Enrollment Policy for Non-Business Students
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Undergraduate Program Office, C140 PBB Enrollment Policy for Non-Business Students www.biz.uiowa.edu/upo 319-335-1037 The courses listed below are open to all majors; students may register for them through ISIS if they meet the prerequisites. If the course you wish to register for is not listed below, you must contact the instructor for approval to add the course. Students are encouraged to contact the instructor immediately, by e-mail, to inquire if a wait list has been started. Instructors may grant approval on the first day of classes if the student requesting the course meets the prerequisites and space permits. Please direct any questions regarding enrolling in business courses to the Undergraduate Program Office in C140 PBB, (319) 335-1037. Courses Open to Non-Business Students Accounting (06A) Finance (06F) 06A:001 Introduction to Financial Accounting 06F:100 Introductory Finance 06A:002 Managerial Accounting Business Administration (06B) Management & Organizations (06J) 06B:50 Competitive Intelligence Resources 06J:047 Introduction to Law 06B:110 Successful Business Presentations 06J:048 Introduction to Management 06B:115 Technical and Professional Editing 06J:147 Nonprofit Organizational Effectiveness I 06B:140 Business Writing 06J:148 Nonprofit Organizational Effectiveness II Entrepreneurship (06T) Management Sciences (06K) All undergraduate 06T courses unless otherwise restricted 06K:070 Computer Analysis on ISIS. 06K:100 Operations Management Economics (06E) Marketing (06M) All undergraduate 06E courses unless otherwise restricted on 06M:100 Introduction to Marketing Strategy ISIS. Prebusiness students may not take business courses for their major until after they are admitted to the Tippie College of Business and they may not be signed into a major course by the instructor after classes start. The exception to this policy is 6K:128, which can be taken by a prebusiness student who meets the admission guarantee. The College of Business strictly enforces prerequisites, and may administratively drop students who enroll in a course(s) for which they do not have the required prerequisites. See ISIS for a complete listing of the currently offered courses and their prerequisites. Summer session exception: non-business students (except prebusiness) wishing to enroll in summer courses may seek approval during early registration or anytime thereafter. Actuarial Science majors should see an adviser in C140 PBB immediately regarding enrolling in 06F:117 Corporate Finance. (Actuarial Science majors can be given special permission to enroll in 06F:117 during early registration for spring semester only. (For fall enrollment they must wait until the first day of classes and obtain instructor approval.) International Business Certificate (IBC) Students should see an advisor in C140 PBB to request special permission to enroll in selected restricted courses during early registration. Special permission is granted to those students who have officially declared the IBC certificate. Management Science courses (MIS), Undergraduate MIS courses, except 06K:126/226, are open to students outside the College (all students must still meet course prerequisites). Prebusiness majors may not enroll in MIS courses, with the exception of 6K:128 for which approval must be granted. Students outside the College should see an advisor in C140 PBB to request special permission to enroll in selected courses during early registration. Students outside the College are limited to a total of nine semester hours of MIS coursework (informatics students are exempt from the nine hour rule). Math C Program Students should see an advisor in C140 PBB to request special permission to enroll in selected courses during early registration. Special permission is granted to those students who have officially declared the Math C Program. Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) Certificate Students should see an advisor in C140 PBB to request special permission to enroll in selected restricted courses during early registration. Special permission is granted to those students who have officially declared the RMI certificate. The University of Iowa does not discriminate in employment or in its educational programs and activities on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or associational preference. The University also affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities and equal access to University facilities. For additional information on nondiscrimination policies, contact the Coordinator of Title IX and Section 504 and the ADA in the Office of Affirmative Action, 319/335-0705 (voice) or 319/335-0697 (text), 202 Jessup Hall, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1316.