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Registration Support

Summer and Fall 2022 Phase I Registration 

Our goal is to serve you the best we can in this busy time with a focus on BSBA degree progress and obtainment. 
Non-BSBA or Change of Major students seeking advising please click on "Questions and Advising for Non-Major Students" below.
Registration Dates

Important Dates to Remember:

  • Thursday, March 24th - Time tickets for Summer registration released by 6 p.m.
  • Monday, March 28th - Friday, May 20th - Phase I registration for Summer 2022
  • Monday, March 28th - Friday, April 5th - virtual and in-person drop-in advising available for Summer and Fall registration
  • Thursday, April 7th- Time tickets for Fall registration released by 6 p.m.
  • Monday, April 11th- Friday, May 20th - Phase I registration for Fall 2022
  • Tuesday, August 23rd - Unpaid Internship and Special Problems (independent study) forms due by 4 p.m.
  • For non-majors: Major restrictions will be removed on Monday, April 25th at 9 am
How can I help?

  • Be patient and flexible — we're going to get through this but answers may not be as fast as normal or students may have to take a course at a time or a professor that was not preferred.
  • Use your resources — there's a large amount of information on our website, CoB Advising Canvas, the FAQ we sent out via email (coming soon) that may answer your questions before emailing.
  • Be understanding — our goal is BSBA degree progress and obtainment. This may mean taking a different elective than you wanted to or rethinking a certificate path.
Major and Other Restrictions Timeline

For Non-majors:

  • All major restrictions will be removed on Monday, April 25th at 9am
  • MGT 3599 is restricted to Junior and Senior level Business majors only
  • Courses with the Section Code HP are for Honors Program students only
  • Courses with the Section Code TM are for Technology and Management students only
  • Change of Major and Certificate students, please see the Non-major section below for information about our process and advising.

For BSBA students:

  • MGT 4067 will be restricted to seniors until April 13th at 9 a.m., then restricted to juniors until April 15th at 9 a.m. After this time, it will be open to all BSBA majors.
  • Courses with the Section Code HP are for Honors Program students only
  • Courses with the Section Code TM are for Technology and Management students only
Important Updates and New Courses

  • MGT 4803 - Work Equity & Wellness is a new course from Leadership and Organizational Change Faculty
    • Group A for Leadership & Organizational Change concentration
  • MGT 4803 - Machine Learning is a new course from ITM/Business Analytics Faculty
    • Group B for ITM concentration/certificate
    • Group B for Business Analytics certificate
  • MGT 4803 - Social Media Marketing has been assigned a permanent course number of MGT 3313
  • These courses will have unsupervised laboratories to account for time spent working with groups. Please register for both the course and the lab at the same time (like Lab Sciences):
    • MGT 3313 -A- Social Media Marketing 
      • MGT 3313 -A01- Social Media Marketing Lab 
    • MGT 4220-A- Integrative Management 
      • MGT 4220-A01- Integrative Management Lab 
  • MGT 4803 - Technology Innovation Practicum is a new course from the Strategy and Innovation Faculty
    • Group B for S&I Concentration
  • MGT 3599: Career Development will no longer be taught during the Summer Term
  • Special Topics Courses (MGT 4910, 4911, and 4912) conducted by Dr. Turner are specifically for students seeking to take the CPA exam. Only students who have declared Accounting as their concentration, intend to be a CPA, and have completed 3 of the 4 Group A courses (MGT 4010, MGT 4026, MGT 4027, and MGT 4041) should approach Dr. Turner about taking a Special Problems course
Academic Advising for BSBA Students

Academic advising at the Scheller College of Business will be offered on a hybrid basis of both in-person and virtual advising. 

Registration Advising

  • Virtual Drop-in advising will be available starting on Monday, March 28th - Friday, April 15th. Multiple advisors will be available. See the section below for details about times and locations.
  • Advisors will continue to monitor email but please expect an increase in response time when Registration is open. You should email advisors about course selection, course planning, and other items that pertain to you as an individual student.
  • Questions or concerns about registration issues, errors, or other technical issues can be emailed to  or posted on the CoB-Academic Advising Discussion Board in Canvas

To make an appointment with your advisor, please check Advisor Link.

Virtual Drop-in Advising for Registration

Virtual Drop-in advising is available with multiple advisors ready to assist you, both virtually and in person.

Virtual drop-in advising will occur daily (Monday-Friday) from Monday, March 28th - Friday, April 15th.These sessions are for quick Summer and Fall 2022 registration questions and will be restricted to 15-minute duration. Advisors will be available from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 - 3:00 p.m

You may access drop-in advising during the dates and times listed above:


In-person:  Scheller Undergraduate Programs office, suite 322 in CoB Long-term degree planning appointments will resume starting Monday, April 18th. 

You may see your advisor's availability by visiting the Advisor Link to schedule an appointment.

Questions and Advising for Non-Major Students

Change of Major Candidates: During Registration, the Undergraduate Office will not accept Change of Major forms from students who have not already attended the BSBA Prep Meeting.

Advising for Change of Major Candidates:

All students seeking to change their major to BSBA must complete the three steps of our process (online module, check for understanding, and BSBA Prep meeting) before submitting their form for processing. Please continue reading for more details about advising for Summer and Fall 2022 Registration:

  • Students who have completed all steps and attended a BSBA Preparation meeting can email their advisor if they cannot schedule a meeting via Advisor Link.
  • All students completing the Change of Major Podcast and Check for Understanding will be issued a permit to ACCT 2101, MGT 2106, and MGT 2250 on the Monday of the third week of registration. If they need alternative/additional permits they can do so through the permit request form.
    • Students will need to attend a BSBA Preparation meeting when on-campus activities resume.

Certificate Students: Students seeking a Business certificate are still subject to any level or major restrictions as well as pre-requisites.

Advising for Certificate and Non-BSBA Students:

Advising for Non-BSBA students who are seeking or potentially seeking a certificate from the Scheller College of Business is available April 20th and 21st at virtual drop-in advising. 

Virtual drop-in advising

Requesting permits: Summer and Fall Degree Candidates who need a course to complete their certificate may request a permit prior to major restrictions being lifted.

GT Scheduler

GT Scheduler is a great tool to help you plan your schedule out. Please keep in mind that this system is a third-party site and may not be 100% accurate and does not run in real-time. This can complicate your schedule in the following ways:

GT Scheduler may show seats as available but there MAY NOT be actual seats
GT Scheduler does not distinguish between the titles of MGT 4803s
CRNs, times and locations may be inaccurate
Always double-check the schedule you made in GT Scheduler with the official GT Course Schedule/Oscar

GT Scheduler can be accessed at

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