Below Undergraduate College of Management students will find links related to academic advising, forms, the student handbook, and writing resources.
Undergraduate Student Resources
Concentration Declaration Form
CMWA Registration Form
Credit Overload Request for College of Management Students
Graduation Quick Check Form
Independent Study for Credit Application [pdf]
Internship Course Registration Form
IT Track Declaration Form
Leave of Absence/Withdrawal Form [pdf]
Policy and Procedures for Incomplete (INC) Grade
Readmission Application [pdf]
Request for Waiver of the Transfer Credit Policy and Instructions
Undergraduate Registration Request Form
Guidelines for the Documentation of Academic Work [pdf]
References for Online [pdf]
References for Print [pdf]
Style Guide for CM Courses [pdf]
Textual Citations [pdf]
Using Quotations [pdf]
If you receive an error message from the WISER system, you will need to fill out a form to request enrollment. That form, as well as the specialization declaration form for MBA students and the independent study form, are located below.
Master's Student Resources
Use the Graduate Registration Request Form if you receive an error message from the WISER system. This is common if you have waived a class that is a pre-requisite for another class (example: you waived MBA AF 610 and are looking to take MBA AF 611). You should also use this form when trying to enroll in courses that require instructor permission, as well as capstone courses. The College of Management does not use permission codes. Registration requests are typically processed within 24 hours.
If you are completing an independent study, you must complete the Independent Study Form. After your faculty advisor and the appropriate department chair sign it, the form should be sent to the Graduate Programs Office.
Visit the Grad FAQs for additional questions.
PhD students in the College of Management will find application requirements and program answers below.
Doctoral Student Resources
Find out what life is like as an international student and the important documents you should bring to campus.