COBE Advising Services Center
A. Finish in 4 is a new program designed to help students finish their education in four years thereby keeping the cost of obtaining a degree down. Students who want to participate in Finish in 4 in the College of Business need to make an appointment with an advisor in the COBE Advising Services Center to go over in detail what the program is, which classes you will need to take and work out a plan of action for you.
A. You must change your major in My.BoiseState. From the main screen select “Student View”, then “My Academics”, then “Change my Major”. You can search for the degree you are looking for in the search box at the top right corner of the screen. Once you have submitted the change you can verify that your major has changed by running your Academic Advisement Report (AAR). Check the section where the major is listed (it will be after the GE requirements section)..
A. If you have an Associate’s degree, see the COBE Advising Services Center, MBEB 1213, for information on how your credits will count towards a four year degree. If you already have a Bachelor’s degree and are returning for a second degree in Accounting, Economics or Information Technology Management or Supply Chain Management please see the department of the major you have chosen for your second degree. They will complete a second degree checklist which will tell you what courses you will need to take. If you are second degree seeking in Entrepreneurial Management, Finance, General Business, Human Resource Management, International Business, or Marketing please see an advisor in the Advising Services Center.
A. General Business Minor applications are available in the College of Business and Economics COBE Advising Services Center, MBEB 1213. Fill out this form and return it to the COBE Advising and Career Center. When the application has been approved, a copy will be mailed to you. To declare a specific minor (e.g. Marketing), contact the department offering the minor for any application form or process that may be required. Be aware that not all departments require an application and some may require an advisory meeting to work out the required curriculum. See Major Requirements for minor course requirements.
A. Contact the Disability Resource Center in the Administration Building, Room 114, phone 208-426-1583.