students (freshman, sophomores, and
some juniors) should follow the
procedures below to register for
courses for next semester:
Refer to the
(allow a few seconds for
the pdf file to load).
You can always find the
requirements for your Perdue
Business School major and/or
minor on the
checklist for each
field of study. This is helpful
for planning your future
semesters and for preparing for
the Pre-Professional Workshop
and Program Planning/advising
This workshop covers important
requirements, Program Planning
transitioning into the
of Business Professional
Attendance is required for
incoming freshmen and transfer
students. You may also
attend if you are a current
student in need of a refresher.
Click here to register for a
Program Planning Form
to your advisor.
Please select your advisor based
on who you are assigned in
Gullnet (log in to Gullnet, go
to: Student Services Center -
Student Center tab - right side
of page under "Advisor"). Refer
for Program Planning session
dates and other important dates.
Once your advisor receives
Planning Form and E-Checklist,
he or she will review your
entries, activate your
registration record, and notify
you via email as to when you may
register for classes,
You may make an appointment
with your advisor.
You must be prepared
for this meeting by having already
completed and submitted your Program
Planning Form and your e-checklist.
Note that your advisor will not
activate your registration record
until after you submit your Program
Planning Form--this is a critical
Student pre-registration access
is based on the number of hours you
have taken. Your first possible
pre-registration is listed on your
student record. Registration is in
"real-time" and courses fill up fast
so take advantage of the following
early! Pre-registration begins at
7:00 AM on your designated day.
Students can queue up courses in
their shopping cart before to speed
up the process.
don't need to have your registration
record activated to sign up for
winter and summer courses.
You should plan on registering for
these courses as soon as they become
Good luck! We are happy to assist
you in achieving your course
objectives for the next semester.
cannot take Upper Division courses
until you meet the
Program Admission (Gate)
Wondering if you are
to start taking Upper Division
First, determine if
you have met the Admission
Requirements for the Professional
Program. The requirements can be
found on page 2 of the
Pre-Professional Program Checklist.
Then, once you have met the
courses for your program course of
referring to the appropriate
academic checklist for
need to take MGMT 320 and BUAD 300
in the first semester of your Upper
Division program. You should also
complete any remaining lower
division courses in the first
semester of your upper division
Don't forget your
General Education requirements!
Again, your Gullnet Academic
Requirements report is the best tool
to determine what Gen Ed
requirements have been met and what
remains to be completed. Note that
the various sections of the report
(IA, IB....and so on) correspond to
Gen Ed requirement categories listed
on your checklist which makes it
easy to match the two. For
a listing of
Quick Links #10
on the Perdue Advising Home page.
schedule varies by semester so check
course schedule to
verify specific courses.