Graduate Business Program Policies and Procedures
University graduate students are subject to the University general policies and procedures for all graduate programs as outlined in the graduate catalog. Students matriculated in graduate business programs are subject to the policies and any prerequisites required for BA500 and BA600 level courses. See course descriptions for prerequisites. The following graduate business policies are mandatory and part of the general policy and procedures of graduate programs.
- Students must maintain a "B" or better to remain in good academic standing.
- Students must be in good academic standing (3.0) and have completed four courses within the program to be eligible for international travel.
- Students must complete all degree requirements including international travel experiences prior to enrollment in capstone course, BA695 Global Strategic Management.
- Students must earn a "B" or better in the capstone course, BA695 Global Strategic Management.
MBA Student Policy Handbook
Each student is responsible for being thoroughly familiar with all policies and procedures outlined in the MBA Student Policy Handbook. Policies and procedures for students in graduate business programs are devised to safeguard the integrity of the degree or certificate granted, to facilitate the student's progress toward the degree, and to prevent delays and misunderstandings.
A student who is admitted conditionally is closely monitored by the program administration. In addition to fulfilling the program-specific requirements, they must successfully complete two business fundamental courses—BA500 and BA502— prior to the commencement of the first core MBA course for a particular cohort. The program administration reserves the right to recommend and/or require additional coursework in accounting, economics, finance and quantitative analysis where an applicant's background is deemed insufficient in these core business foundations.