Check your WESS account under “Who’s My Advisor?” If no advisor is listed, contact advising in the Dean’s office at 973-655-4303 or contact your Feliciano School of Business concentration’s department.
A School of Business concentration is a chosen area of study within the Business Administration major. Each School of Business student majoring in Business Administration must choose a concentration. There is no “general” Business major. You may choose from the following concentrations:
A minor is a set of courses that establishes your proficiency in a discipline with fewer courses than a major would require. The School of Business offers two minors:
While you are required to have only one concentration, you may have more than one concentration. Some concentrations work particularly well together, so that you would be able to complete your degree in the same amount of time as if you had a single concentration. Please see your advisor if you are considering a double concentration.
Five Feliciano School of Business departments – all located in Feliciano School of Business building -- house the following concentrations:
Unfortunately, you cannot do this. Once you are accepted into the major, you may go to the appropriate department and ask if an overload seat is available if the course is full. You can also check WESS regularly as seats sometimes open up.
You should contact the departments that offer the equivalent courses at Montclair State. The department secretaries will forward your requests to the appropriate faculty members for review. Be prepared to submit the syllabus from your former school; if you don’t have a syllabus, you may provide a course description. However, since most course descriptions are general, they may not give enough information to make a decision about that course.
Once you have matriculated at Montclair, you may not return to your community college for additional credits. A maximum of 60 credits may be transferred to Montclair State. Remaining credits must be completed at Montclair or at another four-year school, with appropriate prior approvals.
Community college courses may not be substituted for upper, or 300-400-, level courses at Montclair State. They may qualify as Business Administration major electives. (See course evaluation procedure in Question 8.)