7.1 Bachelor of Commerce
These regulations apply to the Bachelor of Commerce program. For the Diploma in Business Administration see Continuance Regulations for the Diploma in Business Administration. For the Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative) see Promotion Regulations for the Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative).
In addition to meeting the Promotion Regulations for the Faculty of Business Administration, all students must meet the general academic regulations (Undergraduate). For further information refer to the University Regulations (Undergraduate), General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate).
A Bachelor of Commerce student must qualify for continuance after each term of study beyond Business One. To meet continuance, a student must have an overall average of at least 60% over the last 30 credit hours of courses taken. In the event that the student has more courses than needed in the earliest term used, the 30 credit hours of courses with the highest grades in that term will be used in the calculation.
A student who fails to achieve the standards outlined in 1. above will be required to withdraw from the program. A student may be considered for readmission after a lapse of one semester. In order to be considered for readmission, a student must formally apply for readmission.
A status of required to withdraw will be reflected on a student's transcript.
A student who is required to withdraw from the program for a second time is not eligible for readmission into the program.