Please visit your advisor to be cleared to register, review your mid-term grades, and talk about your future. Tips from the Registrar are available here.
Frequently asked questions about registering for Spring 2022 courses include:
How does the BIE requirement work?
BIE stands for Broadening, International, and Experiential. Every business student falls into one of the categories below.
- Business students with a single concentration take a Broadening course and either an International or Experiential course.
- Business students with two or more concentrations take either an International or Experiential course with these exceptions:
- Students with an International Business concentration take either a Broadening, Experiential or 200-level or higher language course.
- Students with a concentration in Entrepreneurship and Innovation take a Broadening or an International course.
- Accounting students who do not have a business concentration are not required to take a Broadening, International, or Experiential course.
- Accounting majors who have a business concentration such as finance take either an International or Experiential course.
A course taken to fulfill a concentration requirement may not be double-counted to satisfy a requirement in the Broadening, International, or Experiential area.
Spring 2022 Experiential Courses
- ACCT 471 Forensic Accounting Lab
- BUSN 430 Sustainable Business
- BUSN 470 Multidisciplinary Act Projects
- BUSN 491 Startup Accelerator
- BUSN 494 Small Business Consulting
- Internships (See requirements.)
- MKTG 490 Promotion Project
Spring 2022 International Courses
1. ECON 311 Global Economic Issues
2. OPER 440 Global Operations and Supply Chain Management
3. MGMT 355 International Management
Spring 2022 Broadening Courses
A broadening course is any 300 or 400-level business course outside a student’s concentration. For example, BMIS 443 Technology for Web and Mobile-based Business would serve as a Broadening course for a student with a marketing concentration. Likewise, MKTG 315 Consumer Behavior would serve as a Broadening course for students with an MIS concentration.
Can I count my internship for academic credit?
Answer: Juniors and Seniors can get up to three credits for internships by meeting certain criteria. More information on how to register for an internship is available here.
Which one-credit weekend classes will be offered in the spring?
BUSN 267 01 Business Leadership
BUSN 267 02 Professional Readiness
BUSN 267 03 Intro to Cryptocurrency
BUSN 268 Landing Jobs in Mktg&Advrtsng
BUSN 269 01 Economics of the Side Hustle
BUSN 269 02 (and 03) Applying Excel Skills to Real-life Business Scenarios
BUSN 270 01 Work Hacks
BUSN 270 02 Community Service & Leadership
More information on these courses is available here.
I want to get “signed in” to a closed section of a course. What should I do?
Answer: First, check whether you can join the waitlist. This is a new Zagweb feature that allows students to place themselves on the waitlist. If a seat becomes available, the student highest on the waitlist will receive an email to their ZagMail address indicating they have the option to register for the course. The student will have 24 hours to register for the course provided they meet the normal registration requirements for the particular course.
Second, if the course does not have a waitlist on Zagweb, download a Course Authorization form from this page and follow the instructions on the page for having it approved.
I need a course with the university core designation Global Studies, Writing Enriched, and/or Social Justice. How do I find out which courses have those attributes?
Answer: Instructions on finding attributes are available here. That link will help you find courses across the university and in the business school with designations. If you are looking for a business class that will meet these requirements, the list is here.
How do I know which classes I need to take?
Answer: Talk with your advisor, but you can also run a degree evaluation. It will show you which classes you have already taken and which classes remain to be taken. Instructions for how to furn a degree evaluation are available here.
Can I “double count” some of my classes?
Answer: Some classes can count for two requirements. More information is available here.
How do I change advisors?
Answer: Download a Change of Advisor from this page and follow the instructions on the page for having it approved.
When is my registration window?
Answer: You can find this information under the Registration tab on ZAGWEB:
1. Log into ZAGWEB
2. Select “Student”
3. Select “Student Profile”
4. Ensure the term you are registering for is selected in the upper left corner
5. Select “Registration Notices” in the upper right corner
6. You will see your time ticket indicated at the bottom of the “Registration Notices” section
I think I want to do an individualized concentration. How does that work?
Answer: Students may design an interdisciplinary concentration of courses related to their individual goals and interests. Use this link to learn more.
How do I declare my major/concentration or change my major/concentration?
Answer: Download a Declaration of Major from this page and follow the instructions on the page for having it approved.
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).
Can I take any section of BUSN 480 that I want or are sections restricted by concentrations?
Answer: BUSN 480 sections are no longer restricted by concentration. All sections are available to all concentrations.
I plan to take classes at another university this summer. How can I make sure those classes will transfer back to Gonzaga?
Answer: Instructions are available here.
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