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Graduate Students

Office of Student Services
109 Harriman Hall
Phone: (631) 632-7171 
E-mail: COBadvising@stonybrook.edu
Fax: (631) 632-8181

Our Office will be closed on Friday 9/8/17.

Effective 8/30/17, we will have walk in advising ONLY on Wednesdays 
between 1 pm and 2 pm with the exception of the following dates:

10/18, 11/01, 12/6

On these dates there will be no walk in advising.

 

The Office of Student Services (OSS) is the main academic advising center for the College of Business. The office advises business majors, minors, MBA, MS in Accounting and MS in Finance students. Please visit the Staff section of the website for information on contacts. The Office of Student Services is open from Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The following are some documents and websites that you will find useful as an MBA or MS student in the College of Business:

The following are some documents and websites that you will find useful as a Graduate student here at Stony Brook:

Change of Program Process

Students wishing to change from their current MBA program to an alternate MBA program, must complete the online Change of Program Request form. Students must apply for a Change of Program prior to the start of their final semester of course work.

Deadlines:

  • November 2nd – Spring Term
  • April 2nd – Summer or Fall Term

Your request will be reviewed by the College of Business and you will be contacted by email regarding the decision. If the request is approved, a new offer letter will need to be issued and an official change of program form will need to be signed and processed by the Graduate School.  Please note that you cannot change from the 48 credit track to the 36 credit track. The determination of the credit track is determined at the time of admission to the program. 

The following are some documents and websites that you will find useful as a Graduate student here at Stony Brook:

Graduate Business Association (GBA)

The purpose of the Graduate Business Association (GBA) at Stony Brook University is to be an advocate and representative of the graduate students and alumni of the Stony Brook University College of Business; to foster and facilitate strategic networking opportunities as well as social interactions among students, faculty, alumni, administrators, and the business community; to engage the business community to actively participate in the education and training of business professionals while providing career opportunities for advancement; and to increase global recognition of the Stony Brook University College of Business.

Statement of Student Responsibility

Students themselves-whether new, returning, or continuing-are responsible for reviewing, understanding, and adhering to their degree requirements. All College of Business students are responsible for reviewing, understanding, and complying with University and COB regulations, policies, and procedures, as described in all official publications, the University website and in all documentation distributed by Stony Brook professors and staff.

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