R.D. Musser, III - President, Grand Hotel Mackinac Island - February 12, 2014
To help you plan your classes, each semester a degree analysis statement is sent to you. Requirements are added as you move from a pre-business to a declared business major.
We recommend that you take the required 200-level business and economics courses during your sophomore year, completing them before taking the 300 and 400 level business courses.
To enroll in 300 and 400 level business and economics classes, you must have a declared business major or obtain a permit to register. Seidman Undergraduate Programs can give permits to business students who meet, or will meet, the Seidman admission criteria of 55 or more earned credit hours and a 2.75 or higher grade point average.
To begin your graduation audit process, you complete an application for diploma in the semester prior to the one in which you plan to graduate.