Your Plan of Study is determined by your catalog year. Please use your Advisement Report or Academic Requirements Report in StudentAdmin to determine your catalog year, which is typically the year you started in the School of Business. Feel free to contact the Office of Undergraduate Advising if you need a Plan of Study from a catalog year prior to what is available here.
For Management & Engineering for Manufacturing Plan of Study, please visit the MEM website .
"Fall only" and "Spring only" notations on the Plans of Study for Storrs majors are for planning purposes. These notations on the current year's Plans of Study are the most up-to-date listing and should be used to develop a student's course sequence. If departments need to change these offerings without advanced notice, junior and senior students in the major impacted are notified over email. Students should be sure to closely read emails sent to them from their academic department.
For majors offered at Hartford, Stamford, and Waterbury, students must work closely with the Academic Advising team to confirm offerings based on campus and course availability and their graduation timeline.
A note regarding critical course ECON 1201: According to the catalog , "students may not earn credit for both ARE 1150 and ECON 1201." It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that all students currently in, or seeking admission to, the School of Business take ECON 1201, and not ARE 1150, so as not to run into credit restriction issues. Should a student take ARE 1150, the School of Business will substitute that course for the ECON 1201 requirement, however that student will need to request a permission number to enroll in any Business course that uses ECON 1201 as a pre-requisite, and will run into enrollment errors as a result. The School of Business strongly recommends students take ECON 1201.
Students in catalog years 2019-2020 and prior must advance their catalog year if seeking the Digital Marketing and Analytics concentration.
This information is based on requirements for the academic year(s) indicated. Students should consult the catalog year they were admitted under for their academic requirements.
Information on how to prepare and present a study plan.
The study plan is the complete set of exams that you need to sit in order to graduate. Some exams are compulsory, while others are elective. By modifying your study plan you have the opportunity to personalize your own career according to your preferences.
A study plan can be presented by properly enrolled students who have paid their tuition fees and, in the case of international students, who hold a valid permit of stay.
1. present your study plan.
When : You can present your Study Plan during two periods: from September 29 to October 20, 2022 and/or from Januay 12 to February 24, 2023 . These deadlines must be strictly respected.
How : Access Studenti Online website with your institutional credentials*. There you can choose the electives you prefer from a list of availables subjects. "Save" before logout.
Once you have inserted your choice then it will appear to you on your AlmaEsami
3. sit the exam**.
*: Students who are "fuori corso" (past envisaged completion time for the degree course) or who have transferred in, must use the hard-copy forms to present their study plan rather than the Online system. The forms have to be completely filled in and delivered to the administrative office. Please find the form here attached. Once you have filled in the form and signed it, you will have to send a scanned copy to [email protected]
**: You are not allowed to take you electives before your third year (with except for COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS 3CFU)
There are two electives which are alternatively mandatory. It means that you have to get 3 CFUs choosing between only two subjects (each subject is 3 CFU). The two subjects are COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS and LABORATORY . If you choose COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS then you have to attend it during your first year while if you choose LABORATORY then you have to attend it during your third year.
COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS is the unique elective you can attend during your first year.
In your third year you will have to choose electives for an amount of CFUs equal to al least 18. There you can (it is not an obligation) insert the one you did not take between COMP. TOOLS and LAB.
Connect to Studenti On Line , enter with your ID and password, select study plan and add the electives to your exam list. Read the following instructions:
THIRD YEAR STUDENTS
Third year students must fill in the study plan with the compulsory learning activities and the electives. Compulsory learning activities are not changeable unless you are going to spend a semester in Buenos Aires. If it is the case then you simply have to change the compulsory subject with the BA relative subject accordingly to the semester you are going to spend in BA (i.e. 48144 CORPORATE FINANCE substituted by 79484 CORPORATE FINANCE (B.A.)).
For the electives you have to add a minimum of 18 CFU and a maximum of 54 CFU. In the Course Structure diagrams page of the CLABE website you can find the activities suggested by the programme to be chosen as electives. Should students want to choose other courses, they can do it by completing the study plan online, through SOL. In case of difficulties with the online version, students can use the paper copy of the study plan here attached. The courses chosen always have to be tought in English. Students can also select the following electives of the programme in Economics and Finance :
Public Finance and Public Policy
Development: Economics and Financial Markets
Law and economics of regulation
Ethics and Markets
If you choose an internship, the 12 CFU provided by your internship (to be done during the 3 rd year or already done at the end of the 2 nd year (summer)) will be part of your electives CFU.
For students spending a semester in Buenos Aires, we suggest to add LABORATORY OF MANAGEMENT and INNOVATIVE RETAILING in any case, so that in case you will need to sit these exams in Bologna, you will have them in your study plan. In case you pass your exams in Buenos Aires, the Bologna ones will be deleted automatically.
Language Exams : (to be taken at the Language Centre) You may decide to pick either B1 (3 CFU) or B2 (6 CFU) in French, German and Spanish. Of course if you are a native speaker of any of these languages, you are not allowed to take the exam related to your mother tongue , even though it appears in your module options. Please find here information on how to have a language certificate recognized as a language exam.
*WATCH OUT: If you change your study plan in February/March, adding electives that take place in the first term, it won't be possible to graduate in July . SECOND YEAR STUDENTS Group 3 Bologna track : if you attended the first year in Bologna you must select all of the following exams: 59691 MACROECONOMICS 47732 STATISTICS Group 2 Buenos Aires track : if you attended the first year in Buenos Aires and you didn't anticipate any exam before leaving, you must select: 47736 ACCOUNTING 37294 PRINCIPLES OF LAW Make sure that the following learning activities are already listed in your study plan: 37299 FINANCIAL ANALYSIS, 37296 COMMERCIAL LAW, 37300 FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS , 37297 INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION, 09511 MARKETING For both tracks, students can select Internship filling the study plan from January 14th to March 5th 2021.
- FIRST YEAR STUDENTS (enrolling to 2020/2021)
Bologna track : you must skip box n°1 and select all the activities in Box n° 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 as listed:
2) 37685 COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS** 3) 37292 MATHEMATICS 4) 23611 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 5) 37068 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 6) 37293 MICROECONOMICS 7)47736 ACCOUNTING 7) 37294 PRINCIPLES OF LAW
** your study plan manages two groups of electives. Group 1 (3 ECTS) is made by Computational tools and Laboratory and group 2 (18 ECTS) is made by electives, internship, language activities and Laboratory. Important : Computational Tools can be chosen during the first year only. It won't be possible to choose Computational tools during next years. That is why the program strongly suggests to select it in the first year. If you choose Computational tools you should not pick Laboratory as a compulsory activity in the third year from group 1 (but you can still choose it from group 2). If you did not choose CT, you will still need to fulfill the requirement for group 1 and it will be mandatory to attend Laboratory during the 3rd year.
N.B.! This also applies to students who already reach the required 177 credits to graduate.
Buenos Aires track: If you want to attend 37294 PRINCIPLES OF LAW you have to select it from box 1. Then, select the following activities from box number 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8, as listed: 2) 77095 COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS B.A. 3) 75229 MATHEMATICS B.A.
4) 75248 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR B.A. 5) 75235 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT B.A. 6) 75231 MICROECONOMICS B.A 7) 75250 MACROECONOMIA B.A. 8) 75249 STATISTICS B.A.
Outgoing erasmus/overseas (or other exchanges).
The Learning Agreement replaces the study plan in your period abroad and you can state your optional and elective choices on the L.A. For the optional and elective choices that you do not include in your L.A., you need to include them in the study plan within the set deadlines.
However, if you are leaving for an exchange period, it may be wise to fill in the study plan anyway as if you were in Bologna. Why? If, for example, you do not manage to sit abroad all the exams that you had planned in your L.A., having optionals / electives selected in your s.p. is a safer fall back option if you what to take them in Bologna on your return. If they are not selected, you cannot take them when you come back.
Essentially, everything that is not a mandatory module needs to be duly selected, be it in the final version of the Learning Agreement or in the Study Plan, or both to be on the safe side.
Form study plan
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A study plan can be presented by properly enrolled students who have paid their tuition fees and, in the case of international students, who hold a valid permit