The Undergraduate Programs Office will be closed for the Winter Break from December 18, 2020 at 5pm through January 4, 2021 at 8:00am. During the break the advisors will not be responding to emails, if you need assistance please contact your advisor prior to the break. Upon our return we will respond to emails in the order in which they were received.
All students majoring in business administration or business preparation are supported by academic advisors in the Undergraduate Business Programs office. Our advisors work with students from the time they enter the upper-division program until graduation.
The Programs office manages the following areas for undergraduate business administration and business preparation majors:
- Major change requests
- Minor Plans
- Articulation review
- Re-admission applications
- Degree audits
Hours of Operation
Regular Hours of Operation
All advising will take place via Zoom through Winter 2021. Advisors are monitoring their emails M-F, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Due to an increase in email correspondence, please allow 2-3 business days for a response. Thank you for your patience.
Please check the School of Business Undergraduate Program iLearn page for the most up-to-date schedule of Drop-in Advising hours, and for the Zoom link.
If you do not have access to our iLearn page, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for our Drop-in Advising information.
To make an appointment, visit business.ucr.edu/saas or email your advisor directly.
Schedule an Appointment
For a complete list of campus resources, please visit ucr.edu/current-students.
Register to attend a workshop
Academic Advising Resources
Degree Plans by Concentration
B.S. in Business Administration Degree Plans by Concentration
Operations & Supply Chain Logistics
Use the Student Planner Tool to plan and organize all the Major preparation requirements, upper division core and concentration requirements, and elective classes you are required to take to complete the B.S. in Business Administration.
- Course Forms
The full list of School of Business courses for the current year:
The curriculum in the undergraduate accounting program provides many of the foundational requirements for professional certification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA) or Certified Internal Auditor (CIA).
A CPA is a certified public accountant and is licensed by the state. To earn a CPA license in In California, individuals are required to demonstrate their knowledge and competence by passing the uniform CPA Exam.
Business Administration Major CPA Requirements Worksheet
If you have additional questions about CPA requirements, visit the California Board of Accountancy or the CalCPA. If you have questions about how UCR courses fit into the CPA requirements, schedule an appointment with your assigned academic advisor.
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