UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS : UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX SCHOOL OF BUSINESS - UNDERGRADUATE

UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX SCHOOL OF BUSINESS - UNDERGRADUATE
The Bachelor of Science in Business
The following Bachelor of Science in Business (BSB) program is approved to be offered at these University of Phoenix campus locations: Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Columbus Ohio. While widely available, not all programs and concentrations are available in all states and modalities. Portions of certain programs may need to be completed in an Online classroom at Online rates. Check with your local campus.
The Bachelor of Science in Business (BSB) undergraduate degree program is designed to prepare graduates with the requisite knowledge, skills, and values to effectively apply various business principles and tools in an organizational setting. The BSB foundation is designed to bridge the gap between theory and practical application, while examining the areas of accounting, critical thinking and decision-making, finance, business law, management, marketing, organizational behavior, research and evaluation, and technology. Students are required to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the undergraduate business curricula through an integrated topics course.
Courses requiring prerequisites are identified by a ~ symbol following the course number.
BSB Program Requirements
GEN 300 3 credits
Skills for Professional Development
ECO 212 ~ 3 credits
Principles of Economics
BIS 219 ~ 3 credits
Business Information Systems
MGT 216 ~ 3 credits
Organizational Ethics and Social Responsibility
ACC 280 ~ 3 credits
Principles of Accounting
COM 285 ~ 3 credits
Business Communications
MGT 330 ~ 3 credits
Management Theory, Practice, and Application
MGT 307 ~ 3 credits
Organizational Behavior and Group Dynamics
MGT 350 ~ 3 credits
Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision Making
RES 341 ~ 3 credits
Research and Evaluation I
RES 342 ~ 3 credits
Research and Evaluation II
FIN 370 ~ 3 credits
Finance for Business
BUS 415 ~ 3 credits
Business Law
MKT 421 ~ 3 credits
Marketing
BUS 475 ~ 3 credits
Integrated Business Topics
Concentration in Accounting
ACC 281 ~ 3 credits
Accounting Transaction Analysis
ACC 349 ~ 3 credits
Cost Accounting
ACC 421 ~ 3 credits
Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACC 422 ~ 3 credits
Intermediate Financial Accounting II
ACC 423 ~ 3 credits
Intermediate Financial Accounting III
ACC 490 ~ 3 credits
Auditing
The BSB/ACC may not educationally qualify graduates to sit for the CPA exam in some states. To the extent that a student intends to sit for the CPA examination, the student should consult with the applicable board of examiners in the state or states in which the individual intends to sit for the examination to determine the precise educational and other requirements, including the acceptability of the University's BSB/ACC.
Concentration in Administration
MGT 437 ~ 3 credits
Project Management
ACC 400 ~ 3 credits
Accounting for Decision Making
FIN 419 ~ 3 credits
Finance for Decision Making
ECO 415 ~ 3 credits
Applied Economics in Business
ISCOM 305 ~ 3 credits
Systems Operations Management
MGT 488 ~ 3 credits
Strategic Business Management and Planning
Concentration in Communications
COM 310 ~ 3 credits
Communications Theories and Practice
BCOM 405 ~ 3 credits
Communications Law and Ethics
BCOM 475 ~ 3 credits
Strategic Business Communication
Students in the Communications Concentration must choose 9 total credits from the following COM electives:
COM 330 ~ 3 credits
Small Groups and Team Communication
COM 340 ~ 3 credits
Mass Communication
COM 350 ~ 3 credits
Organizational Communication
COM 360 ~ 3 credits
Intercultural Communication
COM 400 ~ 3 credits
Media and Society
COM 470 ~ 3 credits
Mediation & Conflict Resolution
BCOM 426 ~ 3 credits
Media and Advertising
MKT 438 ~ 3 credits
Public Relations
Concentration in E-Business
EBUS 400 ~ 3 credits
E-Business
EBUS 410 ~ 3 credits
E-Business Management I
EBUS 420 ~ 3 credits
E-Business Management II
Students in the E-Business Concentration must choose 9 total credits from the following EBUS electives:
BIS 375 ~ 3 credits
Supply Chain Information Management in Online Environments
BRM 440 ~ 3 credits
Online Retailing
MKT 455 ~ 3 credits
Internet Marketing
MGT 437 ~ 3 credits
Project Management
EBUS 405 ~ 3 credits
E-Business Technologies
EBUS 430 ~ 3 credits
E-Business Cases
Concentration in Finance
FIN 366 ~ 3 credits
Financial Institutions
FIN 415 ~ 3 credits
Corporate Risk Management
FIN 419 ~ 3 credits
Finance for Decision Making
FIN 486 ~ 3 credits
Strategic Financial Management
Students in the Finance Concentration must choose 6 total credits from the following FIN electives:
FIN 375 ~ 3 credits
Financial Management in the Small Business
FIN 380 ~ 3 credits
Financial Management of Non-Profit Organizations
FIN 385 ~ 3 credits
Government Finance
FIN 402 ~ 3 credits
Investment Fundamentals & Portfolio Management
FIN 403 ~ 3 credits
Global Finance
FIN 410 ~ 3 credits
Working Capital Management
FIN 420 ~ 3 credits
Personal Financial Planning
FIN 444 ~ 3 credits
Mergers, Acquisitions, and Corporate Restructuring
FIN 467 ~ 3 credits
Real Estate Investment
Concentration in Global Business Management
GBM 380 ~ 3 credits
Global Business
GBM 381 ~ 3 credits
International Trade
GBM 489 ~ 3 credits
Strategic Topics in Global Business Management
Students in the Global Business Management Concentration must choose 9 total credits from the following GBM electives:
MKT 450 ~ 3 credits
International Marketing
FIN 403 ~ 3 credits
Global Finance
HRM 350 ~ 3 credits
International Human Resource Management
ISCOM 383 ~ 3 credits
Global Value Chain Management
OI 312 ~ 3 credits
Global Innovation
GBM 376 ~ 3 credits
Geopolitical Issues in Global Business
BUS 430 ~ 3 credits
International Business Law
Concentration in Hospitality Management
HM 370 ~ 3 credits
Hospitality Management
HRM 300 ~ 3 credits
Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
HM 475 ~ 3 credits
Hospitality Decision Analysis
Students in the Hospitality Management Concentration must choose 9 total credits from the following HM electives:
MGT 371 ~ 3 credits
Lodging Management
MGT 372 ~ 3 credits
Food and Beverage Management
MGT 373 ~ 3 credits
Events and Recreation Management
MGT 374 ~ 3 credits
Facilities Management
BIS 303 ~ 3 credits
Managing Information Technology in the Hospitality Industry
HM 301 ~ 3 credits
Ethics and Professional Responsibility in Hospitality Management
HM 322 ~ 3 credits
Gaming Management
MGT 314 ~ 3 credits
Hospitality Entrepreneurship
BUS 411 ~ 3 credits
The Legal Environment of Hospitality Management
HM 486 ~ 3 credits
Trends and Emerging Issues in Hospitality
HRM 457 ~ 3 credits
Advanced Topics in Human Resource Management for Hospitality
MKT 444 ~ 3 credits
Hospitality Marketing
MGT 455 ~ 3 credits
Risk Management in the Hospitality Industry
Concentration in Information Systems
BIS 303 ~ 3 credits
Managing Information Technology in the Hospitality Industry
BIS 318 ~ 3 credits
Technology in Retail Management
ACC 340 ~ 3 credits
Accounting Information Systems I
BIS 375 ~ 3 credits
Supply Chain Information Management in Online Environments
Students in the Information Systems Concentration must choose 6 total credits from the following IS electives:
BSA 375 ~ 3 credits
Fundamentals of Business Systems Development
NTC 360 ~ 3 credits
Network and Telecommunication Concepts
MGT 437 ~ 3 credits
Project Management
EBUS 405 ~ 3 credits
E-Business Technologies
Concentration in Integrated Supply Chain and Operations Management
ISCOM 305 ~ 3 credits
Systems Operations Management
ISCOM 424 ~ 3 credits
End-to-End Supply Chain Management
ISCOM 476 ~ 3 credits
Integrated Supply Chain Applications
Students in the Integrated Supply Chain and Operations Management Concentration must choose 9 total credits from the following ISCOM electives:
ISCOM 352 ~ 3 credits
Logistics Management
ISCOM 361 ~ 3 credits
Purchasing and Procurement
ISCOM 370 ~ 3 credits
Strategic Supply Chain Management
ISCOM 373 ~ 3 credits
Global Sourcing and Procurement
ISCOM 374 ~ 3 credits
Integrated Logistics Management
BIS 375 ~ 3 credits
Supply Chain Information Management in Online Environments
ISCOM 386 ~ 3 credits
Service Operations Management
MKT 414 ~ 3 credits
Supply Chain Manufacturing and Marketing
MGT 420 ~ 3 credits
Managing Quality in the Supply Chain
ISCOM 472 ~ 3 credits
Lean Enterprise
BUS 488 ~ 3 credits
Business Law in Supply Chain Management
ISCOM 383 ~ 3 credits
Global Value Chain Management
Concentration in Marketing
MKT 438 ~ 3 credits
Public Relations
MKT 441 ~ 3 credits
Marketing Research
MKT 498 ~ 3 credits
Integrated Marketing Strategies
Students in the Marketing Concentration must choose 9 total credits from the following MKT electives:
BCOM 426 ~ 3 credits
Media and Advertising
MKT 411 ~ 3 credits
Green Marketing
MKT 431 ~ 3 credits
Small Business Marketing
MKT 435 ~ 3 credits
Consumer Behavior
MKT 445 ~ 3 credits
Sales Tools and Strategies
MKT 447 ~ 3 credits
Advertising and Creative Strategy
MKT 450 ~ 3 credits
International Marketing
MKT 453 ~ 3 credits
Product Development
MKT 455 ~ 3 credits
Internet Marketing
Concentration in Organizational Innovation
OI 361 ~ 3 credits
Innovation, Design, and Creativity for a Competitive Advantage
OI 363 ~ 3 credits
The Innovative Organization
OI 365 ~ 3 credits
Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital
OI 466 ~ 3 credits
Organizational Innovation Integrated Project
Students in the Organizational Innovation Concentration must choose 6 total credits from the following OI electives:
OI 362 ~ 3 credits
Business Management and the Principles of Design
OI 364 ~ 3 credits
Disruptive Business Practices: Management and Technology
MGT 380 ~ 3 credits
Organizational Change Management
MGT 411 ~ 3 credits
Innovative and Creative Business Thinking
OI 312 ~ 3 credits
Global Innovation
Concentration in Management
MGT 431 ~ 3 credits
Human Resources Management
MGT 445 ~ 3 credits
Organizational Negotiations
MGT 448 ~ 3 credits
Global Business Strategies
MGT 449 ~ 3 credits
Quality Management and Productivity
MGT 498 ~ 3 credits
Strategic Management
Students in the Management Concentration must choose 3 total credits from the following MGT electives:
MGT 308 ~ 3 credits
Managing Diversity
MGT 309 ~ 3 credits
Organizational Development
MGT 317 ~ 3 credits
Critical Skills in Management
MGT 360 ~ 3 credits
Green and Sustainable Enterprise Management
MGT 380 ~ 3 credits
Organizational Change Management
OI 361 ~ 3 credits
Innovation, Design and Creativity for a Competitive Advantage
Concentration in Public Administration
BPA 301 ~ 3 credits
Foundations of Public Administration
BPA 302 ~ 3 credits
Politics and Citizenship: The Public Policy Environment
BPA 303 ~ 3 credits
Public Programs: Implementation and Evaluation in a Dynamic Environment
BPA 406 ~ 3 credits
The Public Leader: Integration and Application
Students in the Public Administration Concentration must choose 6 total credits from the following PA electives:
MGT 434 ~ 3 credits
Employment Law
HRM 330 ~ 3 credits
Human Resources and Labor Relations in Public Service
FIN 390 ~ 3 credits
Public Finance: Sources, Management and Reports
Concentration in Retail Management
BRM 353 ~ 3 credits
Product and Brand Management
MGT 356 ~ 3 credits
Retail Personnel Management
BRM 451 ~ 3 credits
Strategic Retail Management
Students in the Retail Management Concentration must choose 9 total credits from the following RM electives:
BIS 318 ~ 3 credits
Technology in Retail Management
ISCOM 354 ~ 3 credits
Retail Operations: Supply Management
ISCOM 355 ~ 3 credits
Retail Operations: Technology and Finance
MGT 387 ~ 3 credits
Retail Management for Small Business
BUS 418 ~ 3 credits
Retail Pricing Strategies
MGT 425 ~ 3 credits
Employment Law in Retail Management
MKT 435 ~ 3 credits
Consumer Behavior
MKT 438 ~ 3 credits
Public Relations
BRM 440 ~ 3 credits
Online Retailing
MKT 452 ~ 3 credits
Retail Marketing
MKT 455 ~ 3 credits
Internet Marketing
Concentration in Human Resource Management
HRM 300 ~ 3 credits
Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
MGT 434 ~ 3 credits
Employment Law
HRM 498 ~ 3 credits
Strategic Human Resource Management and Emerging Issues
Students in the Human Resource Management Concentration must choose 9 total credits from the following HRM electives:
HRM 310 ~ 3 credits
Change Management
HRM 319 ~ 3 credits
Human Resource Information Systems
HRM 322 ~ 3 credits
Workforce Planning and Employment
HRM 323 ~ 3 credits
Employee Relations
HRM 324 ~ 3 credits
Total Compensation
HRM 326 ~ 3 credits
Employee Development
HRM 350 ~ 3 credits
International Human Resource Management
HRM 360 ~ 3 credits
Sustainable Human Resource Practices
HRM 420 ~ 3 credits
Human Resource Risk Management
HRM 445 ~ 3 credits
Legal Environment of Human Resource Management
Concentration in Green & Sustainable Enterprise Management
BUS 304 ~ 3 credits
Survey of Green and Sustainable Business
MGT 360 ~ 3 credits
Green and Sustainable Enterprise Management
BUS 372 ~ 3 credits
Business Sustainability Standards
MGT 470 ~ 3 credits
Sustainable Enterprise Planning
Students in the Green & Sustainable Enterprise Management Concentration must choose 6 total credits from the following SEM electives:
BUS 327 ~ 3 credits
The Sustainable Organization
BUS 360 ~ 3 credits
Corporate and Social Responsibility
ECO 370 ~ 3 credits
Environmental Economics
HRM 360 ~ 3 credits
Sustainable Human Resource Practices
MGT 380 ~ 3 credits
Organizational Change Management
MGT 403 ~ 3 credits
Environmental Management Systems
MKT 411 ~ 3 credits
Green Marketing
Concentration in Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship
MGT 300 ~ 3 credits
Survey of Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship
MGT 401 ~ 3 credits
The Small Business: Structure, Planning and Funding
MGT 418 ~ 3 credits
Evaluating New Business Opportunities
MGT 465 ~ 3 credits
Small Business and Entrepreneurial Planning
Students in the Small Business Management Concentration must choose 6 total credits from the following SBE electives:
LDR 301 ~ 3 credits
Small Business Leadership
MGT 306 ~ 3 credits
Family Business Management
FIN 375 ~ 3 credits
Financial Management in the Small Business
MKT 431 ~ 3 credits
Small Business Marketing
BUS 401 ~ 3 credits
Business Law for Entrepreneurs
ISCOM 422 ~ 3 credits
Operations Management for Small Business
The University reserves the right to modify the required course of study. Please note that within each state, concentration availability may vary by campus location.
Additional Admission Requirements BSB
High school graduation from an institution that holds state approval to confer high school diplomas or are accredited or a candidate for accreditation at the time the student attended by an acceptable accrediting body, GED certificate or CHSPE (California High School Proficiency Examination) certificate.
Degree Requirements for the BSB
Completion of a minimum of 120 credits that include the following distribution:
A minimum of 54 of the 120 credits must be in the general education areas approved by the University.
A minimum of 120 total credits that include a minimum of 42 upper division credits. Students must satisfy all required courses of study and general education requirements. Any remaining credits may be satisfied by elective coursework.
The diploma awarded for this program will read as follows: Bachelor of Science in Business and will not reflect the concentration. Concentrations are reflected on the transcript only.
General Education Requirements for the BSB
A minimum of 54 of the 120 credits must be in the general education areas approved by the University.
Communication Arts Requirement(s) 6 credits
Humanities Requirement(s) 6 credits
Mathematics Requirement(s) 6 credits
Science & Technology Requirement(s) 6 credits
Must include at least three (3) credits in the physical or biological sciences
Social Science Requirement(s) 6 credits
Interdisciplinary Requirement(s) 18 credits
Additional Liberal Arts Requirement(s) 6 credits
Students who lack.67 or fewer general education credits may use interdisciplinary or elective credits to waive the balance. Students must use interdisciplinary or elective credits to waive the general education balance in order to complete the minimum general education credits required for their program.
Academic Progression Requirements for the BSB
All students entering undergraduate degree programs who list less than 24 previous college credits as recognized by the university on the admissions application are required to enroll in the First-Year Sequence.
Students who list 24 or more previous college credits, as recognized by the University on the admissions application, and who do not enroll in the First-Year Sequence, may not enroll in any course from the First-Year Sequence to satisfy programmatic prerequisites, general education or elective requirements.
Students who previously completed GEN 101, GEN 200, or GEN 300 and choose to transition to the First-Year Sequence are not required to take GEN 195.
Students who list 24 or more previous college credits, as recognized by the university on the admissions application, must take GEN 200 Foundations for General Education and Professional Success as the first course with University of Phoenix and are not are required to enroll in the First-Year Sequence.
Many courses in the Required Course of Study build on or reinforce each other. To ensure that students have the requisite skills for specific coursework certain program areas must be satisfied before students can progress to others.
All undergraduate students must satisfy math and English prerequisites prior to enrolling in any course that requires math or English as a prerequisite.
Residency Requirements and Course Waivers for the BSB
Students must meet the established University residency requirement for degree conferral. The University requires that the majority of coursework, 30 credits from a combination of the Required Course of Study, General Education, and Electives must be completed at University of Phoenix.
Students in this program may waive a maximum of 30 credits from their required course of study on the basis of regionally or approved nationally accredited transferable coursework.
In order to be granted a waiver with credit, for a course in the required course of study, the student must have completed a previous course which meets the following criteria:
The course must have been completed at a regionally or approved nationally accredited, or candidate for accreditation, college or university;
The course must have been completed within the past ten (10) years from current program enrollment agreement sign date with a grade of “C” (2.0) or better; and
The course must be comparable in content and credits to the University course it is replacing and must be an equivalent level or higher level course (i.e. graduate level coursework may be used to waive graduate or undergraduate coursework). Course descriptions must be included with the course waiver form in order for the Office of Admissions and Evaluation to review the course waiver request.
Through an approved articulation agreement, students who have successfully completed equivalent courses may waive, without credits, up to thirty (30) credits of the Required Course of Study. Students must substitute other upper division coursework to satisfy the upper division credit requirement of their degree program (each program has specific substitution requirements).This policy also applies to upper division courses which are used to fulfill Associate of Arts degree requirements. In order to be granted a waiver, without credit, for a course in the Required Course of Study, a student must have completed a previous course which meets the following criteria:
The course must have been completed and transcripted from a regionally or nationally accredited institution with which the University of Phoenix has an approved articulation agreement.
The course must have been completed with a grade of “C” (2.0) or better during the effective dates of the approved articulation agreement.
The course must be approved through the articulation agreement and must be comparable in content and credits to the University course it is replacing.
The following courses in the required course of study may not be waived: GEN 300, MGT 350, BUS 475, MGT 465, HRM 498, MGT 470, FIN 486, HM 475, ISCOM/476, MKT 498, OI 476, MGT 498, BCOM 475, BRM 451, BPA 406, GBM 489, MGT 488
Bachelor of Science in Management
The following Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM) program is approved to be offered at these University of Phoenix campus locations: Cincinnati. While widely available, not all programs and concentrations are available in all states and modalities. Portions of certain programs may need to be completed in an Online classroom at Online rates. Check with your local campus.
The Bachelor of Science in Management degree program is designed to develop the professional knowledge and skills of general managers in any organization. It enhances skills necessary for improved organizational effectiveness in a dynamic and evolving workplace. The curriculum focuses on the development of general management principles. It emphasizes skills necessary to align resources and to improve communication, productivity, and effectiveness. Participants are taught how to manage innovation and apply professional skills and knowledge, all within a customer focused atmosphere.
Courses requiring prerequisites are identified by a ~ symbol following the course number.
BSM Required Course of Study
GEN 300 3 credits
Skills for Professional Development
MGT 330 ~ 3 credits
Management: Theory, Practice, & Application
MGT 350 ~ 3 credits
Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision Making
SOC 315 ~ 3 credits
Cultural Diversity
PHL 323 ~ 3 credits
Ethics in Management
RES 320 ~ 3 credits
Foundations of Research
PSY 428 ~ 3 credits
Organizational Psychology
COMM 470 ~ 3 credits
Communicating in the Virtual Workplace
PSY 320 ~ 3 credits
Human Motivation
PSY 430 ~ 3 credits
Team Dynamics for Managers
TEC 401 ~ 3 credits
Human Factors in Technology
FIN 324 ~ 3 credits
Financial Analysis for Managers I
Three Upper Division Electives 3 credits each
GEN 480 ~ 3 credits
Interdisciplinary Capstone Course
The University reserves the right to modify the required course of study.
All BSM students must complete a minimum of 45 upper division credits to include the required course of study. Upper division electives, maybe satisfied with any upper division University of Phoenix, course Prior Learning Credit, transferable course work, or nationally testing credit.
Additional Admission Requirements for the BSM
High school graduation from an institution that holds state approval to confer high school diplomas or are accredited or a candidate for accreditation at the time the student attended by an acceptable accrediting body, GED certificate or CHSPE (California High School Proficiency Examination) certificate.
Degree Requirements for the BSM
The degree requirements for this program are the following:
Completion of a minimum of 120 credits that include the following distribution:
A minimum of 54 credits of the 120 credits must be in the general education areas approved by the University.
General Education Requirements for the BSM
All students must complete 54 general education credits including the foundation courses and general education courses including credits from the following areas as shown:
Communication Arts Requirement(s) 6 credits
Humanities Requirement(s) 6 credits
Mathematics Requirement(s) 6 credits
Science & Technology Requirement(s) 6 credits
Must include at least three credits in the physical or biological sciences
Social Science Requirement(s) 6 credits
Interdisciplinary Requirement(s) 15 credits
Additional Liberal Arts Requirement(s) 3 credits
Professional Development Requirement(s) 3 credits
GEN 300 is completed as part of the required course of study
Integrating Requirement(s) 3 credits
GEN 480 is completed as part of the required course of study
Students who lack .67 or fewer general education credits may use interdisciplinary or elective credits to waive the balance. Students must use interdisciplinary or elective credits to waive the general education balance in order to complete the minimum general education credits required for their program.
For a description of the preceding general education areas, see the Undergraduate Programs section within this catalog.
Academic Progression Requirements for the BSM
All students entering undergraduate degree programs who list less than 24 previous college credits as recognized by the university on the admissions application are required to enroll in the First-Year Sequence.
Students who list 24 or more previous college credits, as recognized by the University on the admissions application, and who do not enroll in the First-Year Sequence, may not enroll in any course from the First-Year Sequence to satisfy programmatic prerequisites, general education or elective requirements.
Students who previously completed GEN 101, GEN 200, or GEN 300 and choose to transition to the First-Year Sequence are not required to take GEN 195.
Students who list 24 or more previous college credits, as recognized by the university on the admissions application, must take GEN 200 Foundations for General Education and Professional Success as the first course with University of Phoenix and are not are required to enroll in the First-Year Sequence.
Many courses in the Required Course of Study build on or reinforce each other. To ensure that students have the requisite skills for specific coursework certain program areas must be satisfied before students can progress to others.
All undergraduate students must satisfy math and English prerequisites prior to enrolling in any course that requires math or English as a prerequisite.
Residency Requirements and Course Waivers for the BSM
Students must meet the established University residency requirement for degree conferral. The University requires that the majority of coursework, 30 credits from a combination of the Required Course of Study, General Education, and Electives must be completed at University of Phoenix.
Credits applied to the Required Course of Study (with the exception of UD electives) will only be applied to the core and cannot count toward General Education totals.
Students in this program may waive, and or be exempted* from, a maximum of nine (9) credits from their required course of study on the basis of regionally or approved nationally accredited transferable coursework (national testing program credit, prior learning credit and military credit may not be used to waive coursework in the Required Course of Study).
In order to be granted a waiver for a course in the required course of study, the student must have completed a previous course which meets the following criteria:
The course must have been completed and transcripted from a regionally or approved nationally accredited institution that meets transfer criteria, or candidate for accreditation, college or university.
The course must have been completed within the past ten years (five years for IS&T courses) from current program enrollment agreement sign date with a grade of “C” (2.0) or better.
The course must be comparable in content and credits to the University course it is replacing and must be an equivalent level or higher level course (i.e. graduate level coursework may be used to waive graduate or undergraduate coursework). Course descriptions must be included with the course waiver form in order for the Office of Admissions and Evaluation to review the course waiver request.
In order to be granted a waiver, without credit, for a course in the Required Course of Study, the student must have completed a previous course which meets the following criteria:
The course must have been completed and transcripted from a regionally or nationally accredited institution in which the University has entered into an approved articulation agreement with.
The course must have been completed with a grade of “C” (2.0) or better during the effective dates of the approved Articulation Agreement.
The course must be comparable in content and credits to the University course it is replacing and be approved through the Articulation Agreement.
The following courses in the required course of study may not be waived: GEN 300, MGT 350, RES 320, PSY430, GEN 480
In order to be granted an exemption* for a course in the required course of study, the student must have completed a previous course which meets the following criteria:
The course must have been completed and transcripted from a regionally or approved nationally accredited institution that meets transfer criteria, or candidate for accreditation, college or university.
The course must have been completed within the past ten years from current program enrollment agreement sign date with a grade of “C” or better.
The course must be a lower division course and comparable in content and credits to the University course it is exempting*.
Students may be exempted* from courses in the required course of study, but must substitute other upper division coursework to satisfy the required course of study (upper division replacement coursework may come from UOPX or other regionally or approved nationally accredited institutions, but Prior Learning Assessment and National testing credit, or coursework that earns general education credit, may not be used).