMENT PAGE NO.

    PSCI 1030Chemistry 56

    ASTR 1030Physics and Astronomy150

    PHED ActivityHPERS106


Regents degree on line program

Regents Degree On-Line Program

All coursework can be completed on-line, but this is NOT a Business Program.

These courses require extra tuition and fees in addition to the MTSU fee structure.

Courses are denoted by the media code RDP.


Advanced placement ap credit

Advanced Placement (AP) Credit

Score required: 3 or above

See Page 33 of University Catalog for additional information.

To have scores sent call 1-888-CALL 4 AP


University honors admission standards

University Honors Admission Standards

  • High School GPA  3.00 & ACT  26 (SAT  1170)

  • orHigh School GPA  3.5 & ACT  22 (SAT  1010)

  • Returning MTSU & Transfer Students:Cumulative GPA  3.0

  • Honors courses are not more difficult.

  • You can work toward Graduation with Honors or just take honors classes.

    See Page 84 of University CatalogSee Page 15-16 of College of Business Student Handbook


University honors courses

University Honors Courses

Honors courses are included with the course offerings for entire departments.

Honors courses will be printed this way in your Open Sections List and in Fall 2003 Schedule Book:

(Honors)Topics in Biology 10513 BIOL-1030-12 4 MWF 8:05-10:00

‘Honors’ precedes the title of the course

Please read the titles carefully to register or NOT register for Honors courses.


Secrets of success

Secrets of Success

  • Actively Seek Advice

  • Find the “Right” Professors

  • Participate in Professional Activities

  • Consider CO-OP

  • Participate in the Whole UNIVERSITY

  • Consider Honors and INROADS


Advising for the majors accounting business administration business education economics

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