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Program Handbook

INTRODUCTION

The Undergraduate Business handbook (.pdf) was prepared for use by the students, faculty and staff at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. No parts of this handbook may be reproduced or distributed without written permission from Dr. Milton Cofield, Executive Director, Undergraduate Business Administration program. While this handbook is specific to your academic experience in the Tepper School, there are several other resources and offices undergraduate students are encouraged to consult during their tenure at Carnegie Mellon University.

Carnegie Mellon University General Policies

Carnegie Mellon University Student Policies

All questions regarding this publication or the University’s policies should be directed to the Undergraduate Business Administration staff. Students are responsible for knowledge of these policies.

EXPECTATIONS

The Tepper School of Business is a diverse and inclusive community based on trust, respect, and support toward all individuals, facilities, intellectual endeavors and activities. It is expected that every individual will contribute everyday to recognizing, maintaining, and improving the community environment of the Tepper School. It is this shared environment of the Tepper School that best communicates and differentiates our uniqueness as a special learning place to earn your undergraduate business degree. We must continually protect and nurture our community environment for all of us.

The Undergraduate Business handbook (.pdf) gives information on:

  • Academic Advising
  • Academic Policies
  • Transfer Course Credit
  • Independent Study and Coursework
  • Career and Professional Development
  • Undergraduate Business Clubs and Organizations
  • Carnegie Mellon Policitie

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