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Advising for Flexible MBA, MAcc and Graduate Certificate Programs

The purpose of the Graduate Advising Center is to provide students assistance with academic planning, pre-registration advisement and graduation planning. College of Business Advisors are available year-round to discuss academic concerns, degree requirements, GPA concerns, petition requests and other academic or administrative needs.  

Meet Your Advisor

Elizabeth Bell 

Director of Graduate & International Programs

Fletcher Hall 207-B



Current Class Schedules


Advising and Registration Policies

      • Currently enrolled MBA, MAcc, and business certificate students- not required to be advised prior to registering

      • Non-degree Graduate Students and New Business Graduate Students- do need to be advised by either email, phone, or in person prior to registering.
      • Fall 2018 Registration - Begins April 2 for currently enrolled students. The University should be posting its official Summer 2018 course schedule March 12.


 Summer 2018 Advising & Registration Instructions:

Summer 2018 Registration Dates & Deadlines:  

  • SU18 Course Schedule: UTC will makes its summer 2018 schedule of classes available online beginning February 16. Summer registratoin timetickets also will be available on this date within students' MyMocsNet accounts.
  • SU18 Priority Registration for Currently Enrolled Students: February 19-23, 2018. 
    • NOTE: The University will not use advising holds for summer registration so all currently enrolled graduate students may begin registering for SU18 on Feb. 19. 
  • SU18 Registration for New & Readmitted Students: Open registration for all students, including new & returning, begins Tuesday, Feb. 27.


  • Currently enrolled MBA, MAcc, and business certificate students- not required to be advised prior to registering
  • Non-degree Graduate Students and New Business Graduate Students- do need to be advised by either email, phone, or in person prior to registering.



Instructions for Registering:

-Find out what you have taken and what you have left to take.

Refer to MyMocs Degree, a web-based tool to help monitor progress towards graduation. It combines degree requirements and the coursework completed in an easy-to-read evaluation that allows students to view their progress toward a degree.  (NOTE: Business graduate students' prerequisite/background requirements won't show up on My MocsDegree as needed classes but will appear once those classes have been taken. If you are unsure of your program prerequisites, contact your advisor.)

To access MyMocs Degree follow the instructions below.

1.Go to MyMocsNet.

2.Enter your UTCID & Password.

3.Students go to the ‘Academics’ tab –Located in middle of page.

4.Click on the link to MyMocsDegree.


-Find out what courses are being offered that meet your program requirements.

Refer to the MBA, MAcc, and Graduate Certificate Class Schedules on the COB web site at


-If you would like to be advised, you are welcome to do so by phone, email, or in person.

Email Elizabeth Bell ( if you want to be advised. Prior to advising, please look at your MyMocs Degree and the summer class schedule as well as come up with a tentative summer schedule.

  • Where is my alternate PIN?
    • Beginning with Spring 2018 course registration, the University will no longer use alternate PINs in registering for, dropping, or adding courses.
  • Do I have an advising hold that needs to be removed?
    • There are no advisement holds for summer registration for currently enrolled students. 
  • Closed Class Errors: If you try to register for a class with a capacity of zero, email for a closed class override.
  • Waiting Lists: To be added to a waiting list for a full class, email 
  • Prerequisite Errors: If you get a prerequisite error and feel that you meet the course's prerequisite, contact Elizabeth Bell ( in the COB Graduate Programs Office so that she can issue you a prerequisite override.




Below are a few things to keep in mind when working toward your graduate business degree.

You must maintain a 3.0 GPA on all courses taken for graduate credit or you will be put on academic probation and are in danger of being dismissed from the graduate program.

  • No credits earned with grades below C will be accepted for graduate degree requirements.
  • However, grades of D and F are computed into the graduate grade point average.
  • When courses are repeated, all grades are included in computing the graduate grade point average.
  • No grade below a B will be accepted for transfer credit.
  • Students who earn 3 or more grades of C or below in graduate level courses will be dismissed from the MBA or MAcc programs.

The time limit for fulfilling the requirements for a master’s degree is six years. All courses included on the Program of Study must be current at the time of completion of the degree. An extension of time form, available on the Graduate School Web site, can be used to request a one‐time, one‐year extension. The request must be signed by the major professor/adviser and the dean of the college and submitted to the Office of the Graduate School for final approval.