Graduate Visiting Students
Foundations level graduate business classes are available to any student who is currently enrolled in or who has completed an MBA program. Common Body of Knowledge level graduate business classes are only available to those currently enrolled in an AACSB-accredited program or who holds an MBA from an AACSB-accredited institution.
Please review our class schedules and course descriptions for course availability and prerequisite requirements. All prerequisites must be satisfied without exception. It is in your best interest to contact an ECU College of Business Graduate Advisor prior to submitting an application. Only an advisor can determine your eligibility to take courses.
UNC-System Graduate Students
Graduate students enrolled in another UNC-system MBA program can enroll in ECU COB graduate courses by following these steps:
- Register for the course by logging in to UNCOnline under your home institution, then selecting ECU courses. Note that you can only register for courses once ECU’s course registration system is activated for the semester.
- Submit your graduate (and possibly undergraduate) transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org to verify you satisfy any prerequisites.
- Have your program director email/fax a letter stating that you are a graduate student in good standing and that the class(es) you are interested in taking are applicable to your program.
Students will receive an email from UNCOnline with their login details for ECU. Students should submit a helpdesk ticket to UNCOnline if they do not receive their ECU Banner ID and PirateID.
Graduate Students Outside the UNC-System
Graduate students enrolled in another MBA program outside the UNC-system can enroll in ECU COB graduate courses by following these steps:
- Apply and be admitted as a non-degree seeking student to ECU’s Graduate School.
- Contact ECU’s College of Business Graduate Programs Office to schedule an advising session. Advising can be done over the phone or in person.
- When course registration opens for the semester, register for your course(s). Contact your advisor if you are experiencing difficulty registering for course(s).
- Have your program director email/fax a letter stating that you are a graduate student in good standing and that the course(s) you are registered for are applicable to your graduate program.