Staying on Track with the School of Business
A student will be allowed to repeat a failed School of Business course only twice . If the business core, specialization, or elective course is not passed with a minimum grade of "C-" after the second retake ("C+" for Paralegal Studies majors), the student will be dropped from the School of Business program.
School of Business credit or business transfer credit earned more than ten years earlier than the proposed date of graduation (5 years for business computer proficiency) may not be accepted toward requirements for graduation unless validated through taking a challenge examination, completing the next course in a related sequence with a grade of "C" or better, or receiving department chair and assistant dean approval.
School of Business students must complete the computer proficiency requirements by taking the class DGM 2010.
- "Advanced Standing" (matriculation) is not automatic.
- Students are limited to 15 hours of upper-division credit until MATRICULATION (advanced standing) is completed.
- After grades are posted for designated class(es), students can schedule an appointment with their business advisor to complete the matriculation form.
- Schedule an appointment with your advisor to complete the graduation form.
Fall Semester Deadline--First Friday in October
Spring Semester Deadline--First Friday in February
Summer Semester Deadline--First Friday in June
Internship: A career-oriented part-time position with an employer to provide real-time work and employment experience and evaluate possible student career objectives in a designated field of learning and employment application. Applied experience in a possible career anticipating long-term employment in that field of study after obtaining an Associate in Arts/Science or Bachelor Degree in a degreed field of study offered by Utah Valley University.
See your School of Business co-op manager for specific details.