|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 Introduction to Financial Accounting||MGA 202 Introduction to Management Accounting
|MGQ 201 Introduction to Statistics for Analytics
The Office of Financial Aid's webpage informs you about the finanicial process, type of aid, and how to contact your financial aid advisor.
Each fall and spring semester the
School of Management participates in the university-wide open house
events. For more details, visit http://admissions.buffalo.edu/openhouse/
As a School of Management student,
you may be eligible for one of several scholarships made possible
through the generous support of alumni and friends. Visit our Scholarships
page to learn about the opportunities available and important
Transfer credit evaluations will be completed by the School of Management in conjunction with the University Office of Undergraduate Admissions. You should work with your academic advisor on evaluation of transfer credits for equivalency to UB courses. New incoming transfer students will be advised whether they need to complete the course waiver request process.
Procedure for submitting a waiver petition for an MG* course
You should bring the syllabus for the course you have previously taken in which you would like to have reviewed for a waiver to your academic advisor. The syllabus will be reviewed by the appropriate department and one of the following actions will be taken:
Free tutoring for all the
preprequisite courses in the major is available in the
Undergraduate Learning and Community Center (ULCC) for all our
admitted majors. The ULCC is located in B20 Jacobs. Read more at www.mgt.buffalo.edu/ulcc.
The Math Place is a free tutoring service specifically designed for students enrolled in Learning Center mathematics courses (ULC 147 & 148), and MTH 121, 122, 131, 141, 142. Students should feel free to drop in any time the Math Place is open for help with their math work. Learn more about The Math Place
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).
Admitted majors 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. If you are a newly enrolled student to UB,
you must establish your curriculum requirements with the
School of Management Undergraduate Programs Office before
your start the program. At that time, course schedules and
potential advanced standing will be determined. If you are a
current UB undergrads interested in, but not yet admitted to, the
accounting or business administration majors, you need to complete
change request before meeting with one of our academic
Contact the Undergraduate Academic
Programs staff, in 204 Alfiero or 716-645-3206, when you are not
sure where to go for help. If you are struggling with a course, the
first person you might start with for help is your professor or
teaching assistant. Attend your professor's office hours to ask for
clarification or guidance with questions you have about the course
or your peformance in the course. To have the greatest number of
options, it is better to seek help early rather than wait.
You are assigned to an academic advisor in the School of Management based on the first letter of your last name. To schedule an appointment with your academic advisor, call 716-645-3206 or stop in 204 Alfiero. Appointments will not be scheduled by email. It is your responsibility to seek advisement. If you are in the Finish in 4 program, you are required to meet with an advisor each semester.
Caseload: D, P, W, Z
Caseload: B, E, G, J, Y
Caseload: I, K, M, N, Q, X
Mary Ann McQuade
Caseload: F, L, R, U
Caseload: A, C, O, T
Caseload: H, S, V
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 AACSB Requirement section of your Academic
Advisiment Report (AAR), found your HUB Student Center, also can
help monitor your progress and identify courses that may be use to
satisfy this requirement.
The School of Management's offers two undergraduate majors, either in accounting or business administration. As a business administration major, you can become even more specialized by selecting a concentration below.
Human Resources Management
Management Information Systems
Operations and Supply Chain Management
The Office of Registrar provides the
deadlines and what happens when you apply for
Your final exam schedule is available
in your HUB Student Center (via MyUB). Read more about the final exam schedule on the
Office of Registrar's website.
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.
of Internships and Experiential Learning in the School of
Management will help you determine if you can receive credit for an
Access the CRC resources and tools to help you plan and manage your career, including résumé, cover letter, interviewing, networking and job search tools.
Hundreds of employers recruit UB School of Management students through campus visits, résumé referrals, job postings on BizLink and off-campus program. Review some of the recent recruiters.
Review the Career Resource Center's
salary and employment statistics.