SOM Course Memo0

SOM Course Memo0 - responsibility to list an alternative non-SOM course and be prepared to take it should you not be able to enroll in your first

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SOM Course Memorandum Memo to: All BDIC students who may include any School of Management courses in their proposal. Courses in the School of Management are often overenrolled. For this reason, it has become necessary to emphasize the following points: 1. BDIC majors may include a maximum of four courses (one per semester) from the School of Management in their BDIC program. 2. Being a BDIC major does not guarantee you admission to any SOM course. BDIC students are not precluded from enrolling in SOM courses, but they have the same priority as students from non-SOM departments. SOM professors will not always accept the plea that you need a specific course for graduation, etc. any more than they would accept such a plea from one of the other non-SOM majors. 3. Therefore, for each SOM course that you include in your BDIC proposal, it is your
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Unformatted text preview: responsibility to list an alternative non-SOM course and be prepared to take it should you not be able to enroll in your first choice. Alternative courses can be taken through Continuing Education, in another department at UMass, and/or at another college or university. However, even at another college or university, the substitute courses must be outside that college or university’s management department. I have read and understood the above policy. _____________________________________ Student Name (print) _____________________________________ Signed _____________________________________ Date Rev 7/10 BACHELOR’S DEGREE WITH INDIVIDUAL CONCENTRATION 608 Goodell • 140 Hicks Way • University of Massachusetts at Amherst 01003-3232 • (413)545-2504 • [email protected]..
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course BDIC 396p taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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