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  1. Advising Preparation WorkshopPresented by: Student Academic ServicesCollege of Business and EconomicsTowson University

  2. Agenda • Planning for advising session • Review basic information • How to access Academic Requirements Report • Instructions on completing Advising Forms • Registering for the Computer Proficiency Exam • Key Terms • Requirements for admission to major • Graduation Requirements • Questions!

  3. Planning for advising session • Contact Advisor through Email • Make an Appointment • Important Materials to Bring to Appointment: • Current Academic Requirements Report • Completed Appropriate Catalog Advising Form http://www.towson.edu/cbe/advising/forms.asp • Desired Class Schedule • Questions/Concerns

  4. Advisor information Enrollment Appointment Advisor Name Click to notify/contact advisor advising hold

  5. Academic Requirements

  6. GenEd – Catalogs 2010 and Prior

  7. Core – Catalog 2011 and Onwards

  8. Either Econ 201 or 202 may be used to satisfy 1 out of 2 GenEd Category II.C.2 requirements

  9. Additional Lower-Level Requirement: MATH 211 (Calculus for Applications – 3 Units) ORMATH 273 (Calculus 1 – 4 Units) Either Econ 201 or 202 may be used to satisfy Core 6 requirement

  10. Key Terms • Course Prerequisites • Validation (e.g. MKTG T41 or MNGT T61) • Duplication (repeat) of Transfer Credit • Petition for Third Attempt • Disenrollment

  11. BUAD Major Admission Requirements • Minimum GPA of 2.0 for All Completed Coursework at TU • Minimum GPA of 2.7 In All Lower –Level Required Courses • Lower-Level Requirement Course • ACCT 201/211 – Principle of Financial Accounting • ACCT 202/212 – Principle of Managerial Accounting • ECON 201/203 – Microeconomics • ECON 202/204 – Macroeconomic • ECON 205 or MATH 231/233 – Statistics • LEGAL 225 – Legal Environment of Business • MATH 211/273 – Calculus for Applications/ Calculus 1 • Computer Proficiency Exam (CPE)

  12. ACCT MAJOR ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS • I. Overall GPA 2.70 • II. Minimum GPA of 2.0 (C) or higher in each lower-level required course • III. ACCT GPA of 2.70 for all upper-level Accounting courses taken at TU • IV. 3 upper-level Accounting courses (9 credits) • a) ACCT 301 – Intermediate Accounting I (Must be taken) • b) 2 upper-level Accounting courses, chosen from: • ACCT 300 – Accounting Information Systems • ACCT 302 – Intermediate Accounting II • ACCT 341 – Management Accounting I • ACCT 361 – Tax Accounting I • ACCT 362 – Tax Accounting II • ACCT 442 – Management Accounting II • Completion of: • a) ECON 205 or MATH 231 (Statistics) with a grade of C or higher • b) One course in either Anthropology, Psychology, or Sociology • VI. Passing score on the CPE exam (70% minimum score required)

  13. Computer Proficiency Exam • Tests your knowledge of Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word • 70% or higher needed http://www.towson.edu/cbe/student/exam.asp

  14. BUAD & Accounting Admission to Major Applications Students must submit: • Correctly Completed Admission to Major Application Form • Current Academic Requirements Report or Unofficial Transcript Application Deadline: • October 1 for Spring • March 1 for Summer and Fall

  15. CBE ACADEMIC PLAN

  16. CBE Graduation Requirements • Earn At Least 120 Total Credits • Overall final GPA of 2.0 or higher • Complete All GenEd/Core, Lower-Level, And Upper-Level courses Required by Your Major and Catalog year • Complete All Concentration/Track Courses (If Applicable) • Take Comprehensive Major Field Exam In MNGT 481 • Complete BUSX 460 Course/Concurrent Internship • Apply for graduation Prior to Deadline (Spring, Summer, and Fall)

  17. CBE STUDENT ACADEMIC SERVICES Stephens Hall Room 301 cbestudentconsultant@towson.edu 410-704-3496

  18. Questions? Towson University College of Business and Economics