Software for Department of Business Administration Courses
The Department of Business Administration belongs to the Microsoft Academic Alliance (Dream Spark Premium). This allows the department to distribute some Microsoft software application products to students to install on their own computers that are needed for specific department courses or independent studies with department faculty members. Special Microsoft software required for department courses is also made available in the appropriate classroom labs, typically Webb Hall classroom labs 307, 407, as well as Science Building classroom lab 115.
Students taking classes in the Department of Business Administration may use the Webb 410 computer lab to work on their homework and project assignments. Student project teams may also use Webb 408 to collaborate together to work on their computer related team projects. Special Computer Lab Help Sessions are routinely scheduled by department faculty in the computer classroom labs where the special software applications required for specific courses are installed, typically Webb Hall 307 or 407.
Software Training and Support
The Department of Business Administration has student tutors available in the Academic Advising Services in Smith Library (Room 107 – first floor) that are trained on many of the software applications that are used in the department’s courses. Please schedule an appointment with the tutors if you would like additional technical support by calling (860) 465-5198 or see the schedule at Tutor Schedules. For technical or information systems help, set up an appointment with Learning Specialist – at the Tutoring Center or with BIS and BUS Peer Tutors. Please check their schedule and then set up an appointment.