1 Rules and Regulations Nyenrode Modular Executive MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (part-time) Every student is expected to be familiar with the rules and regulations. If a student wishes to be exempted from a particular rule or regulation, then he or she must seek permission from the Exam Committee. This does not apply where the Rules & Regulations require students to seek permission from Program Management or the Instructor. CHAPTER 1 Nyenrode Modular Executive MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Introduction The aim of the Modular MBA Programs is to obtain sufficient knowledge, skills and insight into the subject matter being studied to enable a graduate to grow into and/or hold a higher management position at an academic level, that is a position in which the graduate is able to understand, judge and use results of academic research in his or her work. Both a flexible structure and an engagement to specific sectors characterize a Modular MBA Program. This implies that a student can freely determine his or her own pace and path through the modules and will be challenged to implement newly acquired knowledge and experience in daily business. This in order to maximize the outcome of the combination of study, work and private life, and gain the best possible personal growth. The successful completion of the total Program needs to occur within the time allotted in order to ensure an up to date MBA degree. Nyenrode offers three Modular Executive Master of Business Administration programs ( Modular MBA Programs for short): The Modular Executive MBA in Food & Finance, The Modular Executive MBA in Public & Private and the Modular Executive MBA in Business & IT. The Rules & Regulations are applicable on each variant. Each Modular MBA Program consists of at least 9 modules, also referred to as courses, and an international study trip. A student who has completed 7 out of 8 required modules is allowed to start the MBA Thesis module only if Program Management expects the student to complete the 8 th module within 6 months. In order to qualify for the Master of Business Administration degree, a student needs to obtain a passing grade for each module and the international study trip.
2 Curriculum The curriculum 1 of the Modular MBA Programs consists of the following courses, study hours, study load in European Credits according to the European Credits Transfer System (ECTS 2 ) and, for international transcript purposes, the number of Grade Point Average (GPA 3 ) credits allotted to each course (see also Chapter 3: Grading). In principle a student participates in one of the three Modular MBA Programs. A student could be allowed to interchange one module for another module in the same row (and therefore with the same goals, management content and criteria) in one of the other Modular MBA Programs. This is only permitted if the student can proof his/her affinity or relationship with the specific sector of that other Modular MBA Program (to be assessed by Program Management). Overall conditions of the Modular MBA Program remain the same. MBA in Business & MBA in Food & MBA in Public & ECTS Study rounded GPA IT Finance Private hours off credits Business Processes and Business Processes and Business Processes and Technology ICT ICT 210 7,5 5,5 Strategy and Organisation Strategy and Organization Policy, Strategy and Organization 210 7,5 5,5 Basic modules Change Management and Organisational Development Change Management and Organizational Development Change Management and Organizational Development 210 7,5 5,5 Risk and Finance Risk and Finance Risk and Finance 210 7,5 5,5 Market, Law and Ethics Market, Law and Ethics Market, Law and Ethics 210 7,5 5,5 Leadership and Cooperation Leadership and Cooperation Leadership and Cooperation 210 7,5 5,5 International Study trip International Study trip International Study trip 80 2,9 2,0 Ownership of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and Government and Governance* Co-operative* Corporate Governance 210 7,5 5,5 Specialization modules Demand and Supply Management* Business and Cyber Robustness* Global Food Economy* Public-Private Partnership 210 7,5 5,5 Sustainability and Innovation* 210 7,5 5,5 MBA Thesis ,0 15 Total per Modular MBA Module names are translated into English for official documents. * A student chooses two out of these three specialization modules (only applicable for MBA in Food & Finance and MBA in Business & IT students). Article 1 Assignments 1.1 All Program course work of the Modular Executive MBA in Food & Finance and the Modular Executive MBA in Public & Private must be completed in Dutch or English, depending on the Instructor. The Program course work of the Modular Executive MBA in Business & IT must be completed in English. 1 Subject to change 2 28 study hours is equivalent to 1 ECTS 3 38 study hours is equivalent to 1 credit in the GPA system
3 1.2 Course work, assignments etc. must be submitted according to the instructions of the Instructor. Late submission of any course work and/or assignments will be penalized at the discretion of the Instructor. The course outline should also clearly state what the penalty is. A request for late submission must be made to the Program Management prior to the due date. Article 2 Attendance One of Nyenrode s teaching objectives is its experienced-based education, which has its foundations in a mix of sound academic teaching and in-depth class discussions. To ensure the learning objective is met, students are expected to attend all scheduled classes and to participate actively in discussions. 2.1 Attendance is mandatory. The course outline should clearly state what the penalty is for students who, without any valid reason (to be determined by Program Management) do not attend class. Instructors are responsible for checking the attendance for mandatory sessions. 2.2 If a student is unable to attend an obligatory class due to an emergency or serious illness, he/she should inform both Program Management and the relevant Instructor (preferably) before class. 2.3 Any violation of these rules will be considered as academic misconduct. See Article 10. Article 3 Project/Thesis 3.1 Rules and regulations regarding Company Projects or Theses are outlined in the Project Thesis Guidelines booklet issued by Modular MBA Program Management. These guidelines stipulate the rules pertaining at the time these projects/theses are being conducted. The guidelines should be regarded as an addendum to the Nyenrode Modular Executive MBA Rules and Regulations and are thus legally binding. Article 4 Graduation 4.1 Once the student has met all requirements as set forth in these rules and regulations, he/she will be eligible to receive the degree of the Modular MBA Program, provided he/she has fulfilled all his/her financial and other obligations to Nyenrode Business Universiteit. 4.2 Degrees will be granted on Graduation Day of the Modular MBA Program. Program Management will set this date. If the student has not met all the requirements by this date, the degree will be granted as soon as the requirements have been met.
4 CHAPTER 2 EXAMS Article 5 General Degree Programs Exam regulations not applicable. 5.5 The Exam Committee, in consultation with the Instructor, reserves the right to adjust grades up to the graduation of the student. 5.6 As proof that the Degree Program has been successfully completed, a diploma is granted by the Exam Committee on behalf of the Executive Board. The courses, which the degree covers, will be listed on a transcript. 5.7 not applicable. Article 6 Modular MBA Exam regulations, Composition and Retakes 6.1 Results of written tests and other components making up the final grade will be published within a period of four weeks after the published deadline of the final assignment. If assignments are handed in after the published deadline separate agreements will be made. Any deviation from the above mentioned period requires the express consent of Program Management. 6.2 Students are allowed to inspect all program components making up the overall grade of a course (cases, midterms, exams etc.), within a period of six weeks after publication of the results. In special circumstances this deadline may be extended or shortened by the Exam Committee. Exam reviews will take place at Nyenrode Business Universiteit. 6.3 In all modules the overall grade will be determined by a final assignment or multiple assignments averaged according to pre-specified percentages. The Exam Committee reserves the right to decide on any changes to the weighting of exams and/or other assessment components of the whole course grade, as well as the right to change the type and number of components during the Program. An assignment uploaded on the student portal as final version and/or checked for plagiarism will be considered as final version and will be graded by the teacher. 6.4 For any assessment component a student may receive a grade lower than 5.50 and still pass the course, provided that the whole course grade is 5.50 before rounding, or higher. An instructor may determine a threshold for components. A student must complete all modules in order to successfully complete the Modular MBA Program and achieve a minimal grade of "5.50" or "pass" for each module. The exception to the above rule applies to the grading of the Project/Thesis, for which the threshold of the whole grade is 6.00 before rounding.
5 6.5 If a student fails to submit course work, assignments, etc, within a period of one year after the due date, all grades previously obtained for the Program component in question will be rendered void. The Exam Committee can decide otherwise if failure to submit such work within this period is due to extenuating circumstances. 6.6 If a student does not meet the threshold grade of a course, a student will only be offered one opportunity to retake the course. The assignment of the retake will be determined by the core teacher of the module and will be of equal weight as the original assignment(s). If a student fails to complete the retake successfully within the allotted time (article 6.5) the student fails the course. It is not possible to participate in this module again or in a module of the same row and category of one of the other Modular MBA Programs. In case of a failed module a student is not allowed to participate in the MBA Thesis module and therefore cannot graduate, but still can participate in other modules under the condition that the student was unconditionally accepted for the program. 6.7 Certificates of the modules retain their validity for six years. The validity of the modules will be extended by 18 months if the thesis module starts within these six years. Students who exceed this period, can redo the concerning module in order to obtain the MBA degree.
6 CHAPTER 3: GRADING Article 7 Grading 7.1 Nyenrode Business Universiteit employs a 0-10 grading scale in which 10 is the maximum score. 7.2 Whole course grades are expressed in whole numbers, except for the Program component Thesis. Any rounding-off required is done as follows:.50 and above is rounded up to the next highest whole number..49 and below is rounded down to the next lowest whole number. (For more details on the Thesis grading: see the Project Thesis Guidelines). 7.3 For international transcript purposes, whole course non-rounded grades awarded at Nyenrode Business Universiteit are converted to letter grades in accordance with the following table: = A = C = A = C = A = D = B = D = B = D = B- < 4.0 = F = C+ Any rounding-off to one decimal point is done as follows for grades between 10.0 and 4.0:.45 (.450) and.95 (.950) and above are rounded up by one decimal point to the next highest number with one decimal point (.5 or.0).44 (.449) and.94 (.949) and below are rounded down by one decimal point to the next lowest number with one decimal point (.4 or.9) All grades below are rounded down and converted to the letter grade F. These letter grades are weighted according to the number of GPA (Grade Point Average) credits allotted to each course, and converted to a 4.0 scale using the following table: A+ = 4.0 C = 2.0 A = 4.0 C- = 1.7 A- = 3.7 D+ = 1.3 B+ = 3.3 D = 1.0 B = 3.0 D- = 0.7 B- = 2.7 F = 0 C+ = 2.3
7 CHAPTER 4: ACADEMIC CONDUCT Introduction Students at Nyenrode Business Universiteit are expected to maintain the highest standards of academic conduct. Activities that have the effect or intention of interfering with education, pursuit of knowledge, or fair evaluation of a student s performance are prohibited. Article 8 Report writing, consultation and collaboration 8.1 Unless stated otherwise, all assignments have to meet the Nyenrode Guidelines for Report Writing and Bibliographic Descriptions. 8.2 Unless stated otherwise, all individual assignments within the Programs are to be completed by the individual student. Consultation with other students on any assessable work is not allowed without the express permission of the relevant course supervisor or Instructor. 8.3 Study groups are composed by Program Management or by the Instructor(s) of each specific course. In the event of group assignments, it is the responsibility of each individual student and of the study group as a rule to ensure that all members of the group meet their responsibilities. 8.4 Unless stated otherwise, all group assignments within the Programs are to be completed by the members of the group. Consultation with other students on any assessable work is not allowed without the express permission of the relevant course supervisor or Instructor. 8.5 If a student fails to meet his/her responsibilities and the study group has reminded the student of his/her failings, the other students in the group have the right to approach the Instructor and Program Management to discuss the situation. The Instructor, in consultation with Program Management, has the right to remove the student who fails to meet his/her responsibility from the group. Students do not have the right to exclude a fellow student from their study group. The Exam Committee, in consultation with the Instructor, will determine the consequences for this student. 8.6 Students failing to meet his/her responsibilities during group work more then twice will be closely monitored by Program Management. Program Management, in consultation with the Exam Committee, has the right to exclude the student who fails to meet his/her responsibility from group work. In those cases students are obliged to make assignments alone in order to pass a course. 8.7 Any violation of these rules will be considered as academic misconduct. See Article 10.
8 Article 9 Conduct during exams 9.1 Students are required to have their student ID as well as their passport or drivers license with them during the exam. 9.2 If the use of books, dictionaries, lecture notes etc. is allowed during an exam, the Instructor concerned will announce this in advance. It is prohibited to add any information to a book, unless the Instructor decides otherwise. Either the Instructor or proctor may inspect books and calculators before, during, or after any particular exam. The exchange of dictionaries, books or any other referencematerials during an exam is not allowed. 9.3 Bags, coats, cases, communication and electronic devices (excluding calculators) should be left in the dressing room of the Sports Hall or at the entrance of an exam room. Student must empty pockets of all personal items, which are then placed in a secured area. Students may be asked to empty pockets upon request of the Proctor or Instructor. 9.4 If the Instructor concerned allows calculators for exam purposes, only the use of the non programmable calculator, handed out at the beginning of the program, is permitted. 9.5 Students may not start the exam until all students are seated and the proctor announces the start of the exam. 9.6 During the exam, students are not allowed to purchase food and/or beverages from the vending machines in the corridor. 9.7 During the exam, students are only allowed to visit the bathroom once. Should a student need to go to the bathroom, he/she must register this at the proctor. Only one student at a time will be allowed to visit the bathroom. 9.8 Students may arrive no later than half an hour after the start of the exam. Students arriving after this time may be excluded from participating in the exam. No students are permitted to leave the exam until half an hour after the start of the exam. 9.9 All materials (including notes and drafts) should be handed in at the end of the exam Students are obliged to follow the instructions of the proctors Any violation of these rules will be considered as academic misconduct. See Article 10.
9 Article 10 Academic misconduct 10.1 Activities that have the effect or intention of interfering with education, pursuit of knowledge, or fair evaluation of a student s performance are prohibited. An examinee who, through deception or negligence, makes it entirely or partly impossible for the examiner to correctly assess a students knowledge, insight and skills, is violating the standards of academic conduct. Course assignments will normally be checked by anti-plagiarism software Measures to be taken against violators of the standards of academic conduct are at the discretion of the Exam Committee. Possible measures include a warning, a reprimand, a deduction of points from the final score, or further participation in the test or assignment being denied. In the case of serious and/or repeated academic misconduct, The Executive Board, in consultation with the Exam Committee or those acting on its behalf, may take the decision to remove the examinee from the course/program in question In cases where the discovery of academic misconduct does not occur until after the test or assignment has taken place, the Exam Committee or those acting on its behalf, may still decide to take measures as given in Article Before a decision is made, the examinee will receive the opportunity to be heard by the Exam Committee The Exam Committee involved is responsible for informing the examinee, in writing, of the measures taken. Examples of academic misconduct include but are not limited to the following definitions: A. Cheating: using or attempting to use unauthorized assistance, material, or study aids in examinations or other academic work. Example: using a cheat sheet in a quiz or exam, altering a graded exam and resubmitting it for a better grade, etc. B. Plagiarism: using the ideas, data, or language of another without specific or proper acknowledgment. Example: copying another person s paper, article, or computer work and submitting it for an assignment, cloning someone else s ideas without attribution, failing to use quotation marks where appropriate, etc. To avoid plagiarizing, you must give credit whenever you use: Another person s idea, opinion, or theory Any facts, statistics, graphs, drawings any pieces of information that are not common knowledge Quotations of another s person s actual spoken or written words Paraphrase of another person s spoken or written words C. Fabrication: submitting contrived or altered information in any academic exercise. Example: making up data for an experiment, fudging data, citing nonexistent articles, contriving sources, etc. D. Multiple submission: submitting, without prior permission, any work submitted to fulfill another academic requirement.
10 E. Misrepresentation of academic records: misrepresenting or tampering with or attempting to tamper with any portion of a student s transcripts or academic record, either before or after coming to Nyenrode Business Universiteit. Example: forging a change of grade slip, tampering with computer records, falsifying academic information on one s resume, etc. F. Facilitating academic dishonesty: knowingly helping or attempting to help another violate any standards of academic conduct. Example: working together on a take-home exam, etc. G. Unfair advantage: attempting to gain unauthorized advantage over fellow students in an academic exercise. Example: gaining or providing unauthorized access to examination materials, obstructing or interfering with another student s efforts in an academic exercise, lying about a need for an extension for an exam or paper, continuing to write even when time is up during an exam, destroying or keeping library materials for one s own use, etc. CHAPTER 5: FINAL CONDITIONS Article 11 Final conditions 11.1 If required, the Executive Board will determine amendments to the rules and regulations after consultation with Program Management and the Exam Committee Changes affecting enrolled students can only be implemented if it can be reasonably assumed that the students interests will not be harmed by the said changes A copy of these regulations, together with any amendments made by the Exam Committee or Program Management, is available to all students and can be obtained from the Program Administration In cases not covered by these rules and regulations, the Exam Committee, in consultation with the (Associate) Dean, has the authority to make a final decision in exam matters. In cases not covered by these rules and regulations, the (Associate) Dean, in consultation with the Exam Committee, has the authority to make a final decision in educational matters. Modular Executive MBA Programs, November 2013
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