1 UIC College of Business Administration Undergraduate Programs Angela Prazza Winters Theresa Hayden
2 CBA Updates What s new in Advising, Retention, and Programs.
3 Undergraduate Programs Advising Staff Angela Prazza Winters, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs Theresa Hayden, Assistant Director of Academic Advising Leah Banks, Academic Advisor Erin Fitzpatrick, Academic Advisor Freedom Nguyen, Academic Advisor Nilkamal Shah, Academic Advisor Jo Wagner, Academic Advisor
4 Mission and Vision Mission: UIC Business Undergraduate Student Services will be an active force for excellence in the success of its students UIC Business Undergraduate Student Services will ensure an active and diverse community of students, reflective of our diverse and globallyinfluenced educational environment UIC Business Undergraduate Student Services will promote innovation, integrity, and excellence in undergraduate advising and learning
5 Mission and Vision Vision: The UIC Business Undergraduate Programs Office strives to create a standard of excellence through recruiting goal-oriented, high achieving students who succeed academically and professionally through expert advising and professional development.
6 Advising Services and Practices Registration Advising Selection of Major Degree Audit Review and Exceptions Probation Advising Study Abroad/Student Exchange Course Selection Graduation Check Inter-college Transfer Information Sessions Mandatory Semester Advising for first-year, transfer, and seniors Prospective Student Advising Readmission Advising Other CBA Advising: Mandatory Faculty advising for Accounting majors Career Advising through Business Career Center
7 What s New? Creation of Academic Advising Syllabus Revised Dismissal Process Guaranteed Readmission Scholarship Advising Reporting on Academic Advising Appointments through Insight CBA Academic Engagement Workshops and Success Booklets
8 Freshman ACT 22+ GPA Top 30% HS Admissions Transfer Completed a minimum of 24 semester hours GPA 2.75 Recommended English Comp I & II 2 Math requirements
9 Admissions Intercollege Transfers Minimum UIC GPA of 2.5 and a cumulative GPA of 2.5 Successful completion of ONE of the following Math Courses: Math 125 Math 165 Math 180 businessconnect.uic.edu Information Sessions
10 Non-CBA Minors Business Administration Business Analytics Business Operations Finance Management Information Systems Managerial Skills Completion of at least one semester and a UIC /Cumulative GPA of 2.5 businessconnect.uic.edu
11 What s New BBA Music Business Major Business Learning Center Professional Development Program BA 100/220/289 Transfer Boot Camp Leadership Lab Service
13 Bachelor of Business Administration Degree Online 2 FLEXIBILITY TO CREATE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE. STUDY ON YOUR TERMS. 4 LEARN FROM OUR WORLD RENOWN UIC FACULTY. STUDENTS DEVELOP CRITICAL THINKING, PROBLEM SOLVING AND LIFE- LONG LEADERSHIP SKILLS. 3 1 BROAD SPECTRUM OF BUSINESS AREAS IN A SINGLE PROGRAM. 4 LEARN TO MANAGE DATA AND LEAD PEOPLE EFFECTIVELY. WHAT S NEW? THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION WILL NOW COMPLETELY RUN THE PROGRAM INTERNALLY. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR YOU? Control of how classes are delivered and how often Creation of innovative course delivery to maximize student satisfaction with the courses and the program Development of new courses to allow students more flexibility in their choices of the first 60 credit hours Improved technology for on-line course delivery Access to expand college services and programs Increase communication with community colleges to ensure student success in the programs THIS PROGRAM OFFERS A CHALLENGING VARIETY OF COURSES INTENDED TO GIVE STUDENTS A WELL ROUNDED BACKGROUND IN ALL ASPECTS OF OPERATNG A BUSINESS. WE FOCUS ON THE BUSINESS OF YOU.
14 ACADEMIC ADVISING SERVICES: BBA students will now have a designated advisor for their program to ensure academic success. Advising will be delivered in a variety of innovative methods such as a Google Hangouts, Skype and using our existing student advising program. Our advisors will work with students to customize their schedule of life events or other circumstances prevent them from following the prescribed order. BUSINESS CAREER CENTER SERVICES: The Business Career Center offers students help with anything from general career advice to exploring specific career paths. Students can schedule a 1:1 meeting with any of our career advisors by signing up through UIC Careers. TEXTBOOKS AND COURSE PACKETS: Textbooks are available through the UIC Bookstore Online or other vendors including ebook options. Textbooks and materials for each term are available in the Student Resource Center several weeks prior to each start. LIBRARY SERVICES: THESE ONLINE BUSINESS COURSES WILL HELP EQUIP STUDENTS TO ADAPT TO THE CONSTANTLY CHANGING BUSINESS WORLD, INCLUDING GLOBALIZATION OF OUR ECONOMY. The University of Illinois at Chicago provides easy access to library resources online, including electronic reserves and materials necessary to complete courserelated research. Assistance will be available by , phone, or the Ask the Librarian feature. Online tutorials, guides, and other forms of assistance will help students gain familiarity with the library resources most approproate for a program. A CONCISE 60-CREDIT HOUR CURRICULUM.
15 STEP INTO OUR CLASSROOM UICBUSINESS SCHOLARS UIC Business Scholars is a highly selective four-year cohort program designed to develop leadership excellence and professionalism through courses, workshops, service opportunities and developmental activities. AND TAKE ON THE WORLD Each year students from top high schools apply to the UIC Business Scholars Program and are selected individually based on outstanding academic criteria, extra-curricular involvement as well as a personal interview. UIC Business Scholars participate in the following: Innovative Curriculum Special Scholars Sections of Business Core Courses Cohort Design and Experiential Learning Weekly Workshops and Seminars Personal Support Scholars Academic Advising Faculty Mentor Business Industry Mentor Skill-based Workshops Communication Professional Presence Career Preparation Enriching Extracurricular Activities Skill-enhancing Service Opportunities Tour Chicago s Top Corporations Meet Corporate Industry Leaders Career-relevant Experiences Intern with Leading Chicago-area Companies Job-Shadow Current Professionals Network with Successful Alumni Funding: UIC Business Scholars recieve $5,000 a year (minimum) for 4 years (8 semesters) assuming students meet progress requirements. We connect the classroom s big ideas to one of the world s great business centers Chicago. Located in the heart of Chicago, the College of Business Administrations is encompassed by latest innovative research conducted by our world-renowned faculty. Executives from across the nation are members of our extended community and regularly engage in various on and off campus events. For more information about UIC Business Scholars- An Honors and Leadership Development Program for College of Business Administration Students business.uic.edu/scholars
16 BUSINESS MINORS Minors help develop skills in areas outside your major, giving you a competitive edge and adding value to your degree. At UIC Business, the minor goes past electives to give you a close-up view of a discipline outside of your chosen major. With six degrees and six minors to choose from, UIC Business gives you endless options to plan out the career path that best fits you. A Great Career Starts with a Great Business School. business.uic.edu/minors
17 Minor in Business Analytics Get ahead of Big Data. Business analytics focuses on the use of datadriven approaches for effective business decision making and management. This kind of analytical approach has become critical across business functions and can complement marketing, finance, and human resource management majors. Get ahead of the curve with Business Analytics. Minor in Business Operations Minor in Finance Minor in International Business Streamlining business operations, coordinating complex supply chains, and managing customer relations are critical success factors in business administration. The Business Operations minor trains students in any major to become leaders at their company or organization. Sitting on the outskirts of Chicago s Loop District, UIC Business has close connections to the Chicago Financial District, including the CME, who sponsors our Trading Training Lab. The finance minor introduces students to the principles of finance, applies these principles to analyzing several financial issues, and develops problem-solving and quantitative skills that are widely used in business. Only available to CBA undergraduates, the International Business Minor is a great option to get ahead in an increasingly competitive global marketplace. Supplemented with an international academic experience, this minor truly prepares students to be knowledgeable, well-rounded business leaders. Minor in Management Information Systems Information systems are transforming business management. They have become critical to performing almost every function of business. The Management Information Systems minor trains students in the software, tools, and systems that are widely used across business. Minor in Managerial Skills Effective management of people and projects is essential for private, public, and nonprofit organizations in all fields. Regardless of their major discipline, students who aspire to leadership roles in their work life will need strong managerial skills in order to advance. The Managerial Skills minor offers course work that puts students on the path to leadership and career success. business.uic.edu/minors
18 Intercollege Transfer Requirements The following guidelines list the minimum requirements to be considered for admission into the College of Business Administration. The College reserves the right to adjust admissions criteria based on space availability in the college. Minimum UIC GPA of 2.50 (A=4.0) and a cumulative GPA (UIC and Transfer) of 2.50 (A=4.0). Successful completion of one of our two required math courses Math 125 or Math 165 (Math 180). During times of high enrollment, priority will be given to students who have completed both Math courses. Absolutely no exceptions will be made to CBA Inter-college admission criteria. Some students do not currently meet our admission criteria, but plan to after the current semester. If you are in this situation, please submit your application and check the box labeled Hold for grades to be dispersed. Your application will be evaluated once the semester has ended and grades are in. You will be contacted shortly thereafter. Note: Admission will be based on your current records in the UIC student information system. Not reported grades (NR) and incomplete grades (I) must be removed prior to submitting this petition. Grades for transfer credit listed as in progress (IP) must be completed before you will be considered for admission to the CBA. The decision will be ed to your uic.edu account. Processing your application may take up to 6-8 weeks. Once admitted your enrollment in the CBA will be effective for the following semester. You must be an official student admitted to the College of Business Administration to receive a degree from the CBA. Completion of the curriculum does not grant you automatic admission to the College, nor does it make you eligible for a business degree. You must meet the admission requirements and be officially accepted to the CBA before your business degree can be awarded by UIC. Acceptance to the College of Business Administration is provisional, based on space availability and pending your academic performance this semester. Poor performance this term may result in cancellation of your acceptance to the CBA.
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