Campus Resources

While the ASC strives to provide a quality advising experience, it does not presume to have the ultimate answers to all questions or concerns. In instances when the ASC may not be able to assist, it will help students find a university service that can. The following list indicates the many services on campus that may help personally, professionally and academically:

Online Advising Modules for Rising Sophomores
Module #1 - Introduction

Module #2 - Progression & COB 300

Module #3 - BBA GPA & Transfer Credit

Career Exploration

Finding the right major "fit" for your interests and skills takes thought and time. Preparing for your career starts in the freshman year. The documents below are intended to be a resource for both prospective business students as well as current students. They contain general information about the major, career planning timelines and contact information for follow-up questions. For a more general business academic and career planning timeline, click here.

Computer Information Systems
International Business

Additional Resources

The College of Business offers many different opportunities for internships and externships.

To learn more about internships and externships in your major, visit the Experiential Learning website.





The  School of Accounting will offer *FREE* tutoring this spring as follows:

Financial Accounting (COB 241)

Dr. Joseph Hollis will be available every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in Showker Room 321 from 9–11 a.m.

Managerial Accounting (COB 242)

Kyle Sweeney will be available every Monday and Wednesday from 10 a.m.–12:45 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 4–6 p.m. in Showker Room 321.

Financial and Managerial Accounting (COB 241 & 242)

Beginning the week of January 25th, BAP students will be available every Tuesday and Wednesday from 3–5 p.m. in Showker Room 319.

Accounting for Non-Business Majors (ACTG 244)

Andrew Sutliff will be available every Monday and Wednesday from 3–7:30 p.m., Tuesday from 10 a.m.–12 p.m. and 3–7:30 p.m., and Thursday from 3–7:30 p.m. in Showker Room 321.

Beta Alpha Psi

Please obtain schedule from the Accounting Department.


Led by Professor Ronald Rubin, the Finance department created the Finance Tutoring Cadre (FTC) and maintains a list of students-for-hire who are interested in tutoring FIN 301, FIN 345, and COB 300. Students negotiate price and schedule.  Stop by Showker 310 for a list of available tutors.

Management Science (COB 291)

The CIS department maintains a list of students-for-hire who are interested in tutoring COB 291. Students negotiate price and schedule. Stop by Showker 233 for a list of available tutors.

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