Schedule of Classes
This will link to the Banner Web schedule of classes so you can see prerequisites, identify the day and time of your classes, where the class meets, how many students are enrolled in the class, and who teaches the class.
Register For Classes
Click here when you are ready to register for classes. This will take you to the Banner homepage. Then enter the secure area and you can register for classes. The secure area will also allow you to run your own degree evaluation, print out your semester schedule of classes, and a host of other information about your status.
Basic Computer Skills Competency Exam
Click here to get more information about waiving the BI 100 level pre-requisites for any course in the Boler School of Business.
Undergraduate Wait List Form
The waitlist stays open approximately 2 week after priority registration closes. There is no notification for the waitlist. Please be sure to check your course schedule in Banner to determine if you were able to get into the waitlisted class or if you still remain in the alternative course you selected. If after December 2nd you do not have a complete schedule, please contact Laura Atkins, Assistant Dean of the Boler School of Business.
If you are curious as to where you stand in terms of completing your major, you can run a degree evaluation at any time.
The Boler London Program offers a specialized study-abroad experience to sophomore-rank business students. Efforts are made to make the experience affordable, and financial aid is available. The program is coordinated through the Center for Global Education, which offers a variety of additional study abroad experiences. For more information, please contact the Center for Global Education located in AD 126, or Laura Atkins in the BSOB Dean’s Office at SB 117.
Stay on track to graduate on time: keep your scheduling worksheet handy. The sheets are based on when you started at John Carroll.
- 2013-2015 BSOB Worksheet
- 2011-2013 BSOB Worksheet
- 2009-2011 BSOB Worksheet
- Between fall 2008 and spring 2009
Please remain conscious of the mandatory requirements for your core and major classes. You may hear of curriculum changes, but DO NOT ASSUME all changes apply to your personal plan for scheduling.