Specific course requirements are given in the basic programs and in the curricula for the various majors on various pages of this catalog. Modifications of the required program may be made only on the recommendation of the student’s adviser and the approval of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of the College of Business and Public Administration.
Students in the College of Business and Public Administration may count up to 30 hours of credit by examination toward a degree. Specific exceptions to this rule may be approved by the faculty on an individual basis. Credit by examination is confined to examinations for which there are recognized norms. Such credit may not be used for the student’s last 30 hours of work toward the degree.
The College of Business and Public Administration has adopted an Academic Integrity Policy to address academic dishonesty. Copies of this policy are available from the College web site or from the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
The information in this catalog does not constitute a contract between the university and the student. The university reserves the right to make changes in curricula, admission policies and processes, tuition and financial aid, academic standards and guidelines, student services and any other regulations or policies set forth in this catalog without giving prior notice.