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Please note that due to recent COVID-19 updates, there are some changes to academic advising contact procedures.
For more information, please see Auburn University's
Our advisors are ready to assist you with your academic needs. You can view your assigned advisor on the My Academic’s tab of your AU Access. If you are a business student and do not have an assigned advisor, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Business students who need to schedule an advising session should do so in Advise Assist. Advisors update their Advise Assist availability regularly. In our continued effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19, all Academic Advising sessions will be virtual via Zoom and email (use AU email account only).
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Students considering business as a 2nd major
Review the following transfer rules to determine if coursework you have already taken will satisfy Harbert College requirements:
You can begin planning your courses before officially being accepted into the Harbert College of Business. You should plan according to (1) notes on the printed curriculum model, and (2) Pre-requisites and course descriptions listed in the AU Bulletin. Students can determine which courses they need to take for the upcoming semester by reviewing the curriculum model for their intended major and reading course pre-requisite information for the coursework that has not been completed. Students can also access a Degree Works audit to perform a 'What If' function.
If you have not yet transferred into the Harbert College of Business, you cannot register for Business course work via AU Access. Non-business students are required to wait until the end of the registration period before requesting seating in business courses. Requests can be made in the appropriate departmental office(s) in Lowder Hall. Current and prospective Harbert College of Business majors are required to use the AU Bulletin to find course descriptions and course pre-requisites. Click on ‘Courses of Instruction.’ The abbreviation "Pr." stands for pre-requisite.
You can declare your major if you are a Pre-Business student with 30 or more earned hours. Please meet with your assigned academic advisor to learn if you are eligible.
If you have already declared a business major but want to change to a different Business major, email your current academic advisor.
If you are considering transferring into the College of Business:
If you are ready to transfer into the Harbert College of Business, go to https://aub.ie/majorchange
Declare or drop your minor in business by emailing your academic advisor.
Non-business students who are interested in a business minor should review all requirements of the minor before declaring. Once all requirements are reviewed in full, a minor can be declared.
Declare a Non-Business Minor
Other AU minors can be reviewed at Non-Business Minors. Students should declare non-business minors with the appropriate college.
As a Harbert College of Business undergraduate, you're required to complete a graduation audit with your assigned academic advisor. Your graduation audit must be completed during an appointment with your advisor.
If you’re graduating in the summer or fall, you should complete your graduation audit between January and March. If you’re graduating in the spring, you should complete your graduation audit between August and October.
Once you fall within a specific range of completed hours, you will receive an email from your academic advisor regarding appointment options for your graduation audit. Follow the email instructions to make your appointment.
Camp War Eagle (CWE) is Auburn’s orientation program for all incoming freshmen. This year we're going online with Virtual Camp War Eagle!
You'll get a chance to get helpful information on campus resources and core curricula. You'll even get a chance to set up your schedule for your first semester at Auburn University!
Learn more about CWE.
If you’re eligible to declare but are still unsure of which major is right for you, meet with a career coach in the Office of Professional and Career Development. They’ll discuss your career goals with you and help you find the best fit.Visit the OPCD
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