MBA RWANDAN ONLINE STUDENT HANDBOOK. Oklahoma Christian University Graduate School of Business

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1 MBA RWANDAN ONLINE STUDENT HANDBOOK Oklahoma Christian University Graduate School of Business Our Community Values As a community, we are governed first and foremost by a desire to glorify God. Our values, standards, policies and procedures are derived from a desire to make Oklahoma Christian University an environment in which each member of the community can grow spiritually, intellectually and socially. We stand on unshakable pillars of truth, and we hold forth the following as our highest values. We will Glorify God, Christ and the Holy Spirit in every area of life. Affirm the Bible as the inspired, inerrant and sufficient revelation from God. Strengthen and serve the church. Develop personal Christian faith. Relate to one another in unity with justice, respect and love. Encourage a spirit of ministry and service. Uphold Christian standards of behavior. Champion the truths of Christianity while encouraging free investigation in every scholarly pursuit. We are called to pursue excellence individually and as a university. This pursuit is an evolutionary process. Oklahoma Christian University does not expect students to be perfect but to strive to act honorably and to model a Christian spirit. Student Declaration

2 By enrolling in Oklahoma Christian University, the student declares that he or she is in accordance with the values and standards of the university and will with integrity live according to these values and standards. This student handbook serves to acquaint students with the spiritual, educational and social opportunities available and defines our Code of Conduct. All values and standards of behavior herein constitute the Code of Conduct. MBA Mission: Core Values The mission of the Graduate School of Business is to transform lives for Christian faith, scholarship, and service. Our goal is to build a community of lifelong relationships upon frameworks of timely business education and foundations of timeless values. To accomplish our mission, we cultivate relationships among the college s current and former students, its business partners and the university. We provide a rich, integrative learning experience that fosters creative thinking and ingenuity. We graduate people of character, integrity, competence and knowledge. The MBA Program The MBA at Oklahoma Christian University is an accelerated 36 hour credit graduate program. Our Rwandan students take all of their MBA classes online utilizing the delivery platform Blackboard (Bb). Unless they choose to slow down the pace of their studies, our Rwandan graduate students will stay with the same group or cohort through all their core courses. During the summer semester (May through August), students will take their elective courses with other students (Rwandan and non-rwandan) in the MBA program. Academic, Special Interest & Professional Organizations MBA students qualify for membership in Delta Mu Delta in their last semester of studies. Students must have maintained a 3.25 GPA, and must be in the top 20% of the overall MBA program s graduating class. Delta Mu Delta is an honor society recognizing the top business students. ID Cards ID cards are provided for security purposes while utilizing the 2

3 facilities at the Telecom House. Photos will be taken and then submitted to the OC Information Technology Department on the Oklahoma campus. The student ID card will be produced and sent back to Rwanda for distribution to the students. Network Services The campus network account provides access to the following network services for students: Internet Services ( , World Wide Web, etc.) my OC (Campus Portal) Software Applications (Microsoft Office, etc.) Network and Accounts Oklahoma Christian University provides a network access account to students when they enroll. Your login name will generally be in the form firstname.lastname as it appears on your student ID. You will select your password when creating your OC account during the admissions process. Students should never allow others to use their login name or password. Students' addresses will be based on this login name. The complete address will generally be Introductory Statement on Technology Use Oklahoma Christian educates students in a community where Christian principles and the liberal arts create purposeful lives of leadership and service. We are obligated to use all of our resources to their full potential. Technology is one of the many resources available to students, faculty, and staff at OC. It should be used to meet the following needs: 1 To provide tools for instruction and use of computer skills 2 To allow efficient completion of class assignments and to foster development of curriculum and learning aids for all areas of study 3 To assist in research and study 4 To afford a means of communication throughout the campus community and with others around the world. Use of technology at Oklahoma Christian is subject to compliance with the Acceptable Use Policy and other policies found at the following location: Access from Off Campus Access to campus network resources is also available to off-campus 3

4 students via a Virtual Private Network (VPN). For information on requirements and setup instructions, use Technical Customer Service The Information Technology Services department stands ready to serve students in any way possible. Students will also find current and helpful information at Academics Class Attendance Regular class attendance is required. Attendance in an online course is accomplished by logging into the Blackboard course each week and completing that module s assignments. When traveling where there is no internet connectivity, the student will ideally notify the instructor prior to departing on his or her travels. When absence from a class becomes necessary, it is the responsibility of the student to inform the instructor prior to the absence whenever possible. Because classes are only seven weeks in duration, one excused absence may be allowed if all work is made up to the satisfaction of the instructor. The student is responsible for the subsequent completion of all study missed during an absence. Any instruction missed and not subsequently completed will necessarily affect the grade of the student regardless of the reason for the absence. Two or more missed classes must be coordinated with, and have the approval of the instructor, the GSB Chair, and any student team involved (group work if required). Missed classes are grounds for suspension. Announcements From time to time, the Chair or the university administration will announce weather events affecting classes conducted in Oklahoma. Other mass ing or notices on Blackboard s MBA Central may involve specific Oklahoma employers wanting to hire local MBA students. During the months of March, April, and May, classes may be temporarily disrupted due to nearby tornado warnings. In December, January, and February, we may experience ice storms which at times causes hazardous driving conditions and closes our campus. Please be advised when you read of these on campus class delays, your online courses will for the most part be unaffected. Academic Good Standing In order to be considered in good standing, a student must maintain a 4

5 3.0 (B) cumulative grade point average. All students will have an academic status check at the end of each semester. Those who are not in good standing will receive notification of their status. MBA students are allowed two grades of C in their courses. A student receiving a third C will repeat one of the courses to improve his or her grade to B or better. Academic Alert If a student s GPA for any semester falls below the level of good standing, he or she will be notified and placed on academic alert. Academic Probation If both a student s current GPA for a term and cumulative GPA fall below the required level for good standing, he or she will be placed on academic probation. After one semester of academic probation, a student may not be allowed to continue in school without permission from the Registrar. Academic Suspension When a student has completed one semester on academic probation without achieving the level of good standing, the student will be suspended. Appeals of suspension should be addressed to the Registrar, who will present the case to the Academic Appeals Committee for a decision. A suspended student may be readmitted only one time, and the readmitted student must attain a 3.00 GPA each semester while on probation. The student will be removed from probation only when a cumulative GPA of 3.00 has been reached. The university may suspend or dismiss any student who fails to earn a GPA of at least 2.50 during a semester. The university may suspend or dismiss any student who fails to earn a GPA of at least 2.50 during a semester. Academic Appeals A student who has a problem with a teacher or disagrees with a course grade should go directly to the teacher to share the concern or complaint within two weeks of final grades. If the meeting with the teacher does not resolve the issue, the student can appeal to the program chair within a month of the occurrence or grade report. The appeal should include a written description of the circumstances as understood by the student. Two copies of the written report should be given to the chair in a private 5

6 interview. Normally, the chair will follow up by discussing the complaint with the teacher and other students where appropriate. After careful review, the chair has two options. The chair may either (1) make the decision and explain it to the student and teacher or (2) if the matter is considered sufficiently serious or complex, the chair may take the matter to the dean for a decision. If the chair chooses option one, and if the student is not satisfied that the chair s decision is fair and just, the student can appeal to the dean for a review and decision. This third appeal should be made by the student within a week of the notification of decision by the chair. The appeal to the dean should include a written description of the circumstances as understood by the student. Two copies of the written report should be given to the dean in a private interview. Normally, the dean will follow up by discussing the complaint with the teacher, chair, and other students where appropriate. After careful review, the dean has two options. The dean may either (1) make the decision and explain it to the student and teacher or (2) if the dean considers the matter sufficiently serious or complex, the dean may take the matter to the Academic Appeals Committee for a decision. If the dean chooses option one, and if the student is not satisfied that the dean s decision is fair and just, the student can appeal to the Academic Appeals Committee for a review and decision. The decision of the Academic Appeals Committee is final and will be reported to the involved parties by the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Academic Honesty When a student presents an assignment or an examination which is not the student's work, he or she is at variance with the purposes of Oklahoma Christian University. Seeking a false grade is completely out of harmony with the scriptural principles which the university seeks to uphold, and the means used to attain this end are dishonest. The person who submits an assignment as his or hers when another has done the work lies about the work being his or hers and steals from himself or herself both the opportunity to develop and the money paid to have that opportunity. 6

7 The student who looks on another's paper for information on an examination or who smuggles into the examination room a source of information to use during the examination again lies about the test paper being his or her work and forms the habit of seeking dishonest short-cuts to attain his or her ends. The act of cheating is wrong, but, like other sins, it develops an attitude of disrespect for the use of suitable means to attain the proper ends. For these reasons, the faculty has adopted the following policy of academic honesty: At the opening session of the class, the instructor should make clear to the students the requirements in the course, including what will constitute violation of honesty. Of course, copying from others or using unauthorized materials on an examination and submitting work not his or her own are dishonest. The extent to which students may work together on assignments should be made clear, and it should be stressed that the one who gives unauthorized assistance on examinations or homework is guilty of dishonesty as is the one who receives it. All reasonable precautions to remove the temptation to cheat should be taken. Included in the precautions is the use of Turnitin.com. The penalty for dishonesty in any form will be as follows: 1. On the first offense, the student will receive a "0" for the examination or assignment. 2. On the second offense in the same class, the student will receive an "F" in the course. The offense will be reported to the Vice President of Academic Affairs. 3. If the student receives an "F" in two courses for cheating, he or she has committed a serious breach of trust and will meet with the Chair regarding appropriate disciplinary action. Add/Drop Policy A student may add, drop, or register for courses during the add/drop period of the semester or session. A student may not enter a new class after the second week of the class. Exceptions to this policy will be considered on the merits of the individual case and must receive the approval of the GSB Associate Director. 7

8 Course Transfer Students may substitute equivalent or more sophisticated courses in the same field with the approval of the GSB Chair, provided they can adequately support their claim through transcripts or other verifiable means. The MBA program will accept up to six hours of graduate transfer credit if the classes are considered equivalent by the GSB Chair and if a grade of B or greater was obtained. Coursework counted toward another degree or completed more than seven years ago are not eligible for transfer consideration. Student Information Release Information from student records cannot be released (with very limited lawful exceptions) except to the student who may authorize release. Employees of the college may have access to student records when acting in the student's educational interest and within the limitations of their need to know. Students have the right to inspect, review, and challenge the information contained in their records. The college reserves the right to arrange mutually convenient appointments for student inspection of records and to impose reasonable charges for copies should they be requested. Withdrawal and Refund Policy If the withdrawal date is after the first day of class, a 100% tuition refund will be made. If the withdrawal date is after the second class meeting, a 50% tuition refund will be made. If the withdrawal date is after the third class, no tuition refunds will be made. The MBA Admission fee is non-refundable. Policy on Sexual Assault Sexual Misconduct Oklahoma Christian University will neither tolerate nor condone any form of sexual misconduct. This includes, but is not limited to, rape (including date or acquaintance rape) or sexual assault. In instances where there is reason to believe that university policy prohibiting sexual misconduct has been violated; the university will pursue disciplinary action. A victim of sexual misconduct may elect to pursue the concern through the criminal justice system, as well as the university s student conduct system. University sanctions may include warnings, probation, restrictions, suspension or dismissal. 8

9 Sexual assault is defined as having sexual contact or sexual intercourse with another person without consent of that person. Consent is defined as positive cooperation due to an exercise of free will. Additional Information Additional information on the following subjects is available on the MyOC website. Sexual Assault Disciplinary Procedures in Cases of Sexual Misconduct Programs and Services for Victims Policy on Sexual Harassment Policy Statement Prohibitions Informal Resolution Procedures Formal Complaint Resolution Time Frame for Reporting Complaints Investigation Opportunity To Be Heard Determination Appeals Sanctions False Accusations Code of Conduct and Discipline In all matters, we adhere to the credo of "HONESTY FIRST, HONESTY ALWAYS." Leniency may be given when a student displays honesty and maturity taking personal responsibility for his or her actions and it is believed that the desired change will occur. A student who is dishonest when questioned by a university official or body may receive a more severe penalty than he or she would have received for the same offense if honesty had been displayed. Association with Oklahoma Christian University holds us to high ethical standards that permeate every facet of our lives on and off campus. Applicants and current students are held to the same values regardless of whether or not class is in session. By enrolling, the student acknowledges that he or she is responsible for the contents of this handbook and all other communications made by the university. All students, including those living off campus, will be assigned an account. It is the student s responsibility to activate and check these regularly. The university will utilize these for 9

10 almost all correspondence with students. Oklahoma Christian University is not required to utilize other means, such as off-campus mailing addresses, when contacting students. For additional information on the following topics, please refer to the general student handbook located on the school s MyOC website. Statement on Violence and Endangerment Statement on Joking about Violence (Including Games) Statement on Misuse and Abuse of Fire Safety Equipment Statement on Drugs and Alcohol Statement on Tobacco Statement on Decency Statement on Modesty and Appropriate Dress Violations of the Code of Conduct Level One Code of Conduct Violations General Procedures Regarding Disciplinary Actions Appeals of Disciplinary Decisions Judicial Board Procedures Disciplinary Sanctions Warning Verbal Coaching for Improvement Written Coaching for Improvement Other Sanctions Disciplinary Probation Interim Suspension Suspension Dismissal Safety Procedures Fire In the event of a fire or fire alarm going off, students must evacuate the building immediately. Students must not re-enter the building until an official has declared it safe to do so. Housekeeping Food and Drinks Food and drinks are permitted in classrooms at the discretion of the Director. Students are responsible for ensuring the classrooms are kept clean of debris. Lending, Borrowing or Moving Equipment All classroom equipment is for the purpose of supporting instruction at the Telecom House. The use of computer equipment for other than its normal purpose is generally prohibited. 10

11 Proctored Exams There will be at least one proctored exam or significant assignment during each online course in our MBA program. Its intention is to help ensure the integrity of the online program and your MBA degree, not to create unnecessary hardship on the student. It is the university s intent to provide proctored exams at the Telecom House. If the student is outside of the Kigali area or cannot be present to take the test, the following are examples of suitable proctors with which the student will need to make arrangements. Faculty or professional staff at local colleges/universities Testing center personnel at a college, university, or community college Military education officers, testing centers, commanding officers Librarians; HR offices; K-12 educators Because objectivity is essential to the proctoring process, you will not be allowed to use friends, relatives, neighbors, co-workers, roommates, spouses, current OC students, or anyone you directly report to at your employment to serve as your proctor. If your instructor deems your alternative proctor to be inappropriate, you will be asked to secure another. Instructor Evaluations At the conclusion of each course, students will be given the opportunity to provide feedback regarding their instructor. The evaluation process is strictly confidential and the instructor will not have access to the complied student responses for several weeks after the grades for the course have been posted. Open Door Policy Any concerns regarding an instructor, staff member, or another student should be brought as soon as possible to the attention of the Director, Jean Rindiro, or Chair of the Graduate School of Business, Dr. Ken Johnson. 11

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