|First Semester||Second Semester|
|MTH 131 Mathematical Analysis for Business (calculus)||Psychology 101|
|Economics 181 OR 182 (Macro or Micro)||Economics 182 OR 181 (Macro or Micro)
Students who feel that their algebra and trigonometry skills are
weak are advised to take ULC 148 at the University at Buffalo
or an equivalent precalculus course at another institution before
|Third Semester||Fourth Semester|
|MGA 201 Intro. to Accounting I||MGA 202 Intro. to Accounting II|
|MGQ 201 Intro. to Computers & Statistics|
Transfer evaluations will be completed by the School of Management in conjunction with the University Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Business administration courses will be evaluated for equivalency upon submission of the appropriate petition form, which is available from the Undergraduate Academic Programs Office in 204 Alfiero Center and should be submitted to this office by the student. Petitions are reviewed on a periodic basis. New incoming transfer students will be directed if they need to complete the course waiver request process.
Complete the Course Waiver form [PDF] and return it to 204 Alfiero Center. The form will be reviewed by the appropriate department and one of the following actions will be taken:
Freshman registration meetings and Freshman Advising Week information will be sent by email from the School Of Management. You can check your enrollment appointment (registration window) in your HUB Student Center (Access the HUB from your MyUB).
Students seeking advice, assistance and information concerning the program should visit or call the School of Management Undergraduate Programs Office in 204 Alfiero Center for an appointment. Student service hours are 8:30 a.m. to noon, and 1 to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office telephone number is 716-645-3206; the fax number is 716-645-2341. Newly enrolled students must establish their curriculum requirements with the School of Management Undergraduate Programs Office before they start the program. At that time, course schedules and potential advanced standing will be determined.
Accreditation standards from AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business mandate that an undergraduate curriculum have a liberal arts education component that encompasses at least 50 percent of a student's four-year program. Up to nine semester hours of economics and six semester hours of statistics may be counted toward the AACSB requirement. Therefore, all students must complete at least 45 credit hours outside of business, economics and statistics. See a list of AACSB Arts and Sciences courses by interest areas [PDF].
The School of Management offers more than 20 student organizations and clubs related to a functional area of management or interest group. Learn more about the school's student organizations by visiting the student clubs directory.
Please check your university email, the student organization offices in 206 Alfiero Center, the screens in the Alfiero Center and the bulletin boards in the Jacobs Management Center. Students can also view the School of Management online event calendar.