- Students in the School of Business are responsible for complying with all program and degree requirements stipulated in provisions of the official academic bulletin that govern their program of study
- Students should seek assistance from their academic advisors and faculty members to discuss their academic options to their career aspirations
- Requests for deviation from department, program, or school requirements are granted only by written approval from the respective chairperson or dean
- Students who are in violation of the provisions of the Bulletin may be withdrawn unilaterally by appropriate School officials from classes, deleted as Business students or have a "STOP" placed upon theur future enrollment
- Students with fewer than 45 credits, or who are still completing their foundational core courses in the business curriculum, must schedule an advising appointment with an Academic Advisor, who must authorize the course selections for the following semester. Appointments may be made through the Undergraduate Business Programs office email@example.com or (305) 284-4641 in October (for fall) or March (for spring)
Your Advising Appointment
- Bring the most recent copy of your ACE to every meeting with your Academic Advisor. One may be printed from myUM
- Develop or update your Curriculum Plan. Course offerings are constantly changing, thus you may choose from a wide array of courses to fulfill the general education requirements (provided that you have fulfilled the prerequisites.) Check myUM or the UM Bulletin for course descriptions and prerequisites. Consult your Advisor if you are not sure of your options
- As soon as myUM course listings become available, check section offerings (class times) for preferred courses and begin configuring some potential schedules. Faculty evaluations from previous semesters are also available for you to view. Remember to always have a "Plan B" and a "Plan C"
- With Advisor approval, you may elect to take a course for your minor, if you have selected one. This is especially true for Music Business minors, Communication minors, and Foreign Language minors. Check the UM Bulletin under the appropriate School of College or consult the appropriate departmental office for specifics. Remember that minors are not obligatory for Business students
- Please check myUM to see if you have any "STOPS" that would prevent you from registering on your assigned date
- Make sure that your address and e-mail information are up-to-date, that your immunization record has been filed with the Student Health Center, and that parking tickets and library fines have been paid
It was literally standing room only at the University of Miami’s fourth annual Real Estate Impact Conference on Wednesday, February 18. Hundreds gathered to network with national industry experts and glean perspectives on South Florida’s real estate market.
On March 23, 2015, the School of Business will host the fourth in its series of premier health care impact conferences, The Business of Health Care: Disruptive Technology, Access and Efficiency.
30 University of Miami alumni and student teams pitched their entrepreneurial concepts at a casting call for "Shark Tank," the critically acclaimed business-theme TV series airing on ABC and in syndication on CNBC.
Rather than taking into account and hedging for future income variations, as traditional models predict, households use their current income as a license to spend money, and this governs their investment decisions. That was a key finding of research by three members of the School’s finance faculty presented at the fifth annual Miami Behavioral Finance Conference.
In the wake of a market-wide crisis, such as the 9/11 terrorist attacks, trading by retail investors can move markets opposite to the trading by institutions. That is among the findings of a new study in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, from the School’s finance department.
"Alumni from the School's Executive MBA in Health Sector Management and Policy program are invited to join us for an evening of networking, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at this special reception, held in conjunction with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) 2015 Congress on Healthcare Leadership."
The School will host the fourth in its series of premier health care impact conferences, an unparalleled opportunity for the exchange of ideas on new technology in health care, the business of health care and the impact of changes in access to health care on the business community.
Join us for a half-day on-campus information session at the University of Miami School of Business Administration. Sit in on an MBA class and talk one-on-one with current MBA students about their experience.