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The MIAGE program is designed to be completed in two years. Suggested programs of study can be found on the Current Student page under MIAGE Coursework. Students are welcome to study part-time and are encouraged to work with the Program Manager to design a program of study that best fits their needs.

New and continuing students register for classes during their scheduled registration time. Check your registration appointment (date and time) by accessing the Campus Information System (CIS) and clicking on "View Your Registration Dates." It is highly recommended that students register as close to their appointment time as possible. Classes do fill up, and there is no guarantee an instructor will be able to allow more students into the course.

Class schedules are available on the University website. This is your source with the most up-to-date course information. A list of possible electives is prepared by the department prior to the publication of the class schedule and is designed to give you an idea of what types of classes are offered across campus that are a good fit for MIAGE students. You can find this elective list and the elective lists from previous semesters on the Current Student page under MIAGE Coursework. Most graduate courses are offered once a year. Reviewing the fall, spring and summer elective lists can be useful in planning your course of study.


Registering for a restricted class:

Frequently classes require permission codes for students outside of the department. You can gain a permission code either from the department administrator or the professor. The catalog will provide their contact information. If a class is already full and the class is not set up with a waitlist, contact the course instructor. If the instructor determines that space is available, the instructor can issue a permission number to register for the class.

Registering for a law class:

First semester graduate students are restricted from taking law classes. MIAGE students who have successfully completed one semester can be added to a law class by using the Non-Law Student Registration Request. Adding a law class requires instructor consent and the completed form will be sent to Law Registrar, Lynna Shrewsbury:, 801-581-7475. Students enrolled in law classes should notify the MIAGE Program Manager so that she can work with Income Accounting to make sure your tuition is correct.

Need help?

MIAGE Advising: MIAGE Program Manager, Beth Henke

Career Advising: Career and Professional Development Center, Cathy Tingstrom

Internships: Hinckley Institute of Politics 

Funding: University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid

Tuition Payment & Correcting Registration Holds: Income Accounting and Student Loan Services

Other Registration Issues: Office of the Registrar

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Last Updated: 3/26/20