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Requirements and Policies for Bachelor degree

Requirements and Policies for Bachelor degree

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Requirements and Policies for Bachelor degree

 

 
1.      Program Requirements:
A total of 128 credits are required for graduation, which include 84 required course credits, 32 elective course credits, and 12 common course credits.
 
2.      Program Restrictions:
(1) Continuing Education Business Program course credits cannot be counted toward the program’s required course credits.
(2) Unless authorized by the department director, students cannot enroll in more than 25 credits each semester. First, second, and third year students should enroll in a minimum of 12 credits each semester. Fourth year students should enroll in a minimum of 9 credits each semester.
(3) For second year students, military training courses are classified as elective courses; two credits are awarded per semester, of which one credit is counted toward the student’s degree.
(4) For third and fourth year students, physical education courses are classified as elective courses; one credit is awarded per semester and is counted toward the student’s degree.
(5) Common course credits shall be awarded in accordance with relevant school regulations. Except for the Law and Economics Program, excess credits will not be counted toward the student’s degree.
(6) At least one of the department’s elective courses should be taken each semester.
 
3.      Regulation for Transferring Credits:
(1) Students must fill out the application form and submit it to the department office before the deadline.
(2) Regulations:
i.                    Credits will not be transferred for courses with different names.
ii.                  Credits for a transferred course cannot exceed the number of credits for the corresponding course offered by this program.
iii.               Credits will not be transferred if the number of credits for a particular semester-long course offered at the original school is less than the number of credits for the same course offered by this program. Credits will only be transferred for the first semester if the number of credits for a particular year-long course offered at the original school is less than the number of credits for the same course offered by this program. In addition, the transferring student must retake the second half of the course in our department.
iv.                Elective course credits cannot be transferred as required course credits.
v.                 Credits for the required Principles of Economics, Microeconomics, and Macroeconomics, will only be transferred if the transferring student obtains a score of 60 points or higher on the corresponding course’s transfer exam.
vi.                If a third year transfer students obtains a score of 60 points or higher on either the Microeconomics or Macroeconomics transfer exam, credits for Principles of Economics will automatically be transferred.
vii.              For non-required professional course credits, credits can be transferred if the transferring student obtained a grade of 70 points or higher at his/her original school or obtains a score of 60 points or higher on the corresponding course’s transfer exam.
viii.     For elective courses, credits will be transferred only if the transferring student passed the course at his/her original school.