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Classes & Advising Information

CLASSES
CTD 320 Visual Merchandising
link 
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ADVISING
Appointment
Class Schedule Appointment - Fall or Spring Semester
Commonly Asked Questions/Answers
Fashion Retail Major Academic Plan
Apparel Design Major Academic Plan
General Business Minor

Appointment

Dr. Marcy L. Koontz
206 F Doster Hall
Office Hours:
fall 2017
Monday, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm by appointment
Send your appointment request to Marcy.Koontz@ua.edu

Class Schedule Appointment

Spring 2018 Class Schedule Advising
The Official Advising Period is 16 October 2017 - 25 October 2017
206 F Doster Hall

For students who have been previously advised, you must bring your academic schedule with you to your appointment and must confirm it adheres to the one in the DEGREEworks system. If it does not, please be prepared to discuss any discrepancies.

After reviewing the information below, click on the book appointment link - currently not activated.
 
This will take you to my on-line advising appointment scheduler. It will open in an external window.
Click on Advising (15 Minutes) link. On the right side of the screen you will see a calendar for the month of March with the available advising days highlighted in green. You will be able to view all the available appointment times by clicking on one of the days. Next, follow the prompts to select a date & time that is convenient for you.

Note: My appointments are on Monday + Wednesday + Friday. Only the available times will be listed.

The system will send a confirmation message to your e-mail account and/or cell phone as well as a reminder message prior to the appointment time.

If I am not listed in DegreeWorks as your faculty advisor, please send me an email to confirm you are on my list prior to booking an appointment.

for those who do not make an appointment during this time period, please see the above information regarding my office hours - day/time. please plan to come to my office during this time if you did not meet with me during the official advising period. 

Commonly Asked Questions/Answers

degreeworks a web-based tool for students to monitor their academic progress toward degree completion. if you have met with me then you will have an academic plan by semester in this system under the Planner tab. acces is through your mybama account. 

you can access your academic transcripts via mybama. if you want to check to see if you have recieved credit for transfer courses taken at other institutions or credit for classes taken in high school you will be able to see that information on your academic transcripts.

to access the ua core curriculum and the approved classes for each category, click here

click here to access information regarding the following:

schedule builder
registration days/times 
how to register for classes
how to order official transcripts

if you want to take a class at another institution, click here to find an approved transferable equivalent class

to request a transient letter if you plan to take a class at another insitution in or out of state click here for more information

If you have problems registering for a course, for example if you are trying to register for AC 210, and cannot because the system states you do not have the prerequisite course(s), first check on degreeworks to confirm that you do indeed have the prerequisite course(s), then either visit or contact the college of commerce and business administration's student services office, 10 Bidgood.

if you have questions regarding ua core curriculum classes please visit the ches student services office located on the first floor of doster hall.

if you have questions regarding classes outside of the fashion retail or apparel design major seek assistance from the department offering the class.

if you have questions regarding your academic records, credit for transferred classes, etc.,  you will need to visit the ua registrar's office, click here for information.

FASHION RETAIL MAJOR ACADEMIC PLAN

In order for students to stay on track academically, the academic planner below should be strictly followed.
During the spring semester of the sophomore year, all Fashion Retail Majors will be under the direction of Ms. Davis, the coordinator of the Fashion Retail Program.

 FALL - FRESHMANSPRING - FRESHMAN
EN 101 EN 102
HES 100 CTD 261 
CS 102 HU/FA OR MATH
CTD 281 HISTORY
MATH CS 285 
 FALL - SOPHMORESPRING - SOPHMORE
EC110 
AC 210
CTD 231 OR CTD 292CTD 231 OR CTD 292
LITERATURELITERATURE
NAT SCIENCESB OR ST 260 (if GB minor) 
HU/FA  EC 111
FALL - JUNIORSPRING - JUNIOR
CTD 361 
CTD 381 
CTD 461  CTD 481
MKT 300 MKT 337/313/410/444
CTD 387 OR CTD 447  MKT 376
CTD 320 OR CTD 448 CTD 387 OR CTD 447
CTD 320 (IF NOT TAKEN FALL) 
FALL - SENIORSPRING - SENIOR
CTD 485CTD 415 (IF NEEDED)
HES 310 OR COMPUTERCTD 446
MGT 300 OR HES 430
NAT SCIENCE
 HES 310 OR COMPUTER OR SB 
*Courses in BOLD are required
to be taken during the listed semester.
         
Prerequisites:
CTD 231: CTD 281, CTD 261
CTD 320: CTD 281, CTD 292, CTD 231
CTD 361: Math 112, CS 285, AC 210
CTD 461: CTD 261, CTD 231

 

GENERAL BUSINESS MINOR

overview & requirements for the General Business Minor - link

CLASSES HOURS
AC 210  Intro To Accounting
EC 110  Principles of Microeconomics3
ST 260  Statistical Data Analysis3
Select three of the following (two must be 300-level or above):
FI 302  Business Finance3
 LGS 200  Legal Environment of Business3
MGT 300  Organizational Theory & Behavior3
MIS 200  Fundamentals of Management Information Systems3
MKT 300   Marketing3
OM 300   Intro Operations Management3
TOTAL19

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