FAQ

Your weekly schedule in My Universe defaults to the first week of classes before the school year begins, or to the current week during the school year. Because the first week of classes is a lecture, you will need to advance to the next week that has a lab scheduled to see your lab time.
Contact the PRP office at prp@uni.edu or 319-273-7495. If your ID card was not scanned you will need to come in and find your feedback sheet, which is our backup method of attendance.
Stop in to CBB 5 and visit with Katie Hillyer. In most cases there are just a few makeups you will need to do to have that changed to a "Pass" If the I or NC is for Business 3000 and you are still working to complete the course, it will change to a P when you finish.
It's best to get personalized resume advice from Matt Nuese or Laura Wilson in Career Services (CBB 5 or Gilchrist 102), but a good place to start is the example below, provided by Matt:

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It’s best to get personalized resume advice from Matt Nuese or Laura Wilson in Career Services (CBB 5 or Gilchrist 102), but a good place to start is the example below, provided by Matt:

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Business 1000 and Business 2000. The next two levels - Business 3000 and Business 4000 -are for students who choose to continue the program.
Students should take Business 1000 during their first fall semester (Business 1000 is only offered during the fall). Business 2000 can be taken anytime thereafter.
Within the required levels we focus on leadership, professional communication (written and oral), career planning, self-awareness, teamwork and time management. In the optional levels we encourage students to utilize resources that are most important to their career planning.. Visit the About page to see a more detailed comparison of the levels
No. The required levels of the program (Business 1000 and Business 2000) are scheduled in a student's schedule of courses just like a regular class, so the system will not allow either of these courses to overlap with other academic courses. Students who register for the optional levels of the program (Business 3000 and 4000) register similar to independent study -students control their schedule.
Click the calendar link above to see the workshops and seminars scheduled for this semester. Feel free to drop by and observe a session that sounds interesting or fits with your schedule. Another way to learn what is going on in the program is by subscribing to the blog (link above). Katie Hillyer is happy to sit down and have a conversation about the program anytime -call (273-7660) or email Katie.hillyer@uni.edu to schedule a time.
Students in this situation should see Katie Hillyer immediately. She will work with them to insure they complete professional training to satisfy the graduation requirement. This is a good opportunity to remind faculty to students to keep in touch with the professional advisors in CBB 5. They can go through a student's advisement report to ensure they are on track to meet all graduation requirements (GPA, PRP, credits, etc.).
All UNIBusiness students will go through the first two levels of the program as a graduation requirement. These levels focus on leadership, professional communication (written and oral), career planning, self-awareness, teamwork and time management. In the optional levels we encourage students to utilize resources that are most important to their career planning. See the full breakdown of levels in the chart on the About page.
We are always open to new workshops and seminars for students in the program. The main caveat is that we do not allow "recruiting" in PRP workshops. Recruiters are welcome to use their company as an example in demonstrating application of a skill or example of company expectations. Levels III and IV offer a flexible schedule and more advanced students. Contact levels III/IV coordinatorCynthia Goro to begin the conversation.

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