College of Business FAQ
If you are a Business pre-major or are considering declaring a Business major, you should see an adviser in the Advising Center. Please call (775) 784-4912 to schedule an appointment. You can email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have declared a business major, you should meet with your designated faculty adviser. Please contact your faculty adviser to schedule an appointment.
More information about Business majors is available here. See the University's General Catalog for specific degree requirements.
You should make an appointment with an advisor in the Advising Center to declare a Business major or minor. Additional information about declaring a major or minor is available online.
If you would like to be a business major and your DARS report reflects another major, please contact the Advising Center to declare your business major.
DARS compares a student's course work, both Nevada and transfer, with the requirements of an academic degree program, and prepares a comprehensive report, or audit, which details the student's progress toward meeting those requirements. For more information, go to visit MyNEVADA.
You can access your current DARS through MyNEVADA.
If you need a correction or exception made to your DARS, please make an appointment with an advisor in the Advising Center.
Your requirements for graduation are based on your catalog year – the year in which you declared your College of Business major. You can find your catalog year on your DARS, available through MyNEVADA .
All Business students must pass MATH 176 as a part of the pre-business core. Math Placement information is available from the Mathematics Center website.
My ACT/SAT score placed me in a lower English class than I believe is appropriate for me. Is there something I can do?
You can complete a placement evaluation or credit-by-exam (CBE) through the University's Core Writing Program.
You must declare a College of Business major and have completed all of the pre-business core classes to be enrolled in 300 level business courses.
The Dean’s List is published once a semester. You must have 12 or more credits in the semester with a GPA of 3.50 or above.
Find more information about College of Business scholarships.
Send an e-mail to email@example.com to become a member of the College of Business mailing list.
Your first stop should be the Office of International Students and Scholars.
Contact Counseling Services.
Go to the Records and Registration graduation web page for more information.