POLICIES GOVERNING THE DEGREE PROGRAM
Academic Advisement: Each student is assigned an advisor who is available to assist him/her with the scheduling process or with any other concerns he/she may have.
Degree Requirements: Students in the School of Business are responsible for planning, in cooperation with their advisor, their own programs and for meeting degree requirements. Requests for deviation from School of Business or University requirements may be granted only upon written approval from the Dean of the School of Business, or the Vice President for Academic Affairs, or their respective representatives. In addition to satisfying course requirements, students in the School of Business must complete a senior comprehensive examination.
Transfer Credit Policy: Students who transfer credits from other colleges and universities to substitute for business courses must have these transfer credits approved by the Dean of the School of Business. Kentucky State University's transfer of credits policy and procedures are explained in the Transfer of Credits section of this Catalogue.
Semester Credit Hour Requirements: To satisfy the requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration, a student must complete a minimum of 128 semester credit hours.
Prerequisites: The School of Business follows the procedures as outlined in Sections III.B, III.C, and III.J of the Academic Regulations and Policies portion of this Catalogue. A grade of "C" or better must be earned for a course to be accepted as a prerequisite. Instructors may waive listed prerequisites under exceptional circumstances.
Removal from Major, Minor, or Area of Specialization: The School of Business follows the procedures as outlined in Section XIV.D of the Academic Regulations and Policies portion of this Catalogue. The School of Business defines "attempts" as completing a course with a grade other than an "I," "W," or "AU."