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MKTG 312: Consumer Behavior – Seats Available for Summer C Session

MKTG 312: Consumer Behavior (required course), is being offered in the summer C Session.  This section is currently smaller than the sections that will run for fall 2018. MKTG 312 C01 section details: CRN: 40456 Instructor: Chris Joiner Meeting day/time: MTWR 1:30 PM-3:35 PM Session: Summer C Current seats available: 30 Current location: ENT 277 (please […]

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New Finance Elective for Fall 2018

FNAN 491, Fintech: Blockchain Technology – Friday 1:30 – 4:10 pm The booms and busts in Bitcoin prices has drawn tremendous media buzz to its underlying technology known as blockchain, a decentralized and cryptographically chained database. In addition to its apparent application to finance as a peer-to-peer digital currency, many other use cases have been […]

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“Repeat Hours Exceeded” Registration Error

Dear School of Business Students, As you know the School of Business has a three-attempt policy on Business Core courses and Accounting Major courses. In previous semesters, we had been adding an Academic Advisor hold on your account after the second failed attempt to prompt a conversation with your Academic Advisor, but we have changed […]

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Course Registration Errors? View This Checklist for Help!

“Repeat hours exceeded 6” Registration Error – If you received this error while trying to register for a course in Patriot Web, it is most likely because you are trying to register for your third attempt of one of the School of Business Core Courses or Accounting Major courses that fall under the School of […]

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Academic Advising – Appointments vs Walk-ins

The Office of Student Success and Academic Services would like to remind students of the difference between walk-ins and appointments for academic advising. Come to Enterprise Hall Room 008 to see an advisor today! Walk-ins– are: 15 minute advising sessions designated for quick questions, major changes, schedule checks, re-enrollments, etc. are not: for returning from […]

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Summer 2018 Course Registration is Here!

Summer 2018 course registration is underway for current Mason students! See an academic advisor to help you plan or ask any questions! Check your registration time ticket in Patriot Web for your specific registration time. Summer 2018 Priority Dates and Time Tickets Priority Dates Class Code  March 26 Graduate Students and Seniors (90+ hours earned) […]

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Fall 2018 Schedule Available to View

“Failing to plan is planning to fail.” – Alan Lakein To best plan ahead, we recommend making an appointment soon to come and see an advisor in the Office of Student Success and Academic Services before registration. We have walk-ins, limited appointments, and evening sessions available throughout the week. Priority Dates and Time Tickets Registration […]

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Now Accepting Nominations for the Class of 2018 Degree Celebration Student Speaker!

The 2018 School of Business Degree Celebration address will be given by a selected undergraduate degree seeking business student.  The selected undergraduate student speaker will have 7-10 minutes to address the graduating class. Students can be nominated by peers, faculty or staff, or can self-nominate. Below is a list of the criteria for proposal and […]

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Summer 2018 Class Schedule is Available to View!

“Failing to plan is planning to fail.” – Alan Lakein To best plan ahead, we recommend making an appointment soon to come and see an advisor in the Office of Student Success and Academic Services before registration. We have walk-ins, appointments, and evening sessions available throughout the week. Priority Dates and Time Tickets Registration times […]

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May and August Graduates: Planning to Walk in the Spring Graduation Ceremony?

There are several questions on the graduation process and when students should apply to graduate. There is no application to participate in the graduation ceremony. However, when you apply to graduate, you are simply stating that you will complete all degree requirements at the end of that term. Therefore, if you have classes to complete […]

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