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2014-2015 Academic Expectations

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Tomorrow's Appointment
Be on time
15 minute session
Brief one-on-one overview of your first semester
Advising after Orientation
Your advisor will be assigned before classes begin
One-on-one advising
Long-term and any additional advising questions
Session Format
Brief presentation in computer lab
No cell phones, guests, outside websites
Tuition Refund Insurance
Your Schedule
You will register for a full 16 unit schedule
Can make changes through 3rd week of class

Marshall School of Business
Office of Undergraduate Advising

Academic Programs
First Year Experience
& Involvement

Global
Opportunities

Welcome
Academic Advising
Business and Accounting
Curriculum
Academic Engagement
First Year Experience & Involvement
Global Opportunities
Career Services
Registration Information
Academic Expectations
Overview
Milli Penner
Assistant Dean
Leventhal Student Services

Kim West
Associate Dean Undergraduate Programs

Tiffiani Frye
Director
Marshall Admissions


Maureen McHale Assistant Dean & Director
Marshall Advising

We offer personal support to help you engage, connect and succeed!
Admissions
Orientation
Academic Advising
Marshall Connections Program (MCP)
Tutoring & Academic Support
International Opportunities
Student Organizations
Career Support
Problem solving, intervention, advocacy
Programs and Services
Marshall School of Business
Academic
Expectations

Academic Engagement
Juliette
Jennifer
Janet
Maureen
Christina
Frankie
Aba
Mayra
Helena
Academic Advising Team
Student Role
Attend advising meetings
Advising is required for first year students at USC (< 24 USC units)
Review Degree Progress Report (STARS) and Transfer Credit Report (TCR)
Be aware of important dates & deadlines
Read USC email
Share problems & concerns
Be prepared with questions
Be accountable
Bachelor of Science in

-OR-
Bachelor of Science in


128 units minimum
2.0 GPA minimum for BUAD
2.7 GPA minimum for ACCT



Curriculum for BS in BUAD & ACCT
AP, IB, and A-Level
Marshall Credit Only
Math 118 can be satisfied with:
AP Calculus AB or BC
IB Mathematics
A-Level Mathematics

Marshall International Exchange Program (IEP)
Over 30 exchange program locations
Throughout Asia, Australia, and Europe
Most students study abroad junior year
Office of Overseas Studies
Minor and Elective Credit Only
Speak with your Academic Advisor to plan ahead
Full-Semester Study Abroad Opportunities
Group Sessions
Monday - Wednesday
Drop-in Sessions
Sundays
Benefits
Review Course Material
Clarify Concepts
Additional Practice
Connect with Peers
Marshall Peer Tutoring
Marshall Honors Program
Requires completion of BUAD 493:
Honors Research Seminar
in junior year and completion of thesis project in senior year.
3.5 GPA in upper division major coursework; 3.3 overall GPA
USC Discovery Scholars Program
Recognizes students who excel in the classroom and create exceptional new scholarship or artistic works
www.usc.edu/discovery
Honors Programs
USC Student Conduct Code
Examples of Academic Integrity Violations:
Plagiarism
Cheating
Unauthorized Collaboration
Falsifying Academic Records
Marshall Connections Program (MCP) helps you:
in co-curricular events & activities
with faculty, staff, & peers
inside and outside of the classroom
Marshall Connections Program (MCP)
Marshall Student Organizations
Marshall Connections Program (MCP)
Winslow Maxwell Internship Program
Marshall International Summer Internship Program (MISIP)
Think Impact Africa Summer Internship Program
Global Brigades @ Marshall
International Experiential Corporate Environment Learning (ExCEL)
Short-Term International Opportunities
Registration Session
Stay connected with the Marshall Advising Office via Twitter and Facebook
Meet with your academic advisor
Read your USC email
Keep track of important dates and deadlines
Know and use all your resources
Don’t take “street” advice!
Review and Questions
Academic & Career Connections Workshop Series designed to help you engage, connect and succeed!
Opportunities to help you engage, connect and succeed!
Accounting degree requirements
Shared Business Core
Excluding Accounting Communication (302t) and Operations (311t)
In place of BUAD 425 & Business Electives,
Accounting students take 28 units of Accounting Core and Electives
Admission requirements
Complete BUAD 285ab or 286ab with ‘B’ or better
CPA Requirements
Master’s Degrees
Accounting
Business Taxation
Bachelor of Science in Accounting
Undergraduate Advising - Bridge Hall – BRI 104
Leventhal Undergraduate Program – ACC 101
Advisor Role
LISTEN AND GUIDE
LEARN AND GROW
Bachelor of Science in Accounting
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Upper Division (UD) Electives: Marshall Academic Departments
Finance & Business Economics (FBE)
Data Science and Operations (DSO)
Management & Organization (MOR)
Marketing (MKT)
Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (BAEP)
Center for Management Communication (BUCO)
Registration and
Related Information

Learning about International Commerce (LINC)
Past locations for LINC have included:
Budapest, Hungary
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hong Kong
Istanbul, Turkey
New Dehli, India
Santiago, Chile
Singapore
Sydney, Australia
Taipei, Taiwan
Tokyo, Japan
Global Leadership Program
Beijing & Shanghai, China

Two-unit course on International Business and a 10-day trip outside the U.S. to meet with executives and political leaders abroad.
“A minor allows you to expand your knowledge beyond business and exposes you to different areas. The Marshall curriculum also makes it easy to fit a minor into your overall plan while exploring other courses.”
,
Business Major with International Relations Minor

Minor, second degree, study abroad, pre-med/law

Breadth vs. Depth
http://undergrad.usc.edu/programs/minor/
Electives & Minors at USC
What will you do with your elective units?
Why a minor?
Global Scholars Program:
http://www.usc.edu/programs/scholars/
MARSHALL
QUIZ!

Milli
Michelle
Allison
Learning is a PROCESS
?
QUESTIONS
MCP Certificate of Completion
Business Administration
Accounting
Engage
Connect
Succeed
Networking Activity
Breadth vs. Depth
Double Degree?
INTEGRITY
Business Administration (BUAD)
International Relations Emphasis (BAIR)
Business Cinematic Arts Emphasis (BCA)
World Bachelor in Business (WBB)
- Daniel Mondoza
Additional 32 units (160 minimum)

http://libguides.usc.edu/academicintegrity

http://www.marshall.usc.edu/undergrad/acct
Academic Integrity Tutorial
Leventhal School of Accounting Student Honor Code
Career
Development

Brief Walk-In Advising
Marshall Career Source
Internship & job listings
Resume / Cover letter Templates
Schedule Appointments
Undergraduate Career Conference - Spring
Career Videos (Faculty & Alumni)
Leventhal Interview & Recruiting Workshops
Accounting Summer Leadership Program (SLP)
Marshall Career Services

USC Career Center
Discover
Register for ConnectSC (http://careers.usc.edu)
Learn about industries and career options though Explore@4 Panels and Assessments
Prepare
Review online handouts, tip sheets, and meet a career counselor to perfect your resume
Search for internships using ConnectSC, iNet, & C.A.R.L.
Take Action
Create a profile on ConnectSC and LinkedIn
Build experience through volunteer activities, student organizations, and on-campus employment
Attend USC CareerFest, Career Fair and Internship Week

Career Center Checklist for First-Year College Students
Student Union 110
Renaissance Scholars Program
http://www.usc.edu/programs/scholars
Arthur
Russ
Transfer Credit
For more about General Education requirements, AP/IB/A-Level exams, and Transfer Credit please see Advising Packet or visit:
www.usc.edu/articulation
ECON 351 & 352 cannot be satisifed with AP, IB, A-Levels or transfer credit
Business Administration
Accounting
Curriculum
Short-Term & Long-Term Academic Planning
University policies & procedures
Information and Referrals on:
Campus Resources
Involvement Opportunities
Problem Solving, Academic Intervention, and Advocacy
YOU'RE INVITED
Monika
MCP New Student
Welcome
Leventhal
All-School Picnic
*Meet advisors, faculty, staff, and other students*
*Learn about Marshall events and student organizations*
Thursday, August 21st
11:30am
Where: Lawn (South of Bridge Hall)
FREE LUNCH!
Friday, September 19th
12:00pm
Marshall Business Student Government (MBSG)
Functional/Industry Interest
Diversity and Affinity Organizations
Professional Development / General Business Interest
Social Impact Organizations

* Meet Leventhal faculty, staff, and current students*
*Learn more about Leventhal events and organizations*

Where: TBD
Anne Ziemniak
Manager
Student Services


Faculty Expectations
Academic Advising Session
Gerald
Session 1 - September 19, 2014
ENGAGE -
Building Your Marshall Network
GOALS: Involvement, Transition, Academic Resources
Session 2 - September 26, 2014
CONNECT -
Navigating the Academic Venture
GOALS: Academic Programs, Study Skills, Campus Resources
Session 3 - January 23, 2015
SUCCEED -
Exploring beyond Marshall
GOALS: Career Exploration, Internships, Minors and Study Abroad Resources



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