*If you do not complete registration, your advising appointment will be rescheduled!*
You cannot schedule an appointment with an advisor until you’ve attended one advising information session. During this session you will learn about IUT requirements, how your credits will apply to business, determine your potential graduation date, and have any questions answered with a Leeds advisor.
Your application will not be considered if you have pre-requisite courses in progress. Admission is granted on a space available basis.
Deadline for Spring 2018 admission: January 3rd, 2018
Deadline for Fall 2018 admission: July 1st, 2018
Deadline for Spring 2019 admission: January 3rd, 2019
Applications are accepted year-round and will be reviewed once a month. If you submit an application after a deadline, you will be considered on a space available basis or for the next semester. Leeds can’t guarantee the usual selection of courses for those who submit applications after the registration period. When you apply for admission after October 1st or March 1st, course availability will be limited. Most students apply for admission in December or May, once all grades post and they’re meeting all IUT requirements. Typically, you will be able to register for the business courses that you need.
Transfer to Leeds (from outside CU-Boulder)
While completing the University of Colorado at Boulder transfer process, you can apply to the Leeds School of Business.
You'll want to complete the following courses before applying to CU:
Either statistics (business statistics strongly preferred) or calculus with competitive letter grades
Before you become a Leeds Student it's a good idea to start taking classes to fill your non-business degree requirements and your introductory business core requirements.
Be aware that once admitted you will need to complete a minimum of 30 credits in business courses as a residency requirement. If you have questions, see an advisor.
The CU Admissions Office handles all admissions for transfer students to Leeds. If you have specific questions about the admissions process and/or requirements, please contact that office directly: http://www.colorado.edu/business/admissions
Taking Business Core (BCOR) Classes as a Non-Business Student
During the Fall and Spring semesters, BCOR classes are restricted to business students only. As a non-business student, you may take BCOR courses through Continuing Education or in the summer. Registration in BCOR courses is not restricted during summer terms but you may need to contact the Leeds advising office to get assistance with registration.
Please Note: Students interested in transferring to Leeds from the College of Engineering and Applied Science will need to take a short survey found here and are welcome to meet with an advisor in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, if desired.