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Through exceptional business education, we help student become successful professionals who build our community.
Core Themes - (University Alignment: Student Success, Engagement, Inclusivity, and Seriousness)
Woodbury School of Business
Dean: Dr. Norman S. Wright
Administrative Support: Dixie Maughan
Associate Dean: Dr. Jacob Sybrowsky
The Woodbury School of Business was reaccredited with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools (AACSB) Accreditation in fall 2011. AACSB International Business accreditation is an achievement earned only by programs of the highest caliber. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review.
Students choosing to pursue majors in the Woodbury School of Business should decide early, plan their schedules carefully, be aware of all the requirements, and stay informed about any changes by checking often with advisors in the Woodbury School of Business Advisement Center.
Accessibility to Courses
All 1000- and 2000-level business courses are open to all UVU students along with selected 3000- and 4000-level courses. Some courses have prerequisites, which must be satisfied. No more than 9 credits of upper-division courses can be taken before a student has been formally matriculated into the UVU Woodbury School of Business.
Repeating Failed Foundation Core Courses
Each business major has foundation core courses. A student will be allowed to repeat a failed foundation core course only twice. If the foundation core course is not passed with a minimum grade of “C-” after the third retake, the student will not be allowed to apply for advanced standing (matriculation) toward a degree in one of the Woodbury School of Business majors.
Business Computer Proficiency Exam
Most of the degrees offered in the Woodbury School of Business require the student to demonstrate business computer proficiency. Students pursuing most bachelor degrees must complete this proficiency requirement before they can be matriculated. This proficiency can be attained by completing the Business Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent or higher or completing DGM 2010 with a score of 80 percent or higher. The prerequisite for DGM 2010 is DGM 1010. The test for DGM 1010 is available at the testing center.
See the individual departmental sections in the catalog that follow this Woodbury School of Business section for specific requirements on each degree offered by the individual departments.
The Associate in Science Woodbury School of Business transfer degree is available for students planning to transfer to another college or university in Utah, or it can be completed by students seeking a BS degree at UVU.
The Woodbury School of Business Advisement Center provides one-on-one advising throughout a student’s program. Information regarding transfer programs is readily available by contacting departmental advisors in WB 257 of the Woodbury Business Building. Each student should make an appointment to see a Woodbury School of Business advisor early in his/her first semester on campus.