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mbs.rutgers.edu Master Of Business And Science Science Meets Business NEW STUDENT ONLINE ORIENTATION Fall 2018
2 Congratulations on your admission! 1 Getting started 2 Registering for courses 3 MBS curriculum 4 Colloquium & Professional Development 5 Graduation 6 Staying Connected Advising 7
3 RSVP to our in person orientation! August 28, 2018 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM CoRE Building, Room 101, 1st Floor Auditorium Busch Campus, Rutgers University. 96 Frelinghuysen Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854
4 Who We Are DR. DEBORAH SILVER DR. MATTHEW SILLS KATHLEEN CASHMAN Executive Director Life Sciences Curriculum Coordinator Adjunct Professor, Internship Facilitator, Executive Coach VICKI PASIGOS ABBE ROSENTHAL REGINA RIBAUDO- DEBBIE SCLAFANI Program Manager Corporate Outreach/Career DOUGHERTY Administrative Assistant Development Specialist Business/Financial Specialist
6 Obtaining a Net ID What is a NetID? • All faculty, staff, and students are assigned a Rutgers unique identifier known as a NetID, • NetID is comprised of initials and a unique number (e.g. jqs23). • In order to access many of the electronic services available to you at Rutgers, you need to activate your Rutgers NetID. • Your assigned NetID will appear on the activation screen. How to get your NetID? Go to https://netid.rutgers.edu/index.htm *Please see the new student orientation packet for more info
7 RU ID Card • The RUconnection Card is the official photo identification card issued to faculty, staff, students, and guests on all Rutgers University campuses. • This unified photo ID card serves as the primary form of identity verification throughout the university. How do I get my RU ID Card? There are various locations on campus where you can get your RU ID Card. Please see : http://ruconnection.rutgers.edu/
8 my.rutgers.edu my.rutgers.edu - The myRutgers portal is a one-stop tool that provides you with access to important information at Rutgers. Using the customizable channels in myRutgers, you can • read your email, • check your grades, • drop a class, • search the Rutgers libraries, • see a calendar of events at the university, • and much more….
9 Sakai / Canvas / Ecollege / Blackboard Course Management Systems: • Sakai - most science • Canvas - some business/science courses • Ecollege - online courses • Blackboard - business school Sakai PSM student resources: • PSM Student Resources • MBS Graduation check list
10 Parking & Transportation Department of Transportation Services (DOTS): •DOTS link - rudots.Rutgers.edu •Tickets – will hold your grades & graduation •Different parking options available •FAQ - http://rudots.rutgers.edu/faq.shtml
11 Registering for Classes 1 Rutgers Online Schedule of Classes 2 WebReg 3 Special Permission Numbers 4 Registrar 5 Student Accounting
12 How to see what courses are available: http://sis.rutgers.edu/soc/
13 Select whether you’d like to search by Subject, Keyword, etc. In this example - a search was used to find MBS courses, 16:137:xxx. Our program code is 137
14 *Special Permission Numbers* What is a special permission number? • A special permission number is needed to register for many of the MBS courses and some of the other graduate courses. • Each course needs its own special permission number.
15 *Special Permission Numbers* For MBS courses (16:137:xxx) : • Our office can only issue SPNs directly to students for these courses. • Fill out the SPN form on our website. • Please allow at least 24 hours for a response. For all other courses : • You must contact the professor or graduate director of the course Dept. • subject # gives the course department.
16 Registrar • The registrar's office is in charge of calendars, transcripts, diplomas, grades, and records. • All student registration inquiries, including class registration, address changes, and contact information are handled by the registrar as well as graduation and commencement information. • You can visit them at nbregistrar.rutgers.edu
17 Graduate Fall 2018 Registration Calendar LINK - http://nbregistrar.rutgers.edu/grad/index.htm Soon the website will be updated with Fall 2018 calendar
18 Student Accounting • The Office of Student Accounting, Billing, and Cashiering provides - access to your online term bill, - processes refunds, - administers payment plans, - coordinates exit counseling, - and assists with issues that arise with your student account. • Our department is also referred to as - the Bursar's Office, - the Campus Business Office, - or the Cashier's Office. • You can visit them at studentabc.rutgers.edu
19 THE MASTER OF BUSINESS & SCIENCE DEGREE
20 MBS Requirements • Science Concentration – 24 credits (Core + Electives) • Business Courses – 19 credits (Core + Electives) • Colloquium Requirement – 12 lectures/workshops/events • Relevant Work Experience – Full time students must show work experience and can take up to 6 credits in internship.
21 Business Curriculum COURSE ID COURSE CREDITS SEMESTERS OFFERED 16:137:530 Principles of Finance & Accounting 3 Fall, Spring & Summer 16:137:502 Communication & Leadership 3 Fall & Spring • Marketing • Special topics: Marketing for Sci Tech Management 16:137:507/650, • MiniMBA (fall, spring)-see mbs website for registration process 3 651,652 • Online Training through CCPD, Center for Continuing Professional Development (fall, spring, summer)-see mbs website for registration process Science & Technology Management Electives ( can include project 6 management, management of innovation, et al. ) Ethics & Professionalism ( online/hybrid ) 1 Fall, Spring, Summer 16:137:600 Capstone - business case, intrapreneurship, entrepreneurship 3 Fall & Spring *Please note: Capstone can only be taken after the student has taken a minimum of 3 pre-requisites: Communications & Leadership, Marketing and Principles of Finance & Accounting
22 Fall 2018 Business courses Courses are listed on the MBS website under the Program Information tab, Courses by Semester
24 Professional Workshops • Resume Writing • Interviewing Techniques • Professional Etiquette • Alumni Mixer events • Industry Panels • Branding yourself • Mock Interviews
25 Colloquium Series • Colloquium – MBS students must attend 12 sessions of events (lectures, seminars, mixers, etc.) over the course of their studies • 9 must be PSM run or co-/sponsored events; 3 can be outside events (outside events are events not sponsored or run by the PSM office) • Student register for a 0 credit colloquium course in the last semester • Form in packet with explanation To see upcoming events, go to the MBS website and look at the calendar!
26 Relevant Work Experience • If you are already working in your field, you have fulfilled this requirement • If you are not employed in your field, you can fulfill this requirement in a number of ways: – Internship (for credit or not) – Summer work – Part-time work – Co-op
27 Professional Internships • 16:137:608 (fall) 609 (spring) 610 (summer) • Goal: to have relevant work experience • 400 hours for up to 3 credits • Either Business and/or Science elective(s) • Employed students can also do internship at their place of work – but in another division
28 Academic Integrity Policy As a Student, all work submitted in a graduate course must be your own. Students may never: • Quote or paraphrase another, including material from the internet, without complete citation; • Cite a source that has been identified through a secondary source but has not been consulted; • Collaborate with others on assignments or exams without the explicit permission of the instructor; • Use materials during an exam that have not been sanctioned by the instructor of the course; • Look at or copy the work of another student during an exam; • Submit the work completed in one class to fulfill an assignment in another without the consent of the instructor.
29 Graduate Academic Policy The following are examples of conditions which usually indicate lack of satisfactory academic progress: • Earning a grade below B in more than 3 courses counting towards the degree, • Grade point average below B (3.0) for one academic year, • Excessive course withdrawals (W grades) after the normal course add/drop period, • Excessive incomplete (IN) grades, • An F in any course. • Failure to make up incomplete grades, • Exceeding the time limit for completing the degree program: three (3) years for full- time students.
30 10 Point Graduation Checklist *All forms and further details are on the Sakai site, PSM Student Resources* 1. Courses Requirements 2. Work Experience 3. Colloquium Attendance 4. ePortfolio 5. Exit Survey completed 6. CV upload 7. LinkedIn Profile connected to Rutgers MBS and Rutgers MBS Alumni 8. Candidacy Form 9. Testimonial (optional) uploaded 10. Apply for diploma online
31 International Students PALS (Program in American Language Studies) Exam AlI International students must take the Language Placement Exam. What is PALS? •The PALS program is designed for Master of Business and Science students to gain writing and reading skills necessary for graduate courses in their program. International students from the MBS program are offered reading and writing courses with the goal of developing their writing at the academic and research level. The MBS program seeks to develop each students ’academic writing ability so they can develop into competitive candidates for the job market.
32 Student Organizations Connect with us on our social networks! https://www.facebook.com/RutgersMBS https://www.linkedin.com/in/rutgerspsm https://twitter.com/Rutgers_PSM
33 Advising http://mbs.rutgers.edu/book-appointment-advisor CONCENTRATION ADVISOR EMAIL -ID Analytics/Cybersecurity/Computer &Information Dr. Christie Nelson email@example.com Sciences Engineering Management/Computer & Dr. Deborah Silver firstname.lastname@example.org Information Sciences All of the Life Sciences, Health & Wellness, and Dr. Matthew Sills email@example.com Agriculture & Food concentrations You may schedule an in person or over the phone advising appointment on the MBS website
34 Course Registration Summary 01 Visit MBS website to learn about courses. Concentrations - http://mbs.rutgers.edu/concentrations MBS WEBSITE Course by semester - http://mbs.rutgers.edu/course-list 02 Book an advising session if needed to clarify course selections. Refer Slide 36 of this PPT Advising Session 03 Follow the course registration procedure to enroll for classes. Refer Slide 11 to 19 of this PPT Register • Core courses and electives can be taken in any order in any semester based on course offerings as the curriculum is professionally driven. • Only practicum courses and capstone require core course completion before registering for them.
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