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  • OCOB - Design & Business Collaboration
    Concentration Management Human Resources Concentration Marketing Return to Undergraduate Programs Home Business programs are accredited by AACSB Design Business Collaboration The exclusive Design Business Collaboration cohort offers motivated students a chance to immediately gain an academic advantage and experience a sense of community at the Orfalea College of Business This program will challenge students to think outside the box and utilize artistic and creative outlets to discover a new perspective on innovative business practices Students will be immersed in the learn by doing culture of Cal Poly as they experience hands on group work within a lab environment Benefits of the Program Build camaraderie with other Business students and become part of a learning community or cohort where mutual sharing of educational opportunities enriches their first year experience Guaranteed space in impacted General Education and Business courses preferred by Orfalea College of Business students Ability to take major courses in the first quarter Early networking and community building with other elite Cal Poly business students Guaranteed enrollment in IT 330 Issues of Packaging This one class will fulfill two requirements within your Business Administration curriculum major course and Area F GE course Ability to learn important technical writing skills What are Qualifying Math Scores 600 or above on the mathematics section of the COLLEGE Board SAT I Reasoning Test Level I IC Calculator II or IIC Calculator 30 or above on the American COLLEGE Testing Mathematics Test Note It is important to get SAT ACT and ALL Advanced Placement Scores to Cal Poly immediately The university s automated registration system verifies each student s qualifications Interested students will not be eligible unless one of the qualifying test scores listed above is on file in the Office of Academic Records prior to registration Design Business Fall Schedule BUS 100 IT 330

    Original URL path: http://www.cob.calpoly.edu/undergrad/prospective-student-resources/design-business-collaboration/ (2016-02-17)
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  • OCOB - Green Light Program
    Green Light Business Program will help students achieve their academic goals and successfully graduate in four years Green Light is one of several ways that Cal Poly s Orfalea College of Business faculty have created programs that produce career ready graduates What are its benefits Students who participate in this unique freshmen experience will Build camaraderie with other Business students and become part of a learning community or cohort where mutual sharing of educational opportunities enriches their first year experience Begin immediately to develop their business vocabulary and understanding Learn about the different concentrations in the Orfalea College e g Information Systems and Accounting and the career options for Business majors Get to know the professors in the Orfalea College Create early internship opportunities by taking important Business courses sooner Prepare to make better more informed internship and career choices during their college careers Have the opportunity to postpone some of their general education courses to later years when they could be taken more thoughtfully and perhaps as part of a study abroad program What do I do to enter the program Students will receive an email from Cal Poly s Admissions communications arm requesting that the student indicate they wish to be entered in to the program Those who meet math qualifications below and have returned that email indicating they are interested will be entered into the qualified pool for Green Light Students will then actually be scheduled in to Fall s Green Light first entry course In subsequent quarters Winter Spring students enrolled in Fall Green Light will be given priority to register for the particular Green Light course offered that quarter Qualifying Math Scores A score of 600 or above on the mathematics section of the COLLEGE Board SAT I Reasoning Test Level I IC Calculator II

    Original URL path: http://www.cob.calpoly.edu/undergrad/prospective-student-resources/green-light/ (2016-02-17)
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  • OCOB - Quantitative Business Sequence
    perform very well in the market in terms of salary The Quant Sequence is designed to give students the option of pursuing a more quantitative approach to business to optimize their potential in the market The series directed coursework distinguishes the Quantitative Sequence student from other students in Business and Economics for employers seeking first time job seekers with specialized and more advanced problem solving and critical thinking skills Business Administration and Economics students who have achieved qualifying ACT SAT scores will be invited to indicate their interest in the Quantitative Business Sequence in an email survey sent by the university s Admissions Office What are its benefits Students who participate in this unique experience will Build camaraderie with other Business and Economics students and become part of a learning community or cohort where mutual sharing of educational opportunities enriches their first year experience Begin immediately to develop their quantitative vocabulary and understanding Differentiate themselves to employers seeking high achieving students with more advanced quantitative analytical and critical thinking skills What do I do to enter the program Students admitted to the Orfalea College of Business in Economics or Business majors who also meet the math criteria qualifying SAT HSGPA scores eligible for MATH 141 will be asked about their interest in the program through an email survey sent by the University s Admissions Office Qualifying Math Scores A score of 600 or above on the mathematics section of the COLLEGE Board SAT I Reasoning Test Level I IC Calculator II or IIC Calculator OR A score of 30 or above on the American COLLEGE Testing Mathematics Test Cal Poly s automated registration system verifies that a student has one of these qualifications Students will not be contacted about their interest in Quantitative Business Sequence unless one of the qualifying

    Original URL path: http://www.cob.calpoly.edu/undergrad/prospective-student-resources/quantitative-business-sequence/ (2016-02-17)
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  • OCOB - First in Business
    Concentration Finance Industrial Technology Packaging Management HR and Information Systems Information Systems Concentration Management Human Resources Concentration Marketing Return to Undergraduate Programs Home Business programs are accredited by AACSB First in Business Will you be the first person in your family to graduate from college We have an exciting and unique opportunity for you to get connected engaged and build leadership skills right away by being a part of a new First in Business Program This program offered to those students who identify as First Generation involves being block scheduled in Fall Quarter into a customized section of the college s Freshman Orientation and College Success 1 unit course which all Orfalea students take in their first quarter Within this section you will be engaged in a small group format where you will have an opportunity to build your support network by connecting to Faculty Staff Peer Mentors to help set you up for academic success in your first year and beyond Benefits of the Program Build camaraderie with other Orfalea College of Business First Generation students and become part of a learning community where mutual sharing of educational opportunities enriches your first year experience Get paired up with a mentor who can help you be academically successful in your first quarter Build a 4 year educational plan to maximize your college experience and graduate on time Early networking opportunities with Faculty and Staff Get involved with the Orfalea College of Business Opportunity to work on a project that will help pave the way for future First Generation students at Cal Poly Possible employment in future quarters A survey from admissions will be sent out in mid May to those students identified as First Generation Spaces are limited so be sure to sign up Recent News Paul Orfalea Speaks to

    Original URL path: http://www.cob.calpoly.edu/undergrad/prospective-student-resources/first-in-business/ (2016-02-17)
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  • OCOB - Biz Plus
    motivated when you accelerated schedule became stressful I m an academic person and I like school so that helped The toughest part was being in my last couple quarters and taking classes with other students who had a lighter course load than me maybe in two classes But at that point I knew I was going to law school so I at least had a good reason in the back of my head to keep my grades up and get it done Do you feel like you missed out on anything graduating in four years Academically I didn t miss out on much I was part of Gamma Phi Beta and got a bit of out that experience I didn t miss out on any Learn by Doing experiences Being in the entrepreneurship concentration each of those classes come with an inherent element of Learn by Doing so definitely got to experience that fully Socially is the only thing you miss out on but I m now doing something I m excited about Having all my friends still there doing their senior years certainly makes me miss them but I live in New York City now How are you spending your fourth year of college now I m now a 1L at NYU School of Law I live in Greenwich Village which is fabulous but I m also in law school so I m reading all the time It s been a totally different experience moving across the country by myself from a small town to one of the biggest cities in the world When did you decide you wanted to go to law school I started contemplating the idea of law school during my second year and so I kept myself schedule full to make sure it was still an option Spring break of my second year at Cal Poly I thought about entering the real world and I explored what I did want to do From the classes I had take and liked the most all signs pointed to law school so I started exploring the idea By the normal law school standard that was really quite late I made the decision quickly and started studying for the LSAT really fast By the start of my third year I was taking the LSAT and starting to apply I wouldn t recommend that accelerated decision making to everyone but it worked out just fine for me It was a quick turn around Do you think graduating in three years has put you ahead I think graduate programs are incredibly valuable though they do delay when you enter into the real world And law school adds another three years of education which can add up to seven years of college I think for me saving that extra year and getting to enter the workforce after just two extra years of school is pretty valuable I n terms of moving forward with my career goals it s doing so much more

    Original URL path: http://www.cob.calpoly.edu/undergrad/prospective-student-resources/biz-plus/ (2016-02-17)
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  • OCOB - Quarter Plus
    Concentration Management Human Resources Concentration Marketing Return to Undergraduate Programs Home Business programs are accredited by AACSB Quarter Plus Program Description The Quarter Plus Program provides an opportunity for incoming freshmen to accelerate their academic studies and begin their college experience during the early fall when semester campuses typically begin their fall term This three week program includes enrollment in 4 8 units of academic coursework such as high demand GE or major courses plus a noncredit leadership development experience Social activities and the opportunity to become familiar with campus life and the San Luis Obispo community are added benefits Program Details Start Date Saturday August 22 2015 End Date Friday September 11 2015 During Quarter Plus you will Take 9 units of academic coursework Two lower division General Education courses four units each Participate in a one unit leadership workshop Begin life on campus before the rush of Fall Quarter Live in Sierra Madre eat at a variety of restaurants and markets on campus and get Rec Center access Leave for college on the same schedule as your friends attending semester schools Enjoy group social activities Make life long friends Learn More Visit http www summer calpoly edu students

    Original URL path: http://www.cob.calpoly.edu/undergrad/prospective-student-resources/quarter-plus/ (2016-02-17)
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  • OCOB - FAQs
    a tool to find your comprehensive student specific data including information regarding enrollments term history academic program addresses and grades You can find your PolyProfile underneath the Registration Enrollment tab of your MyCalPoly Portal How do I know if my AP or Community College credit has transferred Check your PolyProfile AP Credit Click View Test Credit Details Community College Click View Higher Education Credits Detail How do I stay off of academic probation An undergraduate student is automatically placed on academic probation when the grade point average drops below 2 0 The grade point average applies to the current term unadjusted for any subsequent grade forgiveness the Cal Poly cumulative or the higher education cumulative There are many on campus resources available to support you with your academics including free tutoring study skills seminars and advising For more information email Kelly Brusch at kbrusch calpoly edu What forms can I pick up in the Advising Center Forms that can be picked up in the Advising Center include major support concentration substitution forms concentration declarations request for graduation evaluation and petition for special consideration Please note that major support substitution forms must have a course description of the taken course attached Major support substitution forms and petition for special consideration forms must be filled out in our office Therefore please bring the necessary information with you What is the GWR The Graduation Writing Requirement GWR is a CSU mandated program designed to ensure that students can write proficiently before they enter the professional work force All Cal Poly students who are seeking a degree must fulfill the GWR Undergraduate students must complete 90 units junior standing before they can fulfill the requirement This degree requirement must be fulfilled before your diploma can be awarded For more information please follow this link What is the USCP requirement All students are required to complete a United States Cultural Pluralism course You can filter Plan a Student Schedule PASS or view the catalog for courses that fulfill the USCP Will the courses I took at another college count for a class here at Cal Poly If the community college in which you took the other course is within California please check Assist org to see if the course is listed as transferable to Cal Poly Please note that assist org can be tricky in regard to GE courses and how courses articulate so consult the Advising Center prior to registering If the course is not listed on the website OR you took courses from a college not listed on assist org i e a private university out of state university or other four year university and you believe you should get major support or GE credit for it you will need to submit a major support or GE substitution form You can pick up a major support substitution form from our office and a GE substitution form from the Office of the Registrar Bldg 1 Rm 222 only if the substitution is approved will

    Original URL path: http://www.cob.calpoly.edu/undergrad/current-student-resources/faqs/ (2016-02-17)
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  • OCOB - Computer Lab
    third floor of the Orfalea College of Business the Computer Lab encompasses 13 000 square feet and open to all enrolled students at Cal Poly The following list highlights frequently asked questions about our Computer Lab Hours of Operation Normal Hours Monday through Thursday 8 a m 10 p m Friday 8 a m 5 p m Saturday CLOSED Sunday 4 p m 8 p m All national and academic school holidays are observed as well as quarter breaks We are open during the Summer term Computer Lab Service Desk The Service Desk has been designated to be the single point of contact for students faculty and staff support for the Computer Lab You can reach the Computer Lab Service Desk at 805 756 6262 A Word About Service The Computer Lab is staffed by students who that provide the best service possible School Supplies and Fax Service Fax services are available at the Computer Lab Service desk First page is 1 00 and each consecutive page that follows is 10 cents send or receive Fax Machine Number 805 756 2999 Printing in the Computer Lab is available to students with PolyCard Printing Pages are 0 10 each and these fees are deducted from your Campus Express using your PolyCard Cal Poly ID If you have not done so already you will need to activate Campus Express on your card If you have a Meal Plan or Campus Express membership your PolyCard is already activated For answers to other questions about the Campus Express Club call Customer Service at 805 756 5939 about printing or other PolyCard Services call Customer Service at 805 756 2614 or check http polycard calpoly edu Other pay for services furnished by the Information Systems Association include Printing Black White pages 0 10 per page

    Original URL path: http://www.cob.calpoly.edu/undergrad/current-student-resources/computer-lab/ (2016-02-17)
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