College of Management Undergraduate Program Office


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Add-Drop is now over for the Spring 2012 semester

Monday, January 30 was the last day to be able to add a course for the semester, or to be able to drop a course without a “W”.  If Wiser shows that you are still on a wait list for the spring semester, you can either drop yourself from that wait list, or not – it actually doesn’t matter at this time since Wiser will no longer be adding students to courses from the wait list through it’s automated process.  If you are still on a waitlist, you should also stop attending that course (if you haven’t stopped already).

The next chance to register for classes that you might not have gotten into this semester is on March 26 for Summer Session courses; Fall registration starts on April 2.  Best wishes for a great spring semester!


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Introduction to MAP Workshop Series

Attention New CM Students: Attend one of the Introduction to MAP workshops to learn how the MAP program works and how it can help you as prepare for a career in business.  Visit the MAP page for event details.

MAP is a co-curricular program that is required for all College of Management students.  MAP helps students prepare for a successful transition to a career in business.  Visit the MAP website for more information.



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Add/Drop Period

The add-drop period for the spring 2012 semester is Monday, January 23 (first day of classes) and Monday, January 30, 2012.  Regardless of the number of times a course has met during that period, no additional enrollments are possible after January 30.


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Waitlists

If you are on a waitlist, you will need to monitor your registration closely until January 30.  Each night, Wiser runs an automated process that fills any open seats with waitlisted students.  However, there are certain circumstances where Wiser cannot enroll someone into an open seat, even when that students is in the first waitlist position.  Examples of those cases are:

–          When a student is enrolled in another class that is held at the same time Wiser cannot add that student to the waitlisted course;

–          When a student has a hold on their record that prevents additional registration (including a Bursar’s hold, Parking Office hold, Immunization hold, Library hold, or other holds) Wiser cannot add that student to the waitlisted course;

–          If Wiser thinks a pre-requisite is missing (as it is not able to recognize pre-requisite waivers or exceptions) Wiser cannot add that student to the waitlisted course;

–          When a student does not have enough available credits to have another course added (unless a credit overload has been approved, most students are able to register for up to 17 credits/semester, which usually equates to 5 classes), Wiser cannot add that student to the waitlisted course;

–          When a student is already enrolled in a section of the same course Wiser cannot add that student to the waitlisted course, since no one can be enrolled in two sections of the same course.

When the first student on the waitlist is unable to be added to the waitlisted course, Wiser will automatically move to the next student on the waitlist until all open seats are full.  This means it could be possible the second or third student on the waitlist to get into a full course before the first student, if the second or third person has nothing preventing registration.

Once a class is full again through the waitlist process, no one can be added to the course, regardless of their waitlist position. When in the number one waitlist position, a student should be sure that all possible barriers to registration so that Wiser can add them to the waitlisted course if a seat becomes available during the add/drop period.


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Now Online: Registration Request, Concentration Declaration Form, Request for Credit Overload

The College of Management forms listed below are now submitted online.  Paper versions of these forms are no longer available or accepted.

Forms for Non-CM Students:

  • Undergraduate Registration Request for Non-CM students:  Available January 9th – January 30th for Non-CM students requesting registration in CM courses for Spring 2012.  Non-CM students may request registration in the following CM courses ONLY:
    AF 210, AF 301, BC 230, BC 290, MGT 303, MKT 301, MSIS 110, MSIS 212

Forms for CM Students:

  • Concentration Declaration Form:  Available January 1st – March 1st for CM students with 60 credits earned and at least one semester completed in the College of Management to declare their concentration.
  • Request for Credit Overload:  Available November 14th – January 30th for CM students requesting to register in more than 17 credits in Spring 2012.
  • Undergraduate Registration Request:  Available November 14th – January 30th for CM undergraduate students to request registration in CM courses for Spring 2012.

The forms listed above are found at the following website, under Student Resources, in the left column.
http://www.umb.edu/academics/cm/student_resources/

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