Your tools for academic planning and success

As a current School of Management student, you can take advantage of these services and resources.

Academic Advisement

The Undergraduate Academic Programs Office provides academic advisement to admitted accounting and business administration majors in 204 Afliero Center.

Curriulum Planning Tools

(If you are a current UB student interested in becoming an accounting or business administration major, you must submit a major change request before scheduling a meeting with our advisors.)

Beyond the Classroom

Add value to your academic degree by engaging in experiences beyond the classroom.

  • Career Resource Center's Career Passport program provides you with comprehensive and coordinated opportunities for career development, emphasizing interpersonal and social skills required for success in business.
  • Internships and Experiential Learning Office will assist you in gaining academic credit and experience related to your career interests.
  • Student clubs within the School of Management are an excellent way to get involved with your peers and meet with professionals in your area of interest.
  • UB Study Abroad programs may be a way to enhance your education and increase your global awareness and cross-cultural skills.
  • DEAL Expo (Display of Efforts, Aptitudes and Leadership) is an exclusive School of Management competition in which our undergraduates can showcase their work in poster format to compete for cash prizes during the UB Spring Open House.  

Curriculum Guides

Policies and Registration-Related Resources


Tutoring and Resources for Student Success

  • Undergraduate Learning and Community Center
    As a School of Management undergaduate, you have an exclusive space to study and receive academic tutoring. In the Learning Hub, you can take advantage of peer study groups, open work sessions and workshops on such topics as communication, study skills and test anxiety. Center-certified tutors provide help with the prerequisites courses for your major (ECO 181 and 182, PSY 101, MTH 131, MGA 201 and 202, and MGQ 201). If you are an international student, an ESL coach can help you create a personalized plan to improve your English skills and ease the transition to UB and American culture.

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