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Changing Your Major to Business Administration

Choosing the correct major is a very important decision. Finding the right major will play a critical role in your success here at Georgia Tech and when you enter the job market. It is not a decision that should be made without a good amount of consideration. Please read through this entire page for important information and instructions.

Tech Square

Eligibility to Change Major to Business Administration

Please Note: Due to not being able to hold on-campus meetings for the remainder of the semester students interested in changing to BSBA should complete our podcast and the podcast information review below. These students will then be issued a permit on Monday, April 6th for ACCT 2101, MGT 2106, and MGT 2250. Permit requests for additional courses can be made here. Students will be required to attend a meeting in their next semester in residence.


  • ADMITTED FIRST YEAR STUDENTS: Please note first year students will not be elligble to change their major until after the withdrawl deadline in their first term.   
  • Students under 60 credits: there is no GPA requirement for students with fewer than 60 credits
  • Students with 60 or more credits: students need to have at least a 2.3 cumulative GPA to change their major to Business Administration

The CoB does not accept students who are currently on contract with another department at Georgia Tech. If you wish to change to BSBA after successfully completing your contract, you must follow the change of major guidelines outlined on this page.

How To Change Your Major to BSBA or Add BSBA as a Secondary Major

The Scheller College of Business is a top business school that is nationally recognized for preparing students for the economy of the future. Since we are a business college at an engineering school, our services, processes and curriculum may be quite different than what you have experienced at Tech. In order for you to be fully prepared to enter the Scheller College of Business, all students are required to complete the following steps.

  1. Listen to our change of major information podcast. Please make sure you have your speakers on.

  2. Complete the Scheller Change of Major Podcast Information Review. This is password protected and you must listen to the podcast to access the password. 

    Complete the Podcast Information Review

  3. If you would like to continue in the process after completing the Podcast Information Review, a Scheller advisor will send you an email containing further instructions and links. Typically, you can expect this within 5 - 7 business days after completing the Podcast Information Review, but it may be longer during busier periods of the year (Registration, Final Exams, FASETs, etc...).

  4. Register for and attend the mandatory Business Adminstration Preparation meeting. The link to register for the meeting will also be in the email. Please note that we need 5 - 7 days to prepare for your attendance at a BSBA Preparation Meetings. Students, therefore, need to complete the Change of Major Podcast and Podcast Information Review at least five days prior to the meeting they plan to attend.
BSBA Preparation Meeting Dates

All in-person BSBA meeting preparation meetings for Spring 2020 have been cancelled. As we recieve more information we will evaluate whether or not to host virtual BSBA Preparation meetings in the late Spring and Summer semesters. We will email anyone completing the Podcast Understanding Check if we schedule virtual meetings.

BSBA Preparation Meeting Location

Undergraduate Program Office, Suite 322, Scheller College of Business

  • Take the 5th Street Bridge to Tech Square. The 5th Street Bridge is located at the intersection of Ferst Street and Techwood Drive, near the baseball stadium.
  • Walk over the bridge and cross Spring Street. The Georgia Tech Barnes and Noble Bookstore will be on the right.
  • Keep walking on 5th Street. Pass the bookstore, Starbucks and Ray’s Pizza.
  • Turn right at the large grass courtyard and enter the College of Business where you'll see large blue glass chandeliers.
  • Take the stairs or elevators to the 3rd floor and follow signs to suite #322 - the Undergraduate Program Office. 
Course Registration
  • The Undergraduate Program Office will not accept Change of Major Forms from students who have not yet attended the BSBA Preparation Meeting. Please make sure you complete the change of major process by the start of Phase I Registration to avoid our major restrictions.
  • Courses that are good for students who plan on changing their major are: MGT 2106, ACCT 2101, ECON 2106, ECON 2105, MGT 2250 and MGT 2210.
Change of Major Policies
  • Every student must attend one BSBA Preparation meeting.
  • Attend this meeting to learn more about the major and/or finish the change of major process.
  • Bring the Change of Major form filled out with your information.
  • The purpose of this meeting is to orient you to our major requirements, the internship and leadership expectations, as well as the resources in the College of Business.
  • You are not obligated to change your major if you attend this meeting.
  • Meetings start on time, and students will not be admitted to a meeting after it has started.
  • Advising Appointments: Students changing their major from outside of the CoB are not able to meet with CoB advisors until after attending a change of major meeting.
  • If you have additional questions or need further assistance with the change of major process, please contact Steve Carriere in the Undergraduate Program Office. 
Academic Advisors
Academic Advisor Last Names A - D
Academic Advisor Last Name L - R

Steve Carriere

Jessica Dunham

Academic Advisor Last Names E - K Academic Advisor Last Name S - Z

Brandon Lay

Lindsay Staar