DARS, or the Degree Auditing Report System, is an online tool that helps students track progress toward a degree. DARS displays a student's academic record and compares it to the course catalog, showing which requirements have been fulfilled, which requirements are in progress and what needs to be completed to graduate.
The College of Business Administration provides individual academic advising to assist you in developing and attaining your academic goals. Our advisers can assist you with academic program planning and course scheduling, and can answer your questions regarding degree requirements and university and college policies, procedures and services.
Academic advising for undergraduate students is provided by the Undergraduate Programs in Business Office which is located in CBA 260.
Academic advising for graduate students is provided by the Graduate Programs in Business Office which is located in CBA 412.