Advising Syllabus

Advising Syllabus

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Undergraduate Program Objectives

  • Help students create realistic educational goals
  • Encourage students to use career research tools
  • Build professional development skills
  • Support COBA professional student organizations
  • Help students identify and use college resources

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Advisor Responsibilities

  • Assist with scheduling courses and registration
  • Provide information on majors and careers
  • Explain degree plans
  • Listen to student questions and concerns
  • Refer students to appropriate resources
  • Communicate the university’s curriculum, policies and procedures
  • Inform students about professional development  events and student organizations

Student Responsibilities

  • Assume responsibility for academic decisions and  performance
  • Print and review Goldmine degree plan every semester
  • Create a career plan
  • Maintain a competitive GPA for your career choice
  • Follow through on advisor recommendations
  • Use college and university resources
  • Learn about university and college programs, policies and procedures
  • Participate in professional development activities
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Create Better Career Opportunities

The Undergraduate Advising Office’s advising syllabus is a list of recommended activities and tools that will help students prepare for their academic career as well as their professional one. 

Freshman Year (0-29 credit hours)

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Sophomore Year (30-59 credit hours)

Junior Year (60-89 credit hours) *

Senior Year (90 + credit hours) **

✓  Activity may qualify for COBA Passport Program
*  Students must have completed the 15 business foundation credit hours
** Students must have completed 45 business credit hours

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