The College of Business offers nine undergraduate majors and five minors. Throughout this page, current undergraduate students can find advising guidance through a variety of tools including our helpful Frequently Asked Questions page, our sample four year plans, information on declaring your major, and easy access to the University's academic calendar and current catalogs. Students can also schedule an appointment to meet with one of our outstanding advisors.
Declaring a Major
Four Year Plans
Frequently Asked Questions
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Office: BA 510D
Office: BA 510
As the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Tara Smith works with prospective, incoming, and current students in a variety of ways, including advising for the College of Business programs. Undergraduate business students of all levels are advised by Tara and her outstanding team of peer advisors.
What is Advising?
A meeting with an advisor helps prepare you for the road ahead. Advisors will work with you to develop a four-year plan, determine the best courses to take for the coming term, and help solve problems related to registration and course scheduling. We suggest meeting with an advisor at least once per year.
Why Be Advised?
Regular advising helps ensure students are on track for graduation. Advisors in the COB help students find the appropriate courses to take to fulfill degree requirements and make sure they are aware of the most efficient path to graduation. Advisors can also provide advice on double majoring, minoring, and more.