Selecting the courses needed to complete your degree can seem challenging. Academic advising will help you through the process. With academic advising you will receive information, advice, and guidance in completing your education requirements. Together we will develop a track to help you achieve your educational, personal, and career goals.
Get the most out of academic advisement by:
- Having regular appointments with your advisor
- Always make lists your goals
- Ask questions and share your concerns
- Be familiar with all requirements for your chosen degree
Making a personal Investment in the academic advising process will ensure that you get the most of each session. The better prepared you are the more likely you will be satisfied with your course selection and overall college experience.
Using a shared-model Academic Advising will provide students with clear and contemporary information on any given program of study while providing them with specific discipline support to realize their academic goals. Professional advisors ensure that students understand the requirements of any given program of study, while faculty mentors provide students with guidance regarding discipline specific activities to include post baccalaureate opportunities, research, and scholarly opportunities.
Below are the departments and advisors for academic year 2019 – 2020
Below are the departments and advisors for academic year 2020-2021.
Department of Business: Dr. Okoroafor Nzeh, Chair
International: Dr. Okoroafor Nzeh
Accounting: Dr. Vincent Onyebuchi
Management: Dr. Yao Amewokunu
Management Information Systems: Dr. Okoroafor Nzeh
Marketing: Dr. Okoroafor Nzeh
Department of Humanities: Prof. Nancy Bookhart, Chair
History: Prof. Robert Jones and Prof. Kimberly Baxter
Department of Media Studies: Prof. Teri Burnette, Chair
All Areas: Prof. Teri Burnette, Prof. John Harris
Department of Mathematics, Science, and Technology: Dr. Raul Peters, Chair
Biology: Dr. Srinivas Sonne
Chemistry: Dr. Anna-Gay Nelson
Mathematics: Dr. Raul Peters
Department of Social Sciences: Dr. Elias Etinge, Chair
Psychology: Dr. Elias Etinge – and -- Dr. Aishia Leverett-Williams
Sociology: Dr. Oliver Cowart