Programs of Study
The Walker College of Business offers a BSBA degree with a choice of ten majors, a BA degree with a major in Economics (with four concentration options) and fifteen minors (some available for both business majors and non-business majors and some available only for one or the other). It is important for students to explore their options early in their academic careers by reviewing the Programs of Study and requesting additional information about programs of interest from their academic advisors, the BB&T Student Leadership Center or the academic departments.
Undergraduate Programs of Study for the majors and minors within the Walker College of Business are available at http://programsofstudy.appstate.edu/programs/colleges/Walker-College-of-Business.
Which Catalog and Program of Study can I use?
You may choose to graduate using the degree requirements as recorded in the catalog and on the Program of Study that is in place when you first enter Appalachian or you may choose any subsequent catalog and Program of Study that is in place during the time you are enrolled as long the chosen Program of Study is no more that 10 years old at the time of graduation. You must follow all requirements under the catalog that you are following. Check the catalog validity chart below to see how long your catalog is valid.
What exactly is a Catalog?
The catalog, or General Bulletin, is an online document of information about policies, procedures and requirements at Appalachian, as well as course descriptions and much other information. You are automatically placed on the catalog that is in place at the time you enter Appalachian, but you can choose to follow any subsequent catalog in place during a period of your enrollment provided that the catalog has not expired. Catalogs expire after ten years. Click here for online catalogs.
What do I do if I want to change my Program of Study?
If you have already declared a major in the College of Business and want to change the catalog or Program of Study under which you intend to graduate, you should
- consult the COB Undergraduate Advising Center (2126 Peacock Hall) if your records are in the College of Business, or
- talk with your advisor in University College if you have not yet declared a major
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