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Advisement for students in the Financial Arts Administration,  Financial Engineering, Corporate Communication, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and Mental Health Counseling graduate programs is provided by members of the faculty. Appointments can be made through the Office of Graduate Studies at 646-312-4490.

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A program of four 9000-level courses (12 credits) is considered the minimum full-time graduate course load. A program load of three 9000-level courses (9 credits) is considered the minimum full-time graduate course load for the following Weissman School of Arts and Sciences programs: MA in Arts Administration; MA in Corporate Communication; MS in Financial Engineering; and MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. A program load of nine (9) credits is considered the minimum full-time graduate course load for Zicklin School of Business MBA and MS students. However, this option is not available to students in the following Zicklin cohort programs: Full-time MBA, Executive MBA, MBA in Healthcare Administration, and Executive MS programs. Six credits is the maximum full-time load each summer session. Registration for credits in excess of these limits will not be permitted without advance approval by the school dean. Generally, 6 to 8 credits is the recommended course load for students working 35 hours or more per week.

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Students may request to transfer up to 12 credits of course work. Of these credits, MBA students may not transfer more than one course (3–4 credits) toward their major, with the exception of MBA in accountancy students, who may transfer up to 14 credits, with no more than two courses (6–8 credits) applied toward the major. MS students may not transfer more than two courses (no more than 8 credits) toward (Is this policy specific to Zicklin programs?  - if so, this should be clear) toward their degree requirements. MPA students may not transfer courses toward their core requirements. Courses must have been completed within five years of a student’s enrollment at Baruch College. All students should consult their appropriate graduate office for advisement.

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Students who interrupt their graduate studies for one or more semesters must file for re-entry at the Registrar’s Office using the following form: Re-entry form  prior to the term in which they plan to return. The six-year time period for completion of the requirements for the master’s degree will be extended no more than two semesters for such nonattendance.

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Students who enroll for courses and find it impossible to continue with one or more of the courses must submit a course resignation form to the Registrar’s Officewithdraw using CUNYfirst self-service. Failure to properly resign properly withdraw from a course will result in an F grade.

Students who withdraw from drop all courses during the refund period (the first three weeks of the fall and spring semesters) must period must file a re re-entry application at the Registrar’s Office; if the total withdrawal . if this occurs during the student’s first semester, the student will need to file a new application with the appropriate office of graduate admissions.The completed resignation application must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office prior to the deadline printed in the Baruch College Academic Calendar, which is included in the Schedule of Classes. Students who have received Stafford Loans or Perkins Loans in the past should consult with a financial aid counselor before resigning from classes. International students should consult with   International students need to obtain approval from the International Student Service Center prior to dropping any course.

Extension of Time Limit For Degree

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A graduate student must file a written application graduation application for the degree in the semester in which all the requirements for the degree will be completed. This application must can be filed at the Registrar’s Office or using the application within CUNYfirst (see Academic Calendar in the Schedule of Classes for due dates). While applications submitted after the deadline for a semester will be processed, the names of degree candidates who submit late applications in the spring semester will not appear in the Commencement Program. A student cannot be recommended for the degree at the close of the semester without having submitted a written an application.

A master’s degree shall normally require a minimum of one academic year of full-time graduate-level study, or its equivalent in part-time study, with an accumulation of not less than 30 semester hours.

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