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  • Welcome to the McIntire School of Commerce!

  • Academic | Career | Community | Wellness

    Welcome, Class of 2019! March 23, 2017

    McIntire Welcome Night

  • WELCOME | introductions

    Danny Steeper Associate Dean for

    Student Services and

    Academic Operations

    Ellen Rozan Director of Global

    Programs

    Sarah Rogis Associate Director for

    Career Development

    Rebecca Leonard Associate Dean for

    Diversity, Equity,

    and Inclusion

    Director of

    Undergraduate

    Admissions

    Sally Armentrout Director of Student Life

    Lauren Fogel Commerce Council

    President

  • WELCOME | corporate connections

    Peter McElwain, COMM ’99

    Partner

  • Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP provides a wide range of accounting, tax, assurance and consulting services with more than 2,700 professionals, including 302 partners

    National and global reach

    > Connecticut > Delaware > Illinois > Georgia > Maryland > Michigan > Minnesota

    > New Jersey > New York > Oklahoma > Pennsylvania > Texas > Washington, D.C. > Wisconsin

    Locations > Serve clients nationwide from 35 offices in 14 states > Net revenue of $522 million

    > 8th largest network by combined revenue > 745 offices in 141 countries > Combined revenue of U.S. $3.8bn

    Baker Tilly is a member of Baker Tilly International:

  • ACADEMICS | integrated core experience (ICE)

    Integration Cohorts Teaching Teams

    • Integrated sessions on business

    theory and practice (no stand

    alone courses)

    • Material presented in integrated,

    cross-functional manner,

    providing deep knowledge of

    complex interrelationships among

    subject areas

    • Blocks of 40-45 students learn

    by working in small teams, as

    well as with faculty and

    corporate leaders, to solve

    real-world business problems

    • Professors team-teach in an

    interactive, rigorous seminar

    atmosphere.

    • ICE Team Leaders

    • Faculty Mentors

    • Program Advisors

  • ACADEMICS | fall semester ICE

    August September October November December

    Comm 3020: Behavioral Issues in Marketing and Management

    (4 credits)

    Comm 3030: Quantitative and Financial Analysis (4 credits)

    Comm 3010: Strategy and Systems (4 credits) 12 credits ICE+ 3 credit elective=15-credits total

    Electives/Concentration Electives

  • ACADEMICS | spring semester ICE

    January February March April May

    Comm 3050: Managerial Decision Making (4.5 credits)

    Electives/Concentration Electives

    Comm 3040: Strategic Value Creation (4.5 credits)

    9 credits-ICE + 6 credits- elective =15-credits total

  • ACADEMICS | concentrations and tracks

    Concentrations Functional area of study

    Tracks Cross-disciplinary programs to support concentrations

    Accounting Finance

    Information Technology

    Management

    Marketing

    Advertising & Digital Media

    Business Analytics

    Entrepreneurship Global

    Commerce

    Quantitative Finance

    Real Estate

  • ACADEMICS | enrolling for the fall semester

    Electives ICE and 3110 Notes

    April 3rd

    • Any COMM or non-COMM

    elective (except COMM 3110)

    • NO conflicts with ICE times

    • 9:30-12:15pm, M-Th

    • 2:00pm-4:45pm, M-Th

    • COMM 3410-COMM Law or

    COMM 3200-Project Mgt. or

    CLAS Elective

    July 1st • ICE Block enrollments are

    finalized

    • Third Year students are required

    to carry a minimum of 15 graded

    credits

    • SIS will allow enrollment in up to

    19 credits on August 7, 2017

    June 15th at NOON • Choose ICE block-check times by section

    • Enroll in COMM 3010, 3020, and 3030 –

    same section for each course (12-credits

    total)

    • Enroll in elective(s) (at least 3-credits)

    • Accounting or Finance – COMM

    3110: Intermediate Accounting (3

    credits)

    • IT – COMM 3200: Project

    Management (3 credits)

  • ACADEMICS | global opportunities

    Global Foundations

    Plan to Go Global with McIntire

    Semester Abroad

    • Satisfies spring ICE

    • Top-quality b-school partners

    • Seize the opportunity

    • Value

    Short-Term

    • McIntire faculty-led

    • J-term, March, or May

    • Targeted theme and business visits

  • CAREER | commerce career services

    • How and when to engage with CCS

    • How we can help

    • The value of exploration and finding fit

  • CAREER | exploring business careers

    Exploring Business Careers

    Saturday, March 25

    10:00 am – 3:00 pm

  • COMMUNITY | diversity at McIntire  Diversity is a collection of unique

    characteristics, both seen and unseen, that

    enrich our community by challenging

    assumptions, inspiring thoughtful discussion,

    and contributing to the development of

    innovative solutions.

     Diversity works when our community is

    inclusive, acknowledging and removing barriers

    to empower all our members to engage fully

    and to contribute in and out of the classroom.

     McIntire works when we recruit, support, and

    educate a community as diverse as the global

    workforce, and when we celebrate the unlimited

    possibilities of our shared talents.

    Office of Diversity,

    Equity, and Inclusion

    Engage with us:

    diversity@comm.virginia.edu

    Rouss & Robertson Halls Room 104

    mailto:diversity@comm.virginia.edu

  • COMMUNITY | valuing a COMMunity of differences

    Why Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at McIntire ?

    The Business Case for Diversity

    The best plans flourish when good people, ideas, and differences come together.

    Companies with outstanding diversity programs outperform their peers by a

    significant margin.

    As a top business school driven to prepare students to thrive in the highly diverse

    and international workplace, the McIntire School is well on the path toward realizing

    a fully diverse and inclusive community and ensuring the long-term success of the

    McIntire community.

  • COMMUNITY | McIntire ally program

  • COMMUNITY | getting involved

    2017-2018 Commerce Council

    President: Lauren Fogel

    Vice President: Kimberly Flintsch

    Treasurer: Grace Zeng

    Get involved!

    Block Representative elections in early September.

    Student Organizations

  • WELLNESS | finding balance takes work

  • WELLNESS | it matters

    Health and wellbeing MATTER now and later

    Set yourself up for wellbeing at McIntire

  • WELLNESS | challenge with support

    Opportunity

    Challenge

    Choice

  • CONCLUSION | review

    Academic

    • ICE familiarity

    • Enrollment process

    • Global opportunities

    Career

    • Attend Saturday’s event

    • Utilize CCS resources

    Community

    • Value our community

    • Attend community events

    • Get involved

    Wellness

    • Wellness matters

    • Challenge and support

    • Develop your wellness plan

  • CONCLUSION | welcome series

  • NEXT STEPS Pre-Matriculation Survey – e-mailed next week

    Access Resources: www.commerce.virginia.edu/undergrad/undergraduate-advising

    Including…

    • Enrollment Information & FAQs

    • ICE Preparation Resources

    • McIntire Welcome Series Info

  • CONCLUSION | welcome reception

  • Welcome to the McIntire School of Commerce!