College of Business and IT Resources
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org l 248-.204.3000 l Buell Building Basement
- Printers and copiers for student use at a small fee
- Small study rooms and computer lab
- Many knowledgeable librarians to assist you with your electronic or print research
- On-campus and off-campus access to scholarly journals through multiple databases
- College of Business + Information Technology IT Reference Resources
- Association for Computing Machinery
- ACM Digital Library – full-text of a wide range current and archival ACM publications
- Association for Information Systems
- Association for Information Technology Professionals
- Automation Alley – Southeast Michigan’s Automation Alley is one of the most respected and fastest growing technology business clusters in the nation
- Business Process Trends
- CIO Magazine
- Enterprise Systems
- IBM Technical Journals
- Idea Group Publishing
- Institute for Certification of Computer Professionals
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- IEEE – Organizational activities, publications, and standards
- Journal of Systems and Software
- Software Practice and Experience
- APA Style Form Guide – Based on the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 4th ed. (1994)
- APA Style Homepage – A new edition of APA's Publication Manual
- Citing Sources in APA Style – From Indiana University
- APA "Citation Machine" – form-driven service to produce properly formatted citations.
- Writing and Presenting Your Thesis or Dissertation – An excellent guide prepared by Dr. Joseph Levine of Michigan State University
- www.statsoft.com/textbook/stathome – Provides a complete electronic statistics textbook
- Minitab Podcast #1 – Produced by Dr. Matthew Cole. This podcast will guide you step-by-step in using Minitab for the first time. Topics include:
- Coding and recoding
- Cumulative frequency distributions
- Mean, median, and standard deviation with 95% confidence interval
- Boxplot, bar chart, pie chart, histogram with customized class intervals
- Class intervals, including instructions for using Minitab macro on creating class intervals
- Scatter plot
- Calculate average growth rate using geometric mean
Contact: email@example.com l 248.204.4100 l C405
- Assists international students with becoming acclimated to the campus and local area
- Oversees work authorizations and travel documents
- Maintains record of student status
International students may enroll in Curricular Practical Training where required by their academic program, or participate in Optional Practical Training subject to rules established by the Office of International Programs and the Office of Career Services.
Students wishing to enroll in Curricular Practical Training must complete the form provided by the Office of International Students and have their academic adviser fill out the appropriate portion of the CPT Application Form. The student completes the student portion of the CPT Application Form and submits the completed form the Office of International Students. Students wishing to participate in Optional Practical Training must complete the appropriate forms, obtain required information from their academic adviser, and submit the forms and other documents to the Office of International Students.
College of Business and Information Technology students can request assistance from their academic adviser, their Academic Program Director, or from our Student Relationship Management team. Please see the Office of International Students web page for complete information on CPT or OPT requirements. Students are responsible for securing their CPT or OPT experiences, and are encouraged to work with the Office of Career Services to identify prospective employers.
MIS6231 or MIS6241 (Practical Training I and II)
- The duration of each course can be no more than 180 days.
- Students must provide an initial job description and a description of how this position relates to your career after graduation.
- Students must submit a monthly report describing job related activities and how those activities provide learning that will be useful in their future career.
- Students must submit an End of Directed Practical Training report, which expands on the content of monthly reports. The final report is due within 30 days of the end of the semester or the Practical Training, whichever is later. Failure to provide the Final Report will result in a grade of "F." The duration of the course, with any extensions, may not exceed 180 days.
- All correspondence and reports can be communicated via email.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org l 248.204.4100 l C405
- Provides individual counseling and psychotherapy for: depression, anxiety, stress management, relationship issues, cultural adjustment, substance use, family conflict, academic concerns, organizational and time management, grieving and personal loss, emotional trauma and other concerns the student may be facing
Contact: Emergency – 248.356.1165 (or 911) l Non-Emergency – 248.204.3945
- Motorist assistance for any vehicle parked on campus
- Safety escorts to your vehicle
- Lost and Found
Contact: email@example.com l 248.204.2280 l C304
Lawrence Tech’s student identification card combines photo with a magnetic strip/bar code and a cash debit option that allows students to load their card with Café Cash, which can be spent at the Blue Devil Café and the Einstein Bros. Bagels in the atrium of the Buell Building. The ID card also serves as the student’s library card and should be presented at the circulation desk when checking out books or using the Reserve Desk. Furthermore, the ID card is required to enter residence halls.
Instructions for applying for a card are provided to new students during orientation. There is a $10 replacement charge for lost ID cards. Replacement ID cards must be purchased at the DTE Energy One Stop Center. If an ID card is damaged and needs to be replaced, the student must present it to the One Stop Center to have the replacement charge waived.
Lawrence Tech students can obtain their ID card from the DTE Energy One Stop Center in the Taubman Student Services Center during normal business hours. The One Stop Center will immediately take a photo and issue an ID card.
All off-campus students who are unable to come into the main campus during regular office hours may obtain their student ID card by emailing the following materials to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- A .jpg image of the student. The picture must depict the shoulders and head of the student.
- An image of a form of official picture identification containing the name of the student such as a driver’s license, passport, or passport card.
- The standard mailing address of the student. Student ID cards are mailed using standard mail unless other arrangements are made.
Students are required to have their Lawrence Tech identification card on them at all times when on University property. Students who do not have their Lawrence Tech identification card must produce some form of suitable picture identification when requested to do so by a Campus Safety officer or University official, otherwise the student must immediately leave University property. Failure or refusal to produce a Lawrence Tech identification card will result in a University violation notice.
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