Business Management and Global Business
The Business Management academic advisement team is committed to helping you, the student, achieve your academic goals, enhance your educational experience, and prepare for your future professional endeavors. We want you to have access to all the necessary tools to successfully meet all of your graduation requirements. However, it is your responsibility as the student to ensure that these requirements have been met. You can access your degree audit by logging onto DegreeWorks
We ask that current students please complete the Business Management Student Survey Results of this survey will be used to improve the degree program and resources available to you from the School of Business.
Meet the Academic Advisors!
|Jessica Bernadotte||School of Business firstname.lastname@example.org||631-794-6211|
M-TH 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
F 1:30 pm – 4:00 PM
|Beth Rosenberg||School of Business email@example.com||631-420-2207|
|Advising Hours:||M-W 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM||TH 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM|
|Paulette Nadel||School of Business firstname.lastname@example.org||631-794-6226|
|Advising Hours:||M, T, TH 9:30AM - 4:00 PM|
- Business Management – Bachelor of Science Degree*
- Global Business Management – Bachelor of Science Degree
- Business Management – Minor
- Legal Studies – Minor
- Organizational Leadership – Minor
- Economics – Minor
- Accounting – Certificate
- Marketing – Certificate
- International Business – Local Certificate
- Accounting Articulation
To schedule an appointment for business management academic advisement please contact:
Phone: 631-420-2015 or 631-420-6343 Email: BUSadvisement@farmingdale.edu
- Before your advising appointment, please make sure you have done the following:
- Send final official transcripts from all previously attended colleges to FSC transfer services (including college courses taken in High School).
- Send official High School transcripts to Admissions for Math and Foreign Language placement.
- Send official College Board transcripts for AP scores (if applicable)
- Review your DegreeWorks audit and bring a printed copy with you to your appointment.
Farmingdale State College students are invited to enhance their studies with an “Academic Minor.” A minor is a cluster of thematically related courses drawn from one or more departments. In addition to department based minors (e.g. computer programming & info systems), interdisciplinary minors are also available (e.g. legal studies).
Farmingdale State College is committed to equality of opportunity for students with disabilities to participate and benefit from all of its programs, services and activities. Every effort is made to provide reasonable accommodations to our students.
Every student is required to pass a level-I foreign language course (unless an official High School transcript is on file showing a foreign language Regents score of 85% or higher). If you believe you have a learning disability which prevents you from being able to learn a foreign language, please contact our Disability Services Center to obtain a waiver – Roosevelt Hall, Room 150 & 151. PH: 631-420-2411.
Per the College Catalog, all students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program must successfully complete at least one writing-intensive course (W) at Farmingdale beyond EGL 101 and 102, with a grade of C or better to meet graduation requirements. This course may be a required course in the student’s major, or an elective that is designated with a “W” signifying writing-intensive. EGL 101 is a prerequisite for all writing-intensive courses. A comprehensive list of all writing-intensive courses available each semester appears on the Registrar’s web page prior to advisement and registration.
Pre-calculus (MTH 117 or MTH 129) is a requirement of the Business Management program. College Algebra and Trigonometry (MTH 116) is the pre-requisite (unless an official High School transcript is on file showing a Math B Regents score of 70% or higher).
- Accounting l (BUS 101) – A Minimum Grade of C or higher is required.
- Comp. Concepts & Apps (BCS 102) is a required course. Per the college catalog, students may not receive credit for BCS 102 and BCS 160. Do not register for BCS 160.