Prospective, Visiting and Non Business Students

Thank you for your interest in the Belk College of Business!

 

future freshman and future transfer student:

You are on the right track to becoming a 49er!  Learn more about the college our connection to Charlotte on the About Us and Charlotte Advantage pages. If you are ready to stake your claim, you can start by creating your own Future 49er Portal. The Future 49er portal is  your connection to the admissions office at UNC Charlotte and will walk you through everything you need to do between applying, scheduling tours, and stepping onto campus your first year. For more information visit UNC Charlotte Admissions.

 

NON BUSINESS and VISITING Student Course requests (Undergraduate students)

Current UNC Charlotte non business majors wishing to enroll in a Business course should first speak with their academic department regarding the requirements for eligibility and must obtain authorization in order to register for the course from the Belk College of Business Undergraduate Programs Coordinator.   Accepted Summer Visiting Students wishing to enroll in any Business course must obtain authorization from the Belk College of Business Undergraduate Programs Coordinator in order to register for the course.   All non-business and visiting students should contact the Undergraduate Programs Coordinator for assistance and course authorization. The Undergraduate Programs Coordinator can be emailed at stadvise@uncc.edu.

 

UNC CHarlotte  Student in another major  

Current students at UNC Charlotte who wish to declare a major in the Belk College of Business must meet all eligibility requirements and register to attend a Change of Major Workshop. For eligibility requirements and workshop dates, please visit: UNC Charlotte student in another major 

 

Declaration of Minor Application 

(Non-Belk College Majors Only)

This online application is required for non-Belk College majors who wish to declare a minor in Economics, Management Information Systems or Operations & Supply Chain Management. Students must meet all pre-requisite requirements on this form. Current business majors can declare a business minor by contacting their Academic and Career Coach. 

 

INFO 2130 - CREDIT BY EXAM

The Department of Business Information Systems and Operations Management traditionally offers the opportunity to earn Credit by Exam for INFO 2130, Introduction to Business Computing, twice per academic year prior to registration for the upcoming semester (October and March).   Please contact the Undergraduate Programs Coordinator for more details. 

Students earning a grade of C or higher on the  INFO 2130 “Credit by Exam” on the cumulative exam administered on this date will earn (3) three hours of academic credit for INFO 2130, a course required for all business majors. This offer provides you the option of earning (3) credit hours for INFO 2130 by Credit by Exam instead of taking the semester-long course.  There is no negative impact of taking the INFO 2130 Credit by Exam on your academic record.  Students will be notified of the exam grade prior to open registration for the respective registration period.

Please note that students who are currently enrolled in INFO 2130 in the course are not eligible to take the exam.  In addition, students that have received a grade in INFO 2130, including a “D” or “F” in the course, are not eligible to take the exam.  Students who have earned a “D” or “F” in the course must repeat the course in order to earn a “C” or better. 

Study Tools

successful passing grade requires significant study time. Please utilize all study materials. To view study tools for the credit by exam visit: INFO 2130 credit by exam.   

For questions, contact: Undergraduate Programs Coordinator