Welcome to December’s MBA & MAcc newsletter! Included, you will find information about several upcoming events, as well as important administrative deadlines and updates. Please be sure to read through the newsletter carefully to make sure you get all of the information regarding upcoming events and important announcements.
Upcoming Events and Deadlines:
- Monday, December 2nd: Graduate Assistantship applications due (current GAs must re-apply)
- Saturday, December 14th: Battle in Seattle
- Monday, December 23rd: Christmas Holiday begins
- Wednesday, January 8th: New Student Orientation
- Monday, January 13th: Monday only classes begin
- Tuesday, January 14th: Classes begin
- Click here to see the Academic Calendar
- December 3rd: St. Al’s Young Adult Pub Night
- December 3rd – 15th: Christmas Tree Elegance at the Davenport Hotel
- December 5th: Spokane Young Professionals Event with Barters Closet
- December 8th: Gonzaga Alumni Association Annual Christmas Mass & Pictures with Santa
- December 14th: Battle in Seattle (join us in our GSB Suites!)
All Graduate Students:
Have You Moved or Changed Email Accounts?
Please email us at email@example.com with your updated contact information (email address, address, employment information). Please note that all current students are expected to check their Zagmail accounts; however, we are able to update your preferred secondary email address.
500 Level MBA & MAcc Courses: If your advisor has evaluated your pre-requisites and determined that you are required to take one or more 500 level pre-requisites, you will now be able to register for them on your own in most cases. You should also be able to register for the 600 level course they are a pre-requisite to in the following term.
For example, if you are required to take MBUS 501 Stats Review in Summer 1, you can register for MBUS 613 Quant & Stats Analysis in Summer 2 without getting an error.
International Issues Elective Requirement
Please remember that you are required to have 2 credits of elective coursework with an international focus to graduate.
The following courses fill this requirement:
MBUS 640 Global Operations and Supply Chain Management (Spring), 2 cr
MBUS 636 International Ethics (Spring), 1 cr