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Business Career Services (BCS)

     College of Business Honors Programs
          James Scholar Program
          Dean's List
          Beta Gamma Sigma
          College Graduation Honors
          University Honors (Bronze Tablet)
          College of Business Honors Program

Study Abroad
     Considerations for Studying Abroad
     Where to Get More Information
     Application Process
     Grading and Credits
     Midpoint Rule
     Financial Aid and Scholaraship

The University Career Center

Prelaw Advising

Freshman Orientation: Developing the Fall Schedule
     Step One—Math
     Step Two—Rhetoric
     Step Three—Economics
     Step Four—Computer Science
     Step Five—Foreign Language
     Step Six—General Education Courses
     Step Seven—Freshman Discovery Courses
     Step Eight—Electives
     Sample Freshman Schedules

Earn a Degree from the College of Business

124 Hours are Needed to Satisfy Degree Requirements

University Requirements / General Education

Business Core Requirements
     Credit Limitations
     Declaring/Changing Majors

Major Requirements
     Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
     Bachelor/Master in Accountancy
     Business Administration
     Business Process Management
     Information Systems & Information Technology
     Management—General Concentration
     Management—International Business
     Supply Chain Management
     Multiple Majors Within the Department of Business Administration
     Bachelor of Science in Finance

Dual Degrees


Notification of Intent to Graduate
Completion of Degree Requirements
How Your Degree Is Certified
If You Miss Certification Deadlines

College Policies

Maximum and Minimum Course Loads
Course Underloads (under 12 hours)
Course Overloads (over 18 hours)
      Academic Probation/Drop
      Academic Progress
      Credit/No Credit Grading Option
      How Do I Request A Course As Credit/No Credit?
      What are the Deadlines for a Credit/No Credit Request and
            to Change Credit/No Credit Back to a Letter Grade?
      What Are The Restrictions?
      Important To Note When Considering The CR/NC Option:
      Disciplinary Action
      Emergencies and Absences
      Final Examinations
      Exam Conflicts
Grading System and Grade Reports
      Grades authorized for all UIU C colleges
      Incomplete Grades
      Leave of Absence
      Re-Entry after being Dropped
      Re-Entry after a Withdrawal, Cancellation or Leave of Absence
      Repeating A Course
      Transferring Out of the College
Withdrawing from the University
      Withdrawal BEFORE the Semester Begins (Cancel Registration)
      Withdrawal AF TER the Semester Begins
Residency Requirements
      University Residency Requirement
      College Residency Requirement
      Departmental Residency Requirement
      Guided Individual Study (Correspondence Courses)
Credits Earned Outside UIUC
      Advanced Placement
      International Baccalaureate Credit
      A-Level Credits
      Proficiency Credits
      College Credit while in High School
      College Credit at Parkland
      Transfer Credit from Other Colleges
      CLEP Credit
      Independent Study

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