New! Sophomore Learning Partnership
A Learning Community Opportunity
Announcing a NEW Sophomore Learning Partnership for Fall 2018! Open to ALL Sophomore Business majors. The NEW Sophomore Learning Partnership is a new collaborative class connecting Principles of Accounting I (ACC 2010) and Sophomore BUS 1999.
As a rising Sophomore, we hope you will consider joining the Sophomore Learning Partnership in the fall 2018 semester. You have everything to gain from the experience!
The Sophomore Learning Partnership (SLP) is a cohort of 30 sophomores participating in a learning community comprised of both MGT 1999 Sophomore Learning Partnership (49974) and ACC 2010 Principles of Accounting I (45311) in fall 2018.
As part of a Learning Community, you will be part of a community who will focus on professional development and areas key to business careers and participate in the ACC 2010 class as a cohort. Students in the SLP will also have the benefit of a peer mentor who is an upperclassman majoring in business. You will be learning business skills and gain exposure from professionals across majors as well as have additional support for your accounting class.
Interested students should mee the following criteria:
- Be a declared major under business*
- Have Sophomore standing as of August 20th (30-59 earned hours)
- Must be eligible to take ACC 2010 (sophomore standing and eligible to take MATH 1130 or higher)
- Prepare to experience a semester-long adventure!
*Students may change their major online at www.utc.edu/records, forms link, "program/minor/catalog year change request form"
ACC 2010 (45311) meets on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:25 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. in Fletcher 210 and is taught by Prof. Warren McEwen.
BUS 1999 (49974) meets on Friday from 12:00 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. in Fletcher 212 and is taught by Prof. Sue Culpepper.
Please click on the link below to request a closed class override for ACC 2010 (45311) and BUS 1999 (49974). You will be notified that the overrides have been issued through your UTC email. Please register for both courses immediately.
If you have questions or need additional information about the Sophomore Learning Partnership, please contact:
Sue Culpepper, Director, College of Business Student Success Center
Telephone: 423.425.5111 or Email: