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The deadline to drop any course for the Fall semester with a “W” grade is tomorrow, Fri, Nov 9. Refer to the academic calendar for more deadlines.
Before dropping a course consult with the professor.
Drops are made by going to the Registrar’s office in the Administration Building on the 1st floor.
Internships and Co-0ps are great for a number of reasons, resume builder (make yourself marketable), skill enhancer, career exploration, potential full-time employment and more. Here is an article about why.
BUS3900 is an SBE course for internship credit. Learn more about how to get academic credit here.
All of the SBE business programs offer an elective option for internship credit with BUS3900. The course does require pre-planning, development of a proposal with a faculty member in SBE and committee approval.
Keep in mind the following deadlines if seeking academic credit for internship:
- Spring Semester by Dec 1
- Summer Semester by April 1
- Fall Semester by July 1
Feel free to contact the SBE Academic Advisor, Jodie Filpus-Paakola, to discuss further.
Read emails from SBE and faculty for opportunities to apply to various internships as well as the university’s Handshake account with Career Services
Spring and Summer 2019 Registration will begin Oct 24th.
SBE students sign up for advising here
Prior to your advising appointment…
- Run your Audit through MyMichiganTech (uAcheive Degree Audit) *tip: Run “Latest”, not a possible program from the drop down menu, using the drop down will bring up an audit using the 2018-19 degree requirements and not YOUR Catalog Term
- Review your degree completion progress and requirements left
- Note any questions or concerns about your Audit
- Develop a proposed Spring and Summer course list
- Check course availability and develop a schedule (Spring available now, Summer shortly)
Pitfalls to avoid:
- Meet with Academic Advisor at least once a year
- Verify you don’t have holds (parking tickets, unpaid bills, discipline, safety first, etc)
- Look at pre-requisites courses to ensure you have taken them.
- Course descriptions can be found hyperlinked in your audit.
- Be sure you meet any restrictions for a course
REGISTRATION WORKSHOP (Mandatory for First year students-optional for continuing students)
- Summer Semester: April 1st
- Fall Semester: July 1st
*NOTE that academic credit MUST be earned during the time you are working for your internship
Below is a list of courses being offered this summer in the School of Business and Economics:
- BUS 2200: Business Law
- BUS 2300: Quantitative Problem Solving
- BUS 3900: Business Internship
- BUS 4910: Global Business Experience
- EC 2001: Principles of Economics
- EC 3100: International Economics
- EC 3400: Economic Decision Analysis
- EC 4050: Game Theory
- FIN 3000: Principles of Finance (ONLINE)
- MGT 4600: Management of Technology and Innovation (ONLINE)
- MGT 4990: Business Ethics, Resp & Env Sus
- MIS 2000: IS/IT Management (ONLINE)
- MKT 3000: Principles of Marketing (ONLINE)
- OSM 3000: Operations and Supply Chain Management (ONLINE)
- OSM 3200: Project Management (ONLINE)
View the course offerings online via BanWeb or ask your advisor about your options.
Michigan Tech has been approved as an official test site for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), an entrance exam required by most graduate programs around the country. This will enable students from this area to take the GRE at Michigan Tech’s Testing Center, part of the Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning.
Previously, Michigan Tech students and locals had to travel four hours or more to take the standardized exam. The closest test sites were Sault Ste. Marie and Duluth, Minn.
“We have been working for years to get approved as a GRE test site,” said Margaret Landsparger, coordinator of the Michigan Tech Testing Center. “Now we have this beautifully equipped center and the capability to administer secure exams, and this time we were approved.”
The Michigan Tech Testing Center opened in October 2013. It is also certified to give Pearson Vue exams, including the popular Fundamentals of Engineering exam and the GMAT, a graduate entrance exam for business schools.
Tech joins 10 other GRE test sites in Michigan. The Testing Center can administer up to 10 tests at a time. The center has four test dates scheduled between now and the end of the year: the first is on Sept. 26, and there will be two in October and one in December.
“I am delighted that the GRE test will be offered at Michigan Tech in the future,” said Jacqueline Huntoon, dean of the Graduate School. “We have all been working on this for a very long time. The hard work done by the Jackson Center staff made it all possible. Staff members in the Graduate School have also been working to educate individuals in leadership positions at GRE, to help them understand the realities of our geographical location.”
For more information, see GRE.
If you are going to take classes elsewhere, make sure that the course(s) will transfer to Michigan Tech as the course(s) you need BEFORE you take the class.
1) Check for the course on the Transfer Equivalency System.
2) If the course you want is NOT on the Transfer Credit Equivalency list, you may request to have it evaluated by sending information to the Michigan Tech Transfer Services Office.
Transfer Services Coordinator
Ms. Nancy Gagnon
Student Service Center, 110 Admin Bldg
University or college name
Course ID and title
Course Catalog Description
Additional information may be required:
- Syllabus including
- Textbook(s) used
- Detailed Description
- Course Outline
a) Register for the course (for other Michigan colleges, use the Guest Application),
b) Earn a grade of “C” or better (the grade will not transfer, but the credit will), and
c) Have your official transcripts sent to Michigan Tech:
Office of Student Records & Registration
Admin Bldg 110
1400 Townsend Avenue
Houghton, MI 49931-1295
4) Prereqs: If any course you plan to take off campus is a prerequisite for your next semester on campus, you will need to notify Transfer Services (Ms. Nancy Gagnon, firstname.lastname@example.org). She will then enter a prerequisite waiver to prevent any course scheduling issues.
5) On-line courses may sound easier since you can approach the class in your own time. Though this is true for some classes, on-line classes also require self-motivation and a time commitment on your part. Before taking the class, check into the course requirements, including internet access, exam proctors, etc.
Registration will open October 31st, 10:00 pm through November 16th, midnight. If you have questions regarding what classes to take, you should make an appointment to meet with your academic advisor.
Registration typically opens each night at 10:00 pm. Due to the large number of students, some days will have two start times, 10:00 pm and 11:00 pm. To find out what day and time you register please check your registration time in BanWeb.
Priority is based on the number of credits earned at the time of registration. This does not include the number of credits the student is currently taking. Students may register anytime on or after their scheduled day. The web will be unavailable for registration from 2:00–2:30 am each day.
Registration closes at midnight Sunday, November 16th and reopens again later December. Students with questions or problems should contact me via email or by appointment.
The School of Business and Economics would like to invite all interested students to an open session to learn more about the opportunities within the two new Management concentrations, ask current students and advisors questions, and learn about career opportunities for each concentration.
Both sessions are being held in the Academic Office Building in conference room 101.
Dates and additional information for each session are provided below:
Supply Chain and Operations Management Concentration:
Wednesday, March 19th @ 4:00 pm
Monday, March 24th @ 3:30 -5:00
Both sessions will provide pizza and pop for attendees.