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Business Administration Student Advising
Academic advising is available to all students. They can help students make decisions with course selection, maintaining progress toward degree, and career goals. Students are encouraged to discuss their academic progress with the advisor.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT ADVISING
All freshmen and sophomores are advised by the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics Office of Student Advisement and Academic Services which is located in 102 Purnell Hall, Tel: (302) 831-4369. Click here for information on declaring a major, changing majors, transferring credits, completing the Discovery Learning Experience requirement, doing the senior checkout, career planning, and other information.
Lerner College junior and senior students are assigned to a program advisor as well as a faculty advisor in their major.
The undergraduate program advisor for Business Administration department students is Mrs. Sandra Fields. Mrs. Fields is located in 234 Alfred Lerner Hall. Students wishing to make an appointment with Mrs. Fields may call (302) 831-2554 or send an lamarinoudel [dot] edu (e-mail) . Students should check with their program advisor to be certain that the requirements of the BS programs are being correctly met. Students must declare a major by October 1 of Sophomore year to assure they get the major of their choice. After that, students will be admitted to majors on a space available basis. Senior checkouts are approved by your undergraduate program advisor the semester before graduation.
Students desiring to discuss career goals may contact their faculty advisor. Faculty advisors serve as mentors and role models within the students' chosen major. See Mrs. Marino in 236 Alfred Lerner Hall for a faculty member in your major.
GRADUATE STUDENT ADVISING
MBA students receive academic advising through the Graduate and Executive Programs office. MBA students are encouraged to seek advising regarding career goals and specializations from faculty teaching in their areas of interest.
MS in Organizational Effectiveness, Development and change ( OEDC) students are initially advised by the Program Director. E-mail the department administrative assistant to make an appointment with the Program Director. As student advance through the program and select a thesis or project topic, they select a thesis advisor from among the program faculty or are advised by the professional project supervisor.