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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SUMMER ORIENTATION BS DegreesAccounting Entrepreneurship Finance International Business Business Management Marketing
Guiding Lights ADMINISTRATION Michael Paige PhD, Dean Aileen Torrance JD, Assistant Dean Catherine Matook BA, Administrator INTERNSHIP Cathy Butler MS Marie Wilson MBA
Agenda Do not worry! Laptops Internships Classes-scheduling Fall 2014 Minors help Getting help
Common Courses Freshman ACCOUNTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP FINANCE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS BUSINESS MANAGEMENT MARKETING Sophomore ACCTBUESBUFNBUIBBUMGBUMK Junior ACCTBUESBUFNBUIBBUMGBUMK Senior ACCTBUESBUFNBUIBBUMGBUMK You can change majors or transfer to other EC majors without major hassles!!!
Common Courses You can change majors or transfer to other EC majors without major hassles!!! DUAL MAJORS AVAILABLE: ACCT-BUS (150 CREDITS) BS BUS/ACCT CORE ACCTBUS GEN EDELECTIVES
Minors Gen Ed or Electives American Studies Applied Math Art History Biology Communications Computer Science Creative Arts Therapy Creative Writing Criminal Justice Dance Education English Environmental Studies Events Management Exercise Science Gender Studies Graphic Design History Hospitality Management Human Services International Studies Legal Studies Music Philosophy Photography Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Security Studies Sociology Spanish Studio Art Theatre Victimology
Laptops PC (Windows) MAC PC/SURFACE (Windows) MS Office/Windows USB flash memory HDMI connector – high quality Printer?
Laptops PC & MAC Classwork/demos are done in Windows & Office Professional 2013 Extensive use of Excel, Word, PowerPoint Problems: Office for MAC Office for PC Excel does not work the same way Swapping files in teamwork can be a problem There is absolutely no comparison … you cannot use MAC EXCEL for any serious financial analysis. All the keyboard shortcuts are either different or non-existent, there is no VBA support, no support for most plug-ins, and all the menus are terribly inefficient. I love my MAC and use it for everything else. But when it comes to real work (EXCEL and PPT), its gotta be a PC. http://www.wallstreetoasis.com/forums/mac-excel-vs-window-excel Mac Excel vs. Windows Excel
PC Laptop Software PC Windows7HomePremium $100** or Windows8 $120** MS Office 365 University $80* MS Office 2010 or 2013 are OK, but you need to make sure the ACCESS package is included ** prices fluctuate * 4 yr subscription Often bundled with PC purchase
Mac Laptop Software
Internships Experiential Learning Finding a career path Academic credits (16 cr.) Freshman 120 hrs * January/Summer (2 cr.) Sophomore 120 hrs * January/Summer (2 cr.) Senior** 14weeks Fall Semester (12 cr.) *Summer possible **Spring Semester Junior year for ACC and some BUS Support Internship: Cathy Butler and Marie Wilson Classes all semester EC Launch Database of past sites Sorted by location Type of business
1 st Semester SCHEDULING DONE BUS120 Business Fundamentals I MTH126 Statistics or BUS110 Business Comp INT010 Internship Seminar HON100 Honors Seminar I (replace LST100 and ENG101) ENG218 Argument-based Writing (replace ENG101) TO BE REGISTERED Gen Ed or Free Elective Choice (s) ENG101 College Writing Seminar LST100 Seminar in Academic Inquiry
Gen Ed Categories
Courses to Jump-Start a Minor American Studies ( AMS101) Applied Math ( MTH135) Art History ( ART101) Biology ( BIO101) Communications ( CMM100) Computer Science ( CSC101) Creative Arts Therapy( ART105) Creative Writing ( ENG108) Criminal Justice (CJ 100) Dance ( DAN200) Education (ED 101) English ( ENG102) Environmental Studies (ENV140) Events Management (HTM110) Exercise Science (PE 110) Gender Studies (LST121) Graphic Design ( VC 105) Hospitality Management (HTM101) History (HST201) Human Services (HMS100) International Studies (IST100 ) Legal Studies (CJ 151) Music ( MUS111) Philosophy ( PHL100) Photography (PHT116) Political Science ( POL100) Psychology ( PSY100) Religious Studies ( REL104) Security Studies (POL115) Sociology ( SOC101) Spanish ( SP 101) Studio Art ( ART105) Theatre ( DRA100) ( course is in GENED general education category; otherwise a free ELECTIVE)
Class Patterns BUS120 XXX123 LST100 MTH126 ENG101 MWF 8 am-2pm : 3X week BUS120 MTH126 LST100 XXX123 ENG101 TR all day : 2X week MW 2pm-6pm : 2X week INT010 class time: F 1-4pm MTH126
Clubs & Activities Clubs Collegiate DECA Entrepreneurship Club Investment Club Campus clubs, sports, other activities Academic Options Study Abroad (Junior year) International Field Seminar (summer) Drop in Tutoring Labs Writing Center Private Tutoring
Happy Biz kids Learning styles: If there are specific educational requirements contact Academic Resources. Athletes: We have already assigned sports-friendly schedules; pick the remaining courses that finish before 3:15 PM daily!!! Go for good times: LST100 and ENG101 are based on the same syllabus they just differ by Professor and Topic. Go for balance: Try for 3 MWF/2 TR or 2 MWF/3 TR.
Key Dates July 11-12: Summer Orientation July 21- Aug 1: Registration Sept 1-2: Fall Orientation Sept 3: Classes begin Sept 11: Last Day of ADD/DROP Period
Help: The Front Line Michael Paige, Dean firstname.lastname@example.org 978-232-2259 Aileen Torrance, Assistant Dean email@example.com 978-232-2154 Catherine Matook, Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org 978-232-2157