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Beginning Fall 2013, new majors and plans of study will be implemented. Krannert is adding three new majors: Finance, Marketing, and Supply Chain Information and Analytics.
All current and new plans of study are updated for Fall 2013 to meet core curriculum requirements and 120 credit hours for graduation.
Students beginning their studies in Krannert prior to Fall 2013 will not be automatically changed to the new majors or plans of study. Students need to speak with their advisors for help in deciding the plan of study to pursue.
Students entering Krannert in Fall 2013 must follow the 2013 plans of study.
Pre-Fall 2013 Information
Fall 2013 Information
Plan of Study: 2013Accounting Department website
Request Permission to Enroll in an Upper Division Krannert Course
Each semester students wishing to enroll in restricted MGMT, ECON or OBHR 30000 levels and above courses are required to obtain permission from the Management Advising Office.
SUMMER SEMESTER- Major overrides will be given during open registration beginning April 22, 2013.
FALL SEMESTER- Major overrides will be entered after May 8, 2013, enabling students to register in these restricted courses via MyPurdue.
Students are encouraged to download the Minor Requirement form to view the list of minor courses. If courses are full after overrides are given, please use the wait-list.
Under the ACADEMIC TAB, students may click on REGISTRATION STATUS to confirm the overrides have been issued.
Please note: Closed course overrides will not be provided and space is not guaranteed.
Courses meeting UCC requirements can be found at the following website:
Under Core Curriculum Documents, select "Courses Approved by the Undergraduate Curriculum Council Outcomes-Based Core Curriculum"
Courses may be added at any time so do not save the document, always refer back to the website.
Students may also search course attributes in myPurdue for UCC approved courses.