The Undergraduate Office is open from 8:00 AM to noon and from 1:00 to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. We are located on the third floor of the Scheller College of Business building, in Suite 322, next to the Dean's Suite.
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- BSBA (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration) students. The BSBA is required for all freshmen and transfer students who are admitted to Georgia Tech for Summer 2011 and after. Current Tech students who submit change of major forms to join the Scheller College of Business after January 17, 2011 will have the BSBA degree. Current BS Management students may change their majors to the BSBA degree after January 17, 2011.
- BSM (Bachelor of Science in Management) students. Any current BSM student may remain BSM. Any Tech student joining the Scheller College of Business through change of major prior to January 17, 2011 may graduate with the BSM degree. BSM students may change their majors to BSBA after January 17, 2011, with the exception of Spring 2011 BSM graduates. The first BSBA degrees will be awarded with the Summer 2011 graduating class.
- We encourage you to schedule an appointment to meet with your academic advisor to address curriculum and resources, academic goal planning, registration, academic problems, and other questions and concerns.
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- We offer walk-in "express" advising during registration periods (both phases). Just stop in for advising between 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. in room 322 in the Scheller College of Business. During express advising we will be addressing registration issues, and we will be available again for long term academic planning once registration ends.
Permits & Overloads
The Scheller College of Business does not allow overloads into our classes and we do not waive prerequisite (pre-req) courses. Management professors cannot waive pre-reqs or grant overloads.
Course Restrictions & Registration
Management undergraduate classes are restricted to management majors only through the majority of phase I of registration, and this restriction will not be waived.