The mission of the School of Business, Management and Technology is to prepare students to compete in the global world of work through effective instruction, technology application, relevant curricula, and professional development. The School consists of the Departments of Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Extended Studies, and Sport Management.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22 & OCTOBER 29 FROM 11 A.M. – 1 P.M.
Saint Augustine’s University School of Business collaborates with the National Football League (NFL) in their Go Vote campaign! In the 2016 election, only 60% of eligible Americans voted. We are all business and are not settling for 60% during this current election term. Students in the School of Business, Management, and Technology created a Public Service Announcement to bring awareness to voting and the importance of exercising your right.
The School of Business will provide transportation on Thursday, October 22nd and October 29th from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for anyone interested in early voting. Those interested, please email email@example.com.
Students, faculty, and staff can visit www.nfl.com/votes for more information on how you can make your voter game plan.
- Help each student attain his/her career goals
- Enable and encourage each student to become an effective leader
- Provide a foundation for graduate and professional studies
- Promote professional development through the use of library resources, computer technology, and experiential learning
- Promote the ethical and moral development of each student
- Help each student develop the ability to recognize, analyze, and solve problems
- will be assigned to an advisor in his/her major
- will be provided with an appropriate Plan of Study
- will be expected to meet with his/her advisor at least once each semester for the purposes of pre-registration and determination of his or her academic progress and standing
- will be responsible for satisfying applicable prerequisites for courses
- will be responsible for monitoring compliance with his/her Plan of Study and meeting all academic requirements
- must complete successfully 90 semester credit hours before applying for graduation