College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science

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Welcome!

Congratulations on your decision to work toward a degree in Organizational Leadership! We invite you to use the resources on this website as you plan your schedule each semester, but please remember that regular, face-to-face contact with your advisor is extremely important. We look forward to working with you as you embark on this journey!

Advising Mission

The mission of the Advising Office for the Department of Organizational Leadership is to provide comprehensive and professional academic advising to all students in the department, to provide advisor training for staff and faculty, to be the official record keeper for all students in the department, and to advise all incoming transfer students on their first semester of attendance.

Advising Vision

The Advising Office for the Department of Organizational Leadership shall be known for:

  • Comprehensive and professional academic advising
  • The quality of its advisor training
  • Student recognition of the quality of their advising experiences

Advising Values

The Advising Office for the Department of Organizational Leadership accepts the following values:

  • Students deserve dependable, accurate, respectful, honest, friendly and professional advising
  • Students have a desire to learn
  • Learning needs vary according to each individual student's level of skills, goals and experiences
  • Students hold their own values and beliefs
  • Students are responsible for their behavior
  • Advisors are responsible to the students they serve
  • Advisors are responsible for involving others, when appropriate, in the advising process
  • Advisors are responsible to the department and university

Advising & Registration

Tools for You

BINGO sheets are used to help you track required courses needed to obtain your degree.

Course Sequence sheets provide direction regarding the suggested order of completion.  

Use the menu on the left of this page to select your program of study. You will find the BINGO and Course Sequence sheets you need there. (And, if you can't find what you're looking for, don't hesitate to ask!)