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Spring 2020 Registration FAQs

Posted by: pepper | October 15, 2019 | No Comment |

Please visit your advisor to be cleared to register, review your mid-term grades, and talk about your future. A list of faculty office hours is available here. Tips from the Registrar are available here.

Frequently asked questions about registering for Spring 2020 courses include:

1. How do I declare my major/concentration or change my major/concentration?

2. I need an experiential course. Which Spring 2020 classes will fulfill that requirement?

3. How do I know which classes I need?

4. How do I change advisors?

5. What are the internship options?

6. I want to study abroad. How can I get courses at another university approved to count for my Gonzaga courses?

7. I plan to take classes at another university this summer. How can I make sure those classes will transfer back to Gonzaga?

8. I am a senior and plan to take business ethics. I thought I had to take BUSN 480 and BUSN 485, but I only see BUSN 480. Answer: BUSN 480 (2 credits) and BUSN 485 (1 credit) have been combined into BUSN 480 (3 credits).

9. Can I take any section of BUSN 480 that I want?Answer: The 10 a.m. section is restricted to Finance concentrations. All other sections are open to registration for all seniors.

10. When is my registration window? Answer: You can find this information under the Registration tab on Zagweb.

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Spring 2020: BUSN 480 designations

Posted by: pepper | October 15, 2019 | No Comment |

In the Spring 2020, one section of BUSN 480 will be designated for finance students. Students are encouraged to sign up for the sections with their designations. Other students should sign up for any of the open sections.

20861 Senior Seminar Business Ethics 09:00am-09:50am MWF All majors and concentrations
20920 Senior Seminar Business Ethics 10:00am-10:50am MWF Finance concentrations
20921 Senior Seminar Business Ethics 11:00am-11:50am MWF All majors and concentrations
20922 Senior Seminar Business Ethics 01:50pm-03:05pm TR All majors and concentrations
21738 Senior Seminar Business Ethics 06:00pm-08:30pm W All majors and concentrations
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Spring 2020 Experiential Classes

Posted by: pepper | October 15, 2019 | No Comment |

Do you need to take an experiential course to complete your degree requirement? Experiential courses are those that give you hands-on experience with the curriculum. Here is a list of Spring 2020 courses that will count toward your experiential requirement (if you have one):

1. Internships. For details on how to get an internship and get credit for it, click here.

2. BUSN 470 Multidisciplinary Action Projects: This course is team-taught by Dean Ken Anderson and two others. Students work in small teams to tackle projects for actual clients. The class has several projects each semester.

3. ACCT 471 Forensic Accounting Lab: This course is also called the “Justice for Fraud Victims Project.” It is a joint program with members of the community (law enforcement, prosecutors, and local certified fraud examiners) to investigate real cases of suspected fraud that are referred by local law enforcement. Enrollment is by application only. For information, contact Dr. Weber at weber@gonzaga.edu.

4. BFIN 429 A, B, C: This class on portfolio management runs across three semesters (one credit per semester) and typically begins in the spring of a students’ junior year. year. Registration by instructor permission. Contact Dr. Barnes at barnes@gonzaga.edu.

5. BUSN.494 Small Business Consulting: This class requires an application process. Contact Dr. Todd Finkle at finklet2000@yahoo.com for details.

How do you know if you need an experiential class?

If you have one concentration, you need to take 1. an experiential or international class and 2. a broadening class
If you have two or more concentrations, you need to take 1. an experiential or international class but you do not need 2. a broadening class (because your second concentration provides that).

If you have an accounting major and no concentration, you do not need to take a broadening, experiential, or international course beyond what is required in the accounting curriculum.

If you have an accounting major and one or more concentrations, you need to take 1. an experiential or international class but you do not need 2. a broadening class (because your accounting major provides that).

If you have a concentration in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (and no other concentrations), you need to take 1. an international class and 2. a broadening class.

If you have an International Business concentration, you need to take either a Broadening, Experiential or 200-level of higher language course.

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Office Hours Fall 2019

Posted by: pepper | September 6, 2019 | No Comment |

This is a list of office hours in the SBA

Name Location and Phone Office Hours GU Email
Ken Anderson JP 233B ext 3418 By appointment anderson@gonzaga.edu
Monica Banyi JP 214 ext 3435 T 10-12; TW 1:30-2:30  banyi@gonzaga.edu
Bud Barnes JP 223 ext 6114 TR 2:15-3:30 barnes@gonzaga.edu
Gerhard Barone JP 245 ext 7032 TW 1-3 barone@gonzaga.edu
John Beck JP 235 ext 3429 MWF 11-11:30; TR 1:30-3:30 beck@gonzaga.edu
Randy Bennett JP 230 ext 3411 MWF 3-4; T 3:30-4:30 bennett@gonzaga.edu
Mirjeta Beqiri JP 263 ext 3443 MW 1:30-3  beqiri@gonzaga.edu
Scott Bozman JP 225 ext 3409 TR 8-9; T 2-4  bozman@gonzaga.edu
Andrew Brajcich JP 256 ext 7053 MW 10-12  brajcich@gonzaga.edu
Rebecca Bull Schaefer JP 213 ext 3422 W 9:30-12; 1:30-3  bullschaefer@gonzaga.edu
Jason Chen JP 259 ext 3421 TR 4:30-6; W 4-5 chen@gonzaga.edu
Ta-Tao Chuang JP 257 ext 3431 M 3:30-4:30; TR 3:15-4:45  chuang@gonzaga.edu
John Correia JP 224 ext 5698 MW 1-2:30; F 1-2  correia@gonzagag.edu
Cathy DeHart JP 215 ext 3448 M 1:10-2:10; TW 1:30-2:30; R 1:50-2:50  dehart@gonzaga.edu
David Elloy JP 229 ext 3434 MW 11-1 elloy@gonzaga.edu
Todd Finkle JP 227 ext 7048 MT 5-6; 8:30-9:30 pm  finkle@gonzaga.edu
Don Hackney JP 240 ext 7043 TWR 1:30-3 hackney@gonzaga.edu
Scott Hedin JP 232 ext 3437 MWF 10-12  hedin@gonzaga.edu
Jim Helgeson JP 268 ext 3413 MW 3:15-5:15  helgeson@gonzaga.edu
Kevin Henrickson JP 253 ext 3408 MW 9:30 – 11:30  henrickson@gonzaga.edu
Ryan Herzog JP 250 ext 7054 TR 9:30-11:30   herzogr@gonzaga.edu
Jane  Hession JP 011 ext 3425 MTWThF 9-12; 1-5  
Matt Hoag JP 254 ext 7035 W 10-12; TR 1:30-2:30  hoag@gonzaga.edu
Erica Johnson JP 249 ext 7026 W 10-12; TR 12:30-1:30  johnsone@gonzaga.edu
Sara Kern JP 231 ext 7031 TR 1-1:45; W 12:30-3  kern@gonzaga.edu
Marybeth Kuester JP 011 ext 7027 By appointment  
Lada Kurpis JP 226 ext 7033 TR 8:30-10:30; T 2-3  kurpis@gonzaga.edu
Jillian LaBelle JP 217 ext 3416 M 1:30-3; T 9:30-10:45; R 1:45-3 labellej@gonzaga.edu
Dan Law JP 252 ext 3426 M 11-12; 1-3; W 11-12  law@gonzaga.edu
Adriane Leithauser JP 205 ext 3419 M 1-2:30; TR 11-12:30  leithauser@gonzaga.edu
Connie Lipsker JP 241 ext 7042 MW 4:15-5:15; T 3-5  lipsker@gonzaga.edu
Peggy Sue Loroz JP 236 ext 3433 TR 9:30-10:30; MW 10:30-11:30 loroz@gonzaga.edu
Casey McNellis JC 212 ext 7304 MW 11-12; 1-2:30  mcnellis@gonzaga.edu
Matt McPherson JP 220 ext 7034 TR 1-3 mcpherson@gonzaga.edu
Justin Morscheck JP 208 ext 7052 MWF 10:30-11:30; M 2:30-3:30  morscheck@gonzaga.edu
Tim Olsen JP 204 ext 3417 Gonzaga in Florence in Fall  olsent@gonzaga.edu
Vivek Patil JP 228 ext 7046 MW 9-11  patil@gonzaga.edu
Molly Pepper JP 267 ext 3432 W 10-12; R 2-4  pepper@gonzaga.edu
Chris Stevens JP 248 ext 3414 TR 12:30-2:30  stevensc@gonzaga.edu
Brian Steverson JP 218 ext 3415 TR 1-3 steverson@gonzaga.edu
Dan Stewart JP 242C ext 3406 By appointment stewartd@gonzaga.edu
Masha Tackett JP 207 ext 3410 M 10-12; W 1:30-3:30   tackettm@gonzaga.edu
Ashish Thatte JP 207 ext 3410 Sabbatical Fall 2019 thatte@gonzaga.edu
Annie Voy JP 206 ext 7028 T 12:10-2:30; R 12:10-2  voy@gonzaga.edu
Danielle Xu JP 247 ext 7098 TR 1:40-3:40   xu@gonzaga.edu
Yelin Zhang JP 246 ext 7030 TR 9:50-10:50; 3:05-4:05 zhangy2@gonzaga.edu
Gary Weber JP 264 ext 3427 M 10:30-12; T 4-5:30; W 2-3  weber@gonzaga.edu
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MKTG 489 Content Production

Posted by: pepper | August 27, 2019 | No Comment |

Please note an awesome new course offering for Fall that will be taught by Aaron Sanchez, ’02. This course has a MKTG 310 pre-req and requires an application to register, as outlined below. The first class is FRIDAY, AUG. 30.

MKTG 489 Content Production

Learn how to produce professional-quality digital content. In this course, you’ll learn the production process from an advertising industry veteran, giving you an up close look at how agencies and production companies take an idea and turn it into a live product. Specifically, you’ll make a series of audio podcasts about Gonzaga alumni and their careers and lives after leaving GU. (Course Prereq: MKTG 310)

Schedule: The in-person portion of this course takes place over three weekends. Attendance at these sessions is required.

Session 1 (Friday, Aug 30, Saturday, Aug 31)

Friday: 4pm – 7pm Saturday: 10am – 4pm

Session 2 (Friday, Sept 27, Saturday, Sept 28)

Friday: 4pm – 7pm Saturday: 10am – 4pm

Session 3 (Friday, Nov 22, Saturday, Nov 23)

Friday: 4pm – 7pm Saturday: 10am – 4pm

Does this course meet any requirements?

This course will fulfill the 3 upper division elective credits for Marketing concentrations. It also may be used to fulfill 3 elective credits for the Promotion minor or the Digital Marketing minor. This course also meets the experiential requirement for business majors or the broadening requirement for single-concentration business students who aren’t in marketing.

Why should I consider this course?

  • If you are interested in advertising agencies, this course will help you understand what happens when an idea goes from being an idea to a final product. The production process that applies to podcasts also applies to film, social media, and print productions.
  • In this class, you’ll learn how to structure a narrative and tell a story from beginning to end in a creative way. You’ll learn how music, editing, and sound design can shape a story.
  • We’ll study industry-leading podcasts, learning what makes them so popular. You don’t need to be a fan of podcasts, and you may not be one after the course. But, you’ll learn more about the sector of media that’s growing faster than any other.
  • Students in this course will get to meet about 45 different GU grads and learn how they built their careers after leaving school. The insights students will gain from the alumni will help them on their own career paths.
  • Students will leave the class with three professional-quality productions and an ad campaign that they can put on their resume and possibly their portfolio sites to show to prospective employers.
  • One of the most important modern marketing skills that professionals say students should master is content marketing. (See this infographic for one such example: https://online.maryville.edu/blog/11-modern-marketing-skills-for-business-innovators-to-master/.)

How can I register for this course?

If you are interested in registering for this course, you must submit your resume via email to the course instructor at aaron.sanchez@gmail.com. Your resume should display relevant coursework, volunteering, or jobs that have prepared you for this course. Previous work in production is not a requirement.

Any questions about the course may be directed to Aaron at aaron.sanchez@gmail.com.

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Out-of-Town One-Credit Classes Fall 2019

Posted by: pepper | April 28, 2019 | No Comment |

Gonzaga’s School of Business offers one-credit classes to all students each semester. The classes described below involve travel out of town and come with an additional fee. Scholarships are available.

These classes can often serve as general electives in a student’s pursuit of a degree. Registration is open to ALL MAJORS. The classes are listed on Zagweb.

Boeing
Sunday, Sept. 8 and Friday, Sept. 13 (with travel to Seattle on Thursday Sept. 12)

Microsoft
Friday, Sept. 20 (with travel to Seattle on Thursday Sept. 19)

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
Sunday, Oct. 20 and Friday, Nov. 22 (all travel to and from Pullman is on Friday)

Details on each class are below.

TWO IMPORTANT NOTES

  • These classes meet on Fridays. This may prevent you from registering on Zagweb because of the overlap with other classes you are taking. To register, call the Registrar’s office at 313-6592.
  • Participation in the class is not an automatic excused absence from your Friday classes. Be sure to discuss your involvement in the class with your Friday instructors. You will be provided a letter that confirms your participation in the course.

 

BUSN 259 Value Chain Analysis at Microsoft

This course has a $150 fee. Scholarships are available.

What’s your area of expertise? How will you apply it when you reach the workforce? Organizations will need your subject-matter expertise, but also will require you to span boundaries between departments. Gone are the days of staying in your comfort zone. Today’s workers need to understand how the whole organization works and be willing to step up to new challenges.

To address the skills needed to have a boundary-spanning career, a one-credit skills class is being offered at Microsoft.  Students in this class will roam the 88 acres of the Microsoft campus with the Chief Technology Officer himself: Gonzaga business school alum Stuart McKee. Also joining us will be Max McKee, recent graduate from Gonzaga in Computer Science and new hire at Microsoft, who will share his experiences as a recent graduate making the leap into full-time work at Microsoft. Stuart’s grandfather and Max’s great grandfather Archie Sherar also graduated from Gonzaga – in 1933.

Students will learn about the need for boundary spanning skills, image management, and how the various operations of a business work together to create value. McKee invites you to open your mind to the latest and greatest innovations in the world of technology.   This is an unscripted tour inside one of the most recognizable companies in the world – from finance to product engineering to facilities management – we will discuss it all. Topics and discussions will range from the inner workings of the business world to the newest technology that is not on the market yet. Course content and facilitation will help you develop skills to thrive in a large in a large organization where spanning boundaries between departments and combining expertise is the norm.

Buses will leave Spokane at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19. We will be staying at a hotel near Microsoft. We will spend Friday at Microsoft and return to Spokane around midnight.

Dr. Molly Pepper and Dr. Mary Heitkemper

BUSN 270 Project Management at Boeing

This course has a $150 fee. Scholarships are available.

This includes a trip to Boeing in Renton, WA. This one credit hour course provides students an introduction to how The Boeing Company executes and manages aerospace projects through an immersive visit to their production facility near Seattle, WA.  Students will be provided a one-of-a-kind opportunity to view commercial aircraft being assembled on a production line before they take to the sky.  In addition, students will receive a brief introduction of skills necessary to manage a wide range of projects at The Boeing Company including: project planning, task scheduling, and project reporting.

Also included will be a hands-on experience with implementation of a project and a cross-talk with Boeing employees designed to give students a chance to learn from a company filled with inquisitive, energetic, enterprising and talented people.

Open to all Majors, however will be especially beneficial to those students who are in Business (Finance, Management Information Systems or Operations and Supply Chain Management) or Engineering degree paths.

Class meets from 6-9 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8 and Friday, Sept. 13. Buses will leave Spokane at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12. We will be staying at a hotel near Boeing. We will spend Friday at Boeing and return to Spokane around midnight.

Instructors: Dr. Mirjeta Beqiri and Dr. Danielle Xu

 
 
BUSN 269 Financial Analysis at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories

This class has a $50 fee. Scholarships are available.

This class includes a trip to Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories headquarters in Pullman, Washington. SEL produces digital relays and systems to protect power grids, prevent blackouts, and make electrical power safer, more reliable, and more economical. SEL will provide students with a finance-related  business case to solve. Class will meet from 5 -9 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 to begin work on the case. During the Sunday night class, students will be put in groups and provided with the material needed to help them analyze the case. The students will then have three weeks in which to create a presentation for SEL. Students will travel to Pullman on Friday, Nov. 22 to tour the organization, attend lunch with company leaders, and present findings to the Chief Financial Officer and other SEL employees.

The bus will leave for Pullman around 7 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 22.

Instructors: Dr. JD Morscheck and Dr. Molly Pepper

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Fall 2019 Weekend Classes

Posted by: pepper | April 28, 2019 | No Comment |

Gonzaga’s School of Business offers one-credit weekend classes to all students each semester. These classes can often serve as general electives in a student’s pursuit of a degree. Registration is open to ALL MAJORS. The classes are listed on Zagweb.

 

BUSN 268 Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness: What do forest fires, cyber attacks, pandemics and power outages all have in common? They can take a business, large or small, to its knees without sufficient emergency preparedness plans in place. Human-made and natural emergencies happen, is your business ready? Emergency Preparedness is a back-burner issue for most business managers, until the unthinkable happens they never thought would happen. This class gives a real world overview of why, and more importantly how, strategic business owners keep emergency preparedness on the front burner. Entrepreneurs risk everything to start a new business… but once that business gets rolling, why risk what they’ve created by failing to do a little disaster planning?

John Meekhof
Vice President and Senior Consultant at Capstone Consulting Group, LLC

4-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8
9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9

OR

4-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22
9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23

BUSN 252 Career Formation

This class is designed for first-year and sophomore students. It is taught with community partners and the staff of Career and Professional Development to help students “connect the dots” between their interests, values, skills, and academic and career options. The Ignatian pedagogical paradigm invites Gonzaga University students to experience, reflect, and act on their career formation goals. Exercises will help students think about their career goals in relationship to their academic and co-curricular experience. This course offers students an introduction to the career development process. Through self-assessment, exploration, and reflection, students identify potential career interests and gain an understanding of how their interest, values, skills and major relates to various careers and professions. From career exploration to self-marketing, this course offers students increased awareness of their own knowledge, skills and abilities. At the end of this course, students will be able to fully utilize career resources and services available to integrate their learning and experience.
Brittany Leland, Associate Director, Career Education & Experiential Engagement in Career and Professional Development at Gonzaga
4-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9

 

BUSN 260 Introduction to Non-Profits

This class is the first in a three-class series on non-profit management. You can take one, two, or all three classes in the series.

This course serves as an introduction to the world of non-profit organizations. It includes background on the history, legal structure, and operation of non-profits, with hands-on practice in different elements of non-profits, including mission creation, strategic planning and understanding management and financial aspects of non-profits.

Jamie Borgan, Program Director at New Leaf Bakery Cafe

9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9

9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10

BUSN 267  Survey of Law and Ethics Affecting Health Management
This class reviews both private health law issues and government regulation of health services. It covers material recommended by the AUPHA (Association of University Programs in Health Administration) Health Law Task Force. The class undertakes a survey of legal and ethical issues facing professionals in the health care system focusing on four ultimate concerns: quality; cost; equitable access; and autonomy. Coverage includes: defining, evaluating and distributing health care; professional liability; the relationship of physician and patient; institutional liability; bioethics concerns; quality control regulation; access to health care; and legal oversight. The course attempts to enhance sensitivity, not only to those needing health care, but also for those professionals that may work in the health care area, to the contributions, problems, and limitations of the disciplines and professions that formulate, contribute to, and administer medical care and health policy.

Teresa A. Generous, M.ED., J.D.
Laboratory Corporation of America, Transaction and Strategic Initiatives Team Member
4-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16

BUSN 254 Image & Reputation Management

Whether it’s personal or professional, everyone has an image. You have a self-image and others have an image of you. Over time, you develop a reputation. What does your image say about you? Whether through social media, personal interaction, or word of mouth, your image and reputation can determine whether you prosper. This course is designed to support you in your endeavors to build, maintain, and even repair your personal and professional image and reputation.

Stephanie Vigil, TV News Anchor at KHQ
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17

BUSN 267 Leadership
Business leaders influence followers to use their skills and abilities to help achieve an organization’s mission. This course provides a case study of the art and science of leadership.
Brian Newberry, CEO of Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington Northern Idaho
9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16
9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17

BUSN 253 Career Activation

This class is designed for junior and senior students. It is taught with community partners and the staff of Career and Professional Development to help students prepare to transition into the workplace. It will cover critical skills for a successful college-to-career transition such as office politics, teambuilding, healthy work relationships, salary negotiations, and conflict resolution. At the end of this course, students will have developed a career development plan and be able to effectively articulate their knowledge, skills and abilities as part of the employment process. Emphasis is placed on practical skill development to be applied to the workplace.
Brittany Leland, Associate Director, Career Education & Experiential Engagement in Career and Professional Development at Gonzaga.
4-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23

BUSN 269 Special Topics: Leadership in Global Business Environments
Organizations engaged in for-profit or non-profit work are increasingly expanding beyond national borders. Working in regional, international, or global contexts calls for leadership ability and business acumen that steer organizations to success. By exploring how strong leadership in complex and evolving global environments is needed to meet an organization’s goals and to safeguard the planet, we highlight how organizations can be change agents with a vested interest in improving the wellbeing of the communities they operate in, and society at large. Leadership in global business environments calls for individuals who can adjust seamlessly in fluid environments with multiple players with diverse backgrounds, worldviews, socio-economic, and political persuasions.

Rosemary Muriungi, Former Deputy Head of Human Resources, United Nations Development Program
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24

 

BUSN 267 Customer Service

In any industry, the organizations that separate themselves tend to have one thing in common – outstanding customer service.  In this class, students will dissect and discuss different types of customer service (both internal and external), and how customer service can be applied in any type of interaction.  As an employee of a Minor League Baseball Team, the instructor will focus much of the class on real-world examples of event-based customer service, and emphasize the difference between customer service and service recovery.”

Kyle Day, Assistant General Manager – Sponsorships Spokane Indians Baseball
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22

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How do I add a business minor?

Posted by: pepper | April 11, 2019 | No Comment |

To add a business minor, pick up a form at Jepson 234 or in the Advising Center in the Jepson basement (room 011).

To complete the form, fill out the top with personal information, check all boxes that apply (including your current major and any other minors), and get required signatures:

  1. Student
  2. Advisor (of your major)
  3. Dean’s Designate: In this case, one of the advisors in the Academic Advising Center in the basement of Jepson (room 011).
  4. Take form to the Registrar’s office in College Hall 239.
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SBA FAQs

Posted by: pepper | April 11, 2019 | No Comment |

Here are some common questions from students:

Who is my advisor?

How do I change advisors?

When and where are faculty office hours?

How do I change my major/concentration?

How do I know which classes I need to complete?

What are my internship options?

I want to study abroad. How can I get courses at another university approved to count for my Gonzaga courses?

I want to take classes at another university. How can I transfer those credits to Gonzaga?

I am a senior and plan to take business ethics. How do BUSN 480 and BUSN 485 work?

How do I add a business minor?

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Fall 2019 Advising FAQs

Posted by: pepper | March 24, 2019 | No Comment |

Please visit your advisor to be cleared to register, review your mid-term grades, and talk about your future. A list of faculty office hours is available here.

Frequently asked questions about registering for Fall 2019 courses include:

1. How do I declare my major/concentration or change my major/concentration?

2. I need an experiential course. Which Fall 2019 classes will fulfill that requirement?

3. How do I know which classes I need?

4. How do I change advisors?

5. What are the internship options?

6. I want to study abroad. How can I get courses at another university approved to count for my Gonzaga courses?

7. I plan to take classes at another university this summer. How can I make sure those classes will transfer back to Gonzaga?

8. I am a senior and plan to take business ethics. How do BUSN 480 and BUSN 485 work?

9. Can I take any section of BUSN 480 and 485 that I want? Click here to learn which sections are designated for accounting majors and marketing concentrations.

10. When is my registration window? You can find this information under the Registration tab on Zagweb.

 

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