Select Business School offerings, excluding core courses, are open to Columbia University graduate degree candidates, post-baccalaureate students in the School of Continuing Education, and seniors at Columbia College, the School of Engineering, Barnard College, and the School of General Studies. Non-Business School students may take no more than 3 credits of business courses per semester and no more than twelve credits during their entire Columbia course of study.
Applications dates for the Fall 2013 term will be
* Fall 2013 full-term and A-term Business School courses begin on Tuesday, September 3rd. B-term courses begin Tuesday, October 22nd.
* A list of Fall 2013 MBA courses that may be available will be announced soon.
* For questions about cross-registration, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at email@example.com.
* Students will need to submit a completed cross-registration application online. The link to the cross-registration system is available here: https://www0.gsb.columbia.edu/crossreg.
* Decisions and processing of all cross-registration applications will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis.
* Students are limited to apply to 3 courses.
All prerequisites will be enforced. Note: B6302 - Capital Markets & Investments is a prerequisite for most finance courses. IEOR E4721 Global Capital Markets and B6302 Capital Markets taken at the School of Engineering, U6023 Capital Markets taken at SIPA, or G4076 Capital Markets taught at the Mathematics of Finance program will be accepted as a substitute for the Business School's B6302 Capital Markets prerequisite. Also, SIPA's U6045 International Capital Markets and U6022 Economics of Finance taken together fulfill the Business School's prerequisite of B6302 Capital Markets. For Business School courses that list B6302 Capital Markets as a co-requisite, one class (U6045 or U6022) should have been already taken and the other class should be taken concurrently with the B-School class requiring the B6302 Capital markets co-requisite. All other stated prerequisites have to have been taken at the Business School. Instructors may not waive these prerequisites. Students who feel they have the appropriate background may take the Capital Markets exemption exam, which will be offered on Friday, April 12th through the 14th. For questions about Exemption Exams (but not general cross-registration questions), please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
* TO DROP A BUSINESS CLASS: You must notify both your home school and the Business School’s Office of Student Affairs (email@example.com). For Full-term and A-term courses, students may drop courses up until Wednesday, June 5th. After that date, they may withdraw (with a notation of W on their transcript) up until Wednesday, June 19th. For B-term courses, students may drop courses up until Friday, July 12th. After that date, they may withdraw up until Friday, July 26th.
***Note that Non-Business School students will receive traditional letter grades (A, B, C, D, F) for courses taken at the Business School. Also, the Business School follows a slightly different academic calendar than most of the University. Students should review the School's calendar to ensure they meet required course and exam dates.