Business and Economics
Distinctions & Opportunities
Guidance & Counseling Services
Students in the School of Business and Economics are responsible for planning their own programs and for meeting degree requirements. It is their responsibility to understand fully and to comply with all the provisions of this bulletin.
An important portion of total faculty time is devoted to assisting students in making proper program and career choices. Degree candidates will be assigned a faculty advisor in their field of major interest who will aid their program planning, follow their progress, and be available for general counseling. Students may, in addition, turn to a member of the faculty specializing in the curricular area in which they are taking course work or contemplating study. They may obtain additional counseling from the Office of Counseling and Student Records.The director and assistant to the director are available to meet any student, whether on a day or evening schedule. The office maintains a complete record of each student's accomplishments and progress to aid students in reaching their goals most effectively.