Electronic Forms and Other Resources


Below are many of our commonly used forms. Additional forms and resources are available on the Registrar’s page.

Frequently Used Forms
Category Form Description
General Registration Add, Drop, and Withdraw This form is required if registering in person with an academic advisor.
Graduate Change of Program Request Form This form is used to change a program (major) and must be completed by degree-seeking students wishing to change their majors. Please note the change of major form can not be used to add a second degree; a separate admissions application must be submitted.
Graduate Transfer Pre-Approval Request This form is used to pre-approve coursework at another university that will be used to satisfy graduation requirements. A number of restrictions apply; please review the instructions on the form.
Graduate Recommendation Form This form is to recommend students to a specific program.
Graduate Transfer Credit Request Form All transfer credit requests must be completed within the student’s first year of admission into the degree program. No transfer request forms will be accepted for review for non-degree seeking students. Additional information on transfer credit is outlined under Degree Plans.
Graduate Waiver Request Rules
Waiver Request Form
All waiver credit requests must be completed within the student’s first year of admission into the degree program. No waiver request forms will be accepted for review for non-degree seeking students. Additional information on waivers is outlined under Degree Plans.
Graduate MAS 6102 Waiver Request The MS professional development course, MAS 6102, was designed for JSOM graduate students to improve internship and workplace readiness and may be a required program prerequisite under a student’s degree requirements in their Catalog. Waivers will only be considered if the student meets the criteria outlined on the MAS 6102 waiver form.
MBA MAS 6105 Waiver Request Communications (MAS 6105) is an MBA program prerequisite. Effective fall 2018, students are required to either take the course or receive a waiver within the first two semesters of enrollment in the MBA program. If you do not receive a waiver or complete the course after your first semester, a hold will be placed on your account which could impact future registration.