Automated Student Advising Project On The School Of Business Administration ( Soba )

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Project Stakeholders Although it is apparent that the Automated Student Advising Project will directly impact the School of Business Administration (SoBA) as well as the University of Montana as while, this can be further broken down into a variety of comprising stakeholders that will be considered throughout the duration of this project. SoBA Faculty and staff stakeholders include those of the Advising Office and SoBA Central as well as each department chair and the associated instructors and professors. These individuals are well informed of the elements that will be most effective in enhancing the advising process and have strong opinions on the overall outcome of this project. Additional staff personnel to consider are those such…show more content…
As a result, this project must consider those directly connected to SoBA as well the individuals who support and use the general UM services such as Advising, UMOnline, and the variety of Information technology services. Project Description & Business Problem [Include a short description of the project. Make sure you the following sub headings in this section: Background The University of Montana’s School of Business Administration enhances lives and benefits society by providing a world-class business education in a supportive, collegial environment. This mission is accomplished by acting on shared core values of creating significant experiences, building relationships, teaching and researching relevant topics, behaving ethically, and inspiring individuals to thrive. This school support undergraduate students within six majors: accounting, finance, management information systems, international business, management, and marketing. SoBA Adivising strives To assist students with (1) understanding the University, its organization, policies, procedures, and resources, (2) developing life and career goals and selecting a major, (3) practicing independent, responsible decision-making, and (4) successfully completing the undergraduate
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