The School is committed to the advisement of students. Students are required to meet and confer with a full-time SBPA faculty advisor from their chosen area of study at least twice. The first meeting is required upon declaration of a major course of study in SBPA. The second meeting is required two academic semesters before the date of expected graduation. An advisement meeting is also required when a student changes to another major in SBPA, adds a major in SBPA as a second major, changes Concentration within the BBA degree program, or transfers from another institution into SBPA. Note that this policy does not preclude students from seeking advisement at other times.
Students may obtain advisement forms for their major and sample four-year program plans from the SBPA Office. These forms should be completed prior to meeting with an advisor.