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Beginning Fall 2014, new majors and plans of study were implemented. Krannert added a new major: Strategy and Organizational Management

All current and new plans of study are updated for Fall 2014 to meet core curriculum requirements and 120 credit hours for graduation.

Students beginning their studies in Krannert prior to Fall 2014 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 2014 must follow the 2014 plans of study.

Undergraduate Core Curriculum (UCC)

Courses meeting UCC requirements can be found at the following website:

http://www.purdue.edu/provost/initiatives/curriculum/course.html

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.

Accounting

Economics

Economics Requirements for Upper Division

Fall 2014 Information

Plan of Study and Suggested Course Schedule 2014

Fall 2013 Information

Plan of Study: 2013
2013 Economics Suggested Course Schedule

Pre-Fall 2013 Information

Plan of Study - Choose your first year:
2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008

Suggested Course Schedule

Economics Website

Finance

Industrial Management

Management

Management Requirements for Upper Division

Fall 2014 Information

Plan of Study and Suggest Course Schedule 2014

Fall 2013 Information

Plan of Study: 2013

2013 Management Suggested Course Schedule

Pre-Fall 2013 Information

Plan of Study - Choose your first year:
2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008

Suggested Course Schedule

Marketing

Strategy and Organizational Management

Supply Chain Information and Analytics

Concentrations

Requesting Over 18 Credit Hours Per Semester

Requesting over 18 credit hours per semester or over 9 credit hours in the summer

Students requesting >18 credit hours per semester or >9 credit hours in the summer should consult their academic advisors.

In addition, students desiring to enroll in more than 19 credits (>9 credits in summer), and have less than a 3.75 cumulative GPA or have more than one semester of enrollment to graduate must complete this survey.  Allow 7-10 days for an emailed response.