Students at SUNY Fredonia bear full responsibility in familiarizing themselves with
all the graduation requirements in effect at the time they were admitted to the university.
However, the Business Administration department has always taken the academic advising
of its students seriously. Our objective is to help each student take courses that
are relevant to his/her major and career goals while completing the graduation requirements
in a timely fashion. To that end, as soon as a student is admitted to one of our
programs, he/she is assigned a full-time faculty member as his/her Academic Advisor.
Our belief is that through mutual communication between the advisor and the advisee
on a periodic basis, this objective will be achieved.
In order to find out who your faculty advisor is:
- Log on to “Your Connection”
- Click on “Student Services”
- Click on “Student Records”
- Click on “Academic Transcript”
- Click on “Submit”
- See your advisor’s name on the top left corner of the transcript.
- While on Business Administration Department’s website, click on Faculty/Staff and
then click on your advisor’s name for his/her office location and office hours.
- If an advisor has not been assigned to you, be sure to call the Department’s office
at (716) 673-3505.
- You are subject to the degree requirements spelled out in the University Catalog that
was in effect at the time of your admission.
- You must complete a minimum of 120 credit hours of courses (each course counted only
- No more than four credit hours of 100-level Phys. Ed. courses will be counted towards
the minimum 120 credit hours.
- Every student needs to complete at least 45 credit hours of SUNY Fredonia courses
- At least 66 of the minimum 120 credit hours required for graduation should come from
- You need to have all the CCC (College Core Curriculum) requirements fully satisfied.
- You must complete every one of the courses required for your major.
- In addition to a minimum overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.00, you need to have
a minimum 2.00 GPA among the courses required for your Major (This does not mean that
you should have at least a “C” grade in every course; just a minimum “C” average among all courses).
- You must pass every one of the "Supporting," "Lower Level Business Core," "Upper Level
Business Core," and "Major" courses with a grade of C- or better.
- You need to formally declare a specific Major in Accounting, Finance, Management,
Marketing, or Public Accountancy.
- You must complete an Internship or a Service Learning course.
- You must either fully complete the requirements of any declared Minor/2nd Major or
undeclare such programs in order to be able to graduate in your 1st Major.
- Sample 4-year Program in Accounting or 5-year program in Public Accountancy ... A suggested eight-semester or ten-semester plan of coursework based on course
level, course availability, and course prerequisite.
- Sample 4-year Program in Finance, Management, or Marketing ... A suggested eight-semester plan of coursework based on course level, course availability,
and course prerequisite.
- Accounting and Public Accountancy Majors Advising Checklist ... A list of required courses to check off.
- Business Administration Majors Advising Checklist ... A list of required courses to check off for Finance, Management, and Marketing
- College Core Curriculum (CCC) Advising Sheet ... A list of categories and coursework to check off.
- Degree Evaluation ... A useful online tool that tells you exactly what courses and
other graduation requirements are still not taken care of:
- Log on to "Your Connection"
- Click on "Student Services"
- Click on "Student Records"
- Click on "Degree Evaluation"
- Submit the current semester
- Under "Degree Evaluation", click on "Generate New Evaluation" (at the bottom of the
- Select a program and click on "Generate Request"
- Under "Degree Evaluation Options", select "Detail Requirements"
- University Catalog
- Career Development Office ... The best place to find an internship opportunity
- Course Information ... For various years and semesters/sessions, look up the description, number of
credits, prerequisites, and other relevant information for courses from every discipline.
- Course Offerings ... Get the schedule of courses actually offered in the current and past semesters/sessions/
- Transfer-Course Equivalency ... Find the Fredonia equivalent of courses from other colleges and vice-versa.
- CCC Courses ... See the master list of courses comprising the College Core Curriculum, by discipline
and by category.