Registration Guide

 The College of Business maintains its own registration policies and procedures in addition to those published by the University. The Guide to Registration explains these registration rules, regulations, and procedures. Students are strongly advised to review this guide each semester to note changes in the College of Business registration procedures before registering for business classes. Students with questions regarding registration policies should go to the Office for Professional Distinction (CBB 5) for more information.

Advanced Registration Schedule Summer/Fall 2023

March 27th Graduate Students/Seniors (90+ Credits)
March 29th Juniors (60-89 Credits)
April 3rd Sophomores (30-59 Credits)
April 7th Freshmen (0-29 Credits)


Special and Unclassified Students

April 12th-13th Non-Business Minors, General Interest


Walk-in hours only during registration (9:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-4:00pm). No plans of study or study abroad appointments. First come, first serve and within the appropriate registration schedule.

Students may receive their registration information, including registration date and time, by accessing My Universe > Student Center. Use the photo below for reference.

My Universe

If you have questions regarding this information, contact the Registrar's Office at (319) 273-2241 or

Registration in any College of Business class assumes you have read and agree to abide by the rules in the catalog and Guide to Registration. These procedures are subject to change with class availabilities.



Policies and Procedures

  1. Students may access the Schedule of Classes online in the Student Center.
  2. Students needing assistance in planning their schedule or completing the registration process should make an appointment with an advisor in the Office for Professional Distinction (CBB 5) prior to their registration time.  Please call the Office of Professional Distinction to make an appointment at (319) 273-2144 or email
  3. Students must ensure that any holds on their account are removed prior to advance registration.
  4. The College of Business uses a priority registration system. Students requiring business courses for their major are given priority when registering for business classes during advance registration (March 27 - April 11). Business course registration is restricted to students with declared majors requiring business courses for their major (see approved non-major list below).
  5. Students who have not been admitted to College of Business are not allowed to register for any 3000/4000-level business courses at any time.
  6. Any student who has not been admitted to College of Business and will be completing admission requirements and 60 hours of credit during the current semester should meet with an advisor in the Office for Professional Distinction (CBB 5) prior to advance registration to sign an Admission Contract. Students signing contracts will be given conditional approval to register for 3000/4000-level UNI Business courses. At the end of the semester in which you signed your contract, the records of "conditionally" registered students will be checked to determine if admission requirements have been satisfied. Students not meeting the conditions of their contract will be dropped from all 3000/4000 UNI Business courses for which they registered during advance registration. The UNI Business will notify students by e-mail if contracts are not fulfilled.​



Business Courses for Non-Business Majors, Minors, etc.

  1. Any non-business major wanting to enroll in a business course for their minor requirements or general interest must hop on the Zoom link or visit CBB 5 on the following dates for course availability. November 14 - Seniors/Juniors. November 15 - Sophomores/Freshmen.
  2. Non-business majors may not enroll for more than 30 semester credit hours from the UNI Business (ECON 1041 and ECON 1051 are excluded from the total).
  3. Non-business majors may not take more than six hours of upper division 3000/4000-level UNI Business coursework per semester. 
  4. Non-business majors may not accumulate more than 15 hours of 3000/4000-level UNI Business coursework. MKTG 2110 is also included in the total.
  5. Non-business majors must select sections 50 or 51 if available. If 50 or 51 is not listed, regular section may be selected if pre-reqs have been met and students receive advisor approval. Please see CBB 5 for more information.



Non-Business Major Codes & Business Courses

Applied Human Sciences


ACCT 2120; BUS 2010; FIN 3110; MKTG 2110; MKTG 3113; MKTG 3143; MKTG 3146; MKTG 3153; MKTG 3154; MKTG 3156; MKTG 3166; MKTG 3176; MGMT 2080; MGMT 3113


ACCT 2120; ACCT 2130; MGMT 3100; MGMT 3101; MGMT 3905; MGMT 3153; MGMT 3966

(32T) ACCT 2120; MKTG 2110; MKTG 3113; MKTG 3166; MKTG 4170; MGMT 3153



ACCT 2120; MGMT 2080; MGMT 3101; MGMT 3145

(34J, 34G, 34H)

MGMT 3153

Communication Studies


MKTG 2110; MKTG 3143; MKTG 3146; MKTG 3153; MKTG 3583; MKTG 4150


ACCT 2120; MKTG 2110; MKTG 3113; MGMT 3153

(48Y) MKTG 2110; MKTG 3143; MGMT 3146

BUS 2010; MKTG 2110; MKTG 3113; MKTG 3143; MKTG 3146; MKTG 3153


(97C) MGMT 3153


(5T4) ACCT 2120; MKTG 2110; MGMT 3153

Public Administration

(94E) ACCT 2120; ACCT 2130
(94H) MGMT 3153; MGMT 3965; MGMT 3966
Individual and General Studies  
(001, 010-012, 016-018, 020-023; GS1, GS2, GS4) Limited to 6 hours of 3000/4000-level UNI Business courses per semester, including MKTG 2110.



Priority Registration Policies

Declared Business Majors with 60 Credit Hours:

Generally speaking, students admitted to the College of Business with 60 credit hours may register for any open business course if they have satisfied prerequisites. However, due to high demand and limited space, there may be some business courses which departments limit registration to specific majors only.

Non Admitted Students:

Students who have not met College of Business admission requirements may register for 1000/2000-level business courses only if prerequisites are met.

Second B.A. Business Majors:

See an Advisor in the Office for Professional Distinction for assistance (CBB 5).



Important Information

  1. Students registered for any UNI class are responsible for checking their UNI e-mail and eLearning prior to the start of the semester for possible assignments and/or class announcements.
  2. There may be special sections of business courses for non-business majors. These restrictions will be strictly observed during advance registration.
  3. Students who graduate with a business major must be a declared business major in the semester they graduate.
  4. Declared business majors require approval to change their major.
  5. UNI registration staff will be following the procedures established in the College of Business. If you have questions or concerns, please see an Advisor in the Office for Professional Distinction (CBB 5).