Strayer University Catalog 2014/2015 Spring 2015 Addendum March 16, 2015

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1 Strayer University Catalog 2014/ Spring Addendum Date Section Sub- Section Sub- Section II Campuses and Locations General Information General Information General Information Florida Ownership Principle Office of the University Online Classes Maitland Campus Change 901 N. Lake Destiny Drive Suite 370 Maitland, FL Maitland.strayer.edu Strayer Education Inc.: (703) University Website: Students enrolled at Strayer University in undergraduate or graduate academic programs may choose to take online courses. Students must have access to a computer system and the Internet. Synchronous and asynchronous courses taught online begin and end on the same dates as the traditional classes taught at Strayer University. Synchronous real- time courses are conducted through regular class meetings, where professors and students are all online at the same time. Asynchronous on- demand courses use a delivery platform that allows independent online study, where students can access course content and interact with the professor at different times. Both delivery methods have the same academic requirements as those courses taught in the traditional classroom environment. All synchronous and asynchronous classes are conducted online using the Internet. During the scheduled class periods offered synchronously, each class member accesses the Comment Removed the following statement: Further, to receive full credit for participation, students must participate in threaded discussions on at least two separate days, throughout the week in multiple discussion threads.

2 University s learning management system and is online in a conversational mode with the instructor and other class members. In this mode, the students are presented lectures, case studies, discussion questions, and problems; and they interact with the instructor and other class members. Students also discuss the status of their term papers, articles, projects, and exams in the platform. Asynchronous classes are conducted by and developed in coordination with the Strayer University faculty. During the course, faculty assess students, respond to inquiries, and hold dialogues with the students to support their learning efforts. Student assessment typically includes threaded discussions, exercises, written exams, quizzes, projects, research papers, and case analysis. Live chat sessions serve as open discussion sessions, during which students are coached, topic questions are elaborated upon, and feedback is given on assessment events. Video and other multi- media provide additional forums for faculty to share insights with students. Students are able to contact their instructor outside the scheduled online sessions by e- mail, telephone, or by scheduling personal meetings. A constant academic dialogue is maintained as students submit their assignments throughout the quarter and receive feedback from the instructor. Students taking classes online must meet the same admission and financial aid requirements, must observe the same policies and procedures, and have the same access to student services and activities as those students taking classes in the traditional classroom environment. Students who live in states where Strayer University has a campus and who enroll online must follow the curriculum requirements and policies of their home state unless otherwise indicated. Students should check with their campus advisor for confirmation on program availability. In order to satisfy weekly attendance requirements, online

3 students must demonstrate weekly attendance actively by completing one of the following actions as directed by the instructor: (1) submit an academic assignment; (2) take a quiz or an exam; (3) participate in a posted online academic discussion. Logging into an online class without active participation (as described above) does not constitute official weekly attendance. University s policy on attendance, irrespective of the delivery platform, is described in the Policy and section of this catalog. Admission to the University Undergraduate Admission.. Failure to provide your correct identifying could result in a penalty from the IRS imposed on each incorrect document. All student applicants must submit to the Admissions Office: Removed language - 18 years of age. Admission to the University Undergraduate Admissions Readmission A student whose study is interrupted for three or more consecutive quarters must apply for readmission. Students may be subject to curriculum and other academic requirements and regulations in effect at the time of readmission. Students should seek academic advising prior to registration. Revising language around curriculum Admissions to the University Undergraduate Admission Experiential Learning approved by the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) are used to allow students through an Experiential Learning Portfolio (ELP) to satisfy Strayer University s undergraduate course requirements. Credit for experiential learning is applied on a course- by- course basis to undergraduate courses when it appears that learning resulting from experience is comparable to the content of specific courses. ELP credit is not offered if comparable CLEP or DSST examinations are available. ELP credits do not fulfill residency requirements. Information about the ELP preparation procedures is available via Strayer website See the Fees section for applicable charges. Students must meet at least 70% of the course learning objectives. The ELP will be graded Pass or Fail. If a student fails to successfully complete an Experiential Learning Portfolio for a course, the course must be taken in residence at Strayer Changed to 70% and Removed final sentence.

4 University in order to obtain credit for that course Admission to the University Undergraduate Admission Challenge Exams Strayer University offers students the opportunity to obtain credit through its Challenge Exam program. Challenge Exams are not offered if comparable CLEP or DSST examinations are available. Students are encouraged to meet with their Academic Advisor to discuss credit options and/or CLEP/DSST examinations. Challenge exam credits do not fulfill residency requirements. See the Fees section for applicable charges. Students must pass at least 70% of the examination questions. If a student fails a Challenge Exam, the student must register for that particular course at Strayer University in order to obtain credit for the course. Changed to 70% and removed final sentence. Admission to the University Graduate Admission Graduation from an accredited college or university with a baccalaureate degree is a prerequisite for admission to all graduate programs including all master s degree and executive graduate certificate programs. International students applying for graduate admission must hold, at a minimum, the equivalent of a United States baccalaureate degree. Removed language on 18 years of age requirement. Admission to the University Graduate Admissions Readmission A student whose study is interrupted for three or more consecutive quarters must apply for readmission. Students may be subject to curriculum and other academic requirements and regulations in effect at the time of readmission. Students should seek academic advising prior to registration. Revising language around curriculum August 28, 2014 Calculating Your Tuition and Fees Tuition Jack Welch Management Institute Tuition a. Summer 2014 Fall new and re- admitted students. Student who were either first- time enrollees or were re- admitted after not attending for three or more quarters, during the Summer 2014 Fall period are charged at the rate of $3,250 per 4.5 credit hour course.* Calculating Your Tuition and Fees Tuition All students in master s programs are charged at the rate of $2,325 per course for courses taken during Students in master s programs are charged at a rate of $2,325 per course in if they either: (i) enrolled in the University for the first time prior to the Winter Term and have taken no more

5 than two consecutive quarters off; (ii) are first- time University enrollees or are re- admitted to the University after having taken three or more quarters off, and register for Winter Term classes prior to October 17, 2014; OR (iii) are Tennessee students. Students in master s programs are charged at a rate of $2,450 per course in if they (i) registered for classes on or after October 17, 2014; (ii) are either first- time University enrollees or are re- admitted to the University after having taken three or more quarters off. At the undergraduate level both full- time and part- time students who, in 2014-, are either: (i) first- time University enrollees, or (ii) are re- admitted after not attending the University for three or more quarters, are charged at the rate of $1,420 per course during 2014 and. With the exception of Tennessee students, students who enrolled for the first time prior to Winter 2014, or who were re- admitted prior to Winter 2014 after having taken three or more quarters off, are either (i) charged at the rate of $1,700 per course during 2014 and, if full- time (3 or more courses attempted per quarter) or (ii) are charged at the rate of $1,775 per course during 2014 and, if part- time (fewer than 3 courses attempted per quarter). In Tennessee both part- time and full- time undergraduate students who, in 2014-, are neither first- time enrollees, nor re- admitted after not attending the University for three or more quarters, are charged at the rate of $1,775 for courses taken during 2014 and. Students who enroll in a course but fail to attend may be subject to a no show fee as indicated below. International students requiring an I- 20 must pay a tuition deposit of $300

6 during 2014 and. Books and supplies are not covered by the tuition charge and must be purchased by the student. The student should allow approximately $150 per course for textbooks and supplies. Calculating Your Tuition and Fees Fees The following non- refundable fees are in effect for : Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Examination Fee: $42 DSST Cyber Security Fee - $110 ($20 to Strayer University; $90 to DSST) August 28, 2014 Calculating Your Tuition and Fees Financial Information Fees Degree Conferral Evaluation Fee Add Evaluation Tuition and Fees Tuition Charges 2014 and Tuition Charges Undergraduate Programs Both full- time and part- time undergraduate students who, in are either: (i) first- time University enrollees, or (ii) are re- admitted after not attending the University for three or more quarters, are charged at the rate of $1,420 per course during 2014 and. With the exception of Tennessee students, students who enrolled for the first time prior to Winter 2014, or who were re- admitted prior to Winter 2014 after having taken three or more quarters off, are either (i) charged at the rate of $1,700 per course during 2014 and, if full- time (3 or more courses attempted per quarter) or (ii) are charged at the rate of $1,775 per course during 2014 and, if part- time (fewer than 3 courses attempted per quarter). In Tennessee both part- time and full- time undergraduate students who, in 2014-, are neither first- time enrollees, nor re- admitted after not attending the

7 University for three or more quarters, are charged at the rate of $1,775 for courses taken during 2014 and. Graduate Programs (except JWMI EMBA) All students in master s programs are charged at the rate of $2,325 per course for courses taken during Students in master s programs are charged at a rate of $2,325 per course in if they either: (i) enrolled in the University for the first time prior to the Winter Term and have taken no more than two consecutive quarters off; (ii) are first- time University enrollees or are re- admitted to the University after having taken three or more quarters off, and register for Winter Term classes prior to October 17, 2014; OR (iii) are Tennessee students. Students in master s programs are charged at a rate of $2,450 per course in if they (i) registered for classes on or after October 17, 2014; (ii) are not Tennessee students; AND (iii) are either first- time University enrollees or are re- admitted to the University after having taken three or more quarters off. In addition to tuition and fees, certain courses may be assessed special charges related to that course. These charges may include cost of special materials used by students, or materials used by the instructor to present the course and are considered non- refundable fees. Financial Information Add/Drop and Course Withdrawals For Maryland Global and JWMI Students Only Last Date of Attendance Charged Percentage of Tuition Prior to the first day of the Quarter No Charge Through the add/drop period 10% From Tuesday of the second scheduled week of the quarter through the end of the third scheduled week of the quarter 20% Through the fourth week 40%

8 Through the fifth week Through the seventh week After the seventh week 60% 80% 100% Financial Information Add/Drop and Course Withdrawals Mini Session Last Date of Attendance Percentage of Tuition Charged From the date of registration until the first day of the Session No Charge Through the add/drop period 10% From the Tuesday of the second scheduled week of the Session through the end of the second scheduled week of the Session 40% Through the third scheduled week of the Session 80% After the third scheduled week of the Session 100% Financial Information Book Voucher Program Students attending Strayer University may, from time to time, become eligible for book vouchers based upon an expected credit balance in the student s account. Most, if not all, receivers of federal financial aid will become eligible to receive a book voucher if their total grant and loan amounts exceed the cost of tuition and fees for a given quarter. Other recipients of third- party funding may also be eligible to receive book vouchers if the terms and conditions of their funding permits the use of approved funds for books. The book vouchers are only able to be used at the Strayer University bookstore. New Section Students who would prefer not to utilize credit balances for a book voucher can simply choose not to utilize the book voucher, no notice to the University is required. Any student

9 who receives a book voucher is under no obligation to use it and the amount of the book voucher is not added to their ledger until the voucher is used. For receivers of federal financial aid, there is no impact on the amount, or timeliness, of any credit balance due to them. Online Class Participation The University encourages students taking online classes to actively participate throughout the week in order to promote a meaningful and engaging learning experience. In order to earn full credit for an online threaded discussion, students must have a total of two (2) posts per discussion thread. There must be at minimum one (1) original post and at minimum one (1) other post per discussion. Students may choose to post on separate days of the week, but are not required to do so to earn full credit for discussions. This policy does not change attendance requirements for online courses. Those attendance policies are detailed above. Removed the following statement: Additionally, the posts must be made on two (2) different days during the week per discussion. Incomplete Grade Policy Incomplete grades must be approved by the Instructor, Campus Dean and/or Assistant Dean of Faculty prior to the assignment of the grade. Upon approval by the instructor, Campus Dean and/or the Assistant Dean of Faculty, a grade of incomplete (I) will be assigned. An incomplete class must be completed by submitting assigned work to the instructor, Campus Dean, and/or Assistant Dean of Faculty based on the timeline outlined in the incomplete contract. Failure to complete the assigned work prior to the end of the following academic quarter will result in the incomplete grade automatically changing to an administrative F (F*). Changed approval roles Repeating Courses Undergraduate An undergraduate student may repeat any college- level course in which he/she receives a grade of "D" or "F". A course may be repeated one time. The Campus Dean and/or Student Academic Services (SAS) may grant an exception to this policy upon consideration of the student's individual situation. This

10 would require the student be counseled by the Campus Dean and/or SAS Advisor prior to approval of course registration. Students enrolled in associate and bachelor degrees may have no more than five repeat grades on their academic record, appearing as "repeat excluded" on the student record. Students enrolled in undergraduate certificate programs may have no more than two repeated grades on their academic record and students enrolled in diploma programs may have no more than three repeated grades on their academic record. Once a student has reached the maximum number of repeated courses allowed by the University, all subsequent courses where a "D" or an "F" is received will be counted towards the student s cumulative grade point average. Students may continue to enroll and pursue their program of study until which time they fail to meet academic standards set by the University. In conjunction with the policy on repeating college level courses, there are separate policies to be considered surrounding Developmental Education courses. Students should refer to the section of this catalog for information on Development Education requirements. Students who fail a Developmental course (under 100- level) must meet with an Academic Advisor prior to re- registering for the class a second time. Once counseling has been conducted an undergraduate student may repeat a Developmental course one time. In extenuating circumstances, the Academic Advisor may grant a one- time exception to this policy. If an exception is granted and the course is not successfully completed the student will be advised to discontinue their enrollment until they are able to provide evidence of successful completion of college- level credit in the subject area they failed at Strayer Repeating Courses Transfer Credit Required courses attempted at Strayer University (attendance established) where a passing or otherwise required grade was Revise repeat policy to

11 Undergraduate not received, may be satisfied by transfer credit, subject to all applicable policies, requirements, and limitations. If the course requirement is satisfied by transfer credit the Strayer University course grade remains on the student record part of the cumulative grade point average calculation. incorporate transfer credit. Repeating Courses Undergraduate Repeat Grade Calculation Students otherwise eligible for federal financial aid may use this funding to repeat a failed course, presuming they remain in good standing for federal financial aid. Students who wish to improve their grade by retaking a course for which they have already received a grade higher than F may use financial aid only for the first repeat of that course. Changed language from: Students who wish to improve their grade by retaking a course they have already passed may not use financial aid to pay for the repeated course. JWMI Grading Scale Grade Description Symbol Grade Range Honors Indicates thought leadership and performance that clearly exceeds MBA standards. H High Pass Indicates strong performance that thoroughly meets MBA standards. HP Pass Indicates performance that satisfactorily meets MBA standards. PAS Low Pass Indicates performance that minimally meets MBA standards. LP Unsatisfactory Indicates performance that fails to meet MBA standards. UNS New section

12 Grade Point Average Graduate Graduate students must attain a cumulative graduate grade point average of B (3.0) or higher to receive a graduate degree or certificate. JWMI students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of Low Pass or higher to graduate from the JWMI MBA program. New JWMI language added. Repeating Courses Graduate A graduate student may repeat any college- level course in which he/she receives a grade of "C" or below. A course may be repeated one time. The Campus Dean and/or Student Academic Services (SAS) may grant an exception to this policy upon consideration of the student's individual situation. This would require the student be counseled by the Campus Dean and/or SAS Advisor prior to approval of course registration. Students enrolled in the graduate degree may have no more than three repeat grades on their academic record, appearing as "repeat excluded" on the student record. Students enrolled in graduate certificate programs may have no more than two repeated grades on their academic record. Once a student has reached the maximum number of repeated courses allowed by the University, all subsequent courses where a "C" or below is received will be counted towards the student s cumulative grade point average. Students may continue to enroll and pursue their program of study until which time they fail to meet academic standards set by the University. Repeating Courses Graduate Transfer Credit Required courses attempted at Strayer University (attendance established) where a passing or otherwise required grade was not received, may be satisfied by transfer credit, subject to all applicable policies, requirements, and limitations. If the course requirement is satisfied by transfer credit, the Strayer University course grade remains on the student record and part of the cumulative grade point average calculation. Revise repeat policy to incorporate transfer credit. Repeating Courses Repeat Grade Calculation Students otherwise eligible for federal financial aid may use this funding to repeat a failed course, presuming they remain in Changed language from:

13 Graduate good standing for federal financial aid. Students who wish to improve their grade by retaking a course for which they have already received a grade higher than F may use financial aid only for the first repeat of that course. Students who wish to improve their grade by retaking a course they have already passed may not use financial aid to pay for the repeated course. Grade Point Average - Undergraduate An undergraduate student who wishes to carry more than 18- quarter hours in one quarter must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average. He/She may not carry more than 27 quarter hours in one quarter, unless permitted by the Campus Dean or Student Academic Services. Approval role change Grade Point Average - Graduate A graduate student who wishes to carry more than 13.5 credit hours in one quarter must have a minimum 3.5 cumulative grade point average. He/she may not carry more than 18 credit hours in one quarter, unless permitted by the Campus Dean or Student Academic Services. Approval role change August 28, 2014 Graduate Degree Conferral Requirements Graduate Degree The Degree Conferral Application should be submitted during the student's final quarter. Students should complete the Degree Conferral Application online through their icampus account. A mandatory, non- refundable Degree Conferral Evaluation fee must be paid following submission of the Degree Conferral Application. This fee is not related to commencement ceremony participation. Degrees are conferred only after evaluation and approval by the Registrar s Office. The following general requirements must be met in order to be evaluated by the Registrar's Office: Move last paragraph to the top. Student Problem Georgia resources/

14 Resolution August 28, 2014 College of Business Master of Science in Health Services Administration * This program is not available in Illinois, Mississippi, or South Carolina. This program is not available at the Owings Mills, MD and White Marsh, MD campuses, or at the New Jersey campuses. This program is available at all other Maryland campuses and is available in an online- only format to New Jersey and Maryland students. August 28, 2014 College of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice This program is not available in North Carolina. North Carolina students should follow the BSCJ program located in the North Carolina section of the catalog. This program in not available at Maryland campuses and is available in an online- only format to Maryland students. Students enrolled in this program in Arkansas, Illinois, New Jersey, and Ohio must follow the requirements as set forth in the catalog section applicable to their state. August 28, 2014 North Carolina Tab College of Arts and Sciences: School of Criminal Justice Associate in Arts in Criminal Justice Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice August 28, 2014 North Carolina Tab Associate in Arts in Criminal Justice Area I: Core Component BUS100 Introduction to Business CRJ100 Introduction to Criminal Justice Area II: Major Component CRJ105 Crime and Criminal Behavior CRJ220 Ethics and Leadership in Criminal Justice Area III: General Education Component CIS105 Introduction to Information Systems ENG115 English Composition ENG215 Research and Writing OR LEG215 Legal Research Writing ENG315 Professional Communications HUM111 World Cultures I HUM112 World Cultures II MAT104 Algebra with Applications HIS105 Contemporary U.S. History OR

15 POL110 U.S. Government PHI210 Critical Thinking PSY105 Introduction to Psychology OR PSY110 Social Psychology REL212 World Religions SCI110 Introduction to Physical Science OR SCI115 Introduction to Biology SOC100 Introduction to Sociology SOC300 Sociology of Developing Countries Area IV: Elective Component ELC General Elective Courses August 28,2014 Course Descriptions Accounting ACC562 prerequisite ACC557 or ACC560 August 28,2014 August 28,2014 Criminal Justice ACC563 prerequisite ACC556 and ACC557 ACC564 prerequisite ACC562 or ACC403 ACC570 prerequisite ACC557 or ACC556 ACC572 - prerequisite ACC557 or ACC556 ACC prerequisite ACC557 or ACC556 CRJ322: The Criminal Mind Prerequisite: CRJ105 This course provides a broad range of topics relevant to criminal behavior and the development of the personality. Biological, psychological, and social structural factors which influence the

16 Criminal Justice Criminal Justice possible origin of criminal behavior, as well as criminal justice and societal approaches for preventing crime are addressed. CRJ325: Criminal Procedure Prerequisite: LEG320 This course provides a broad range of topics relevant to criminal behavior and the development of the personality. Biological, psychological, and social structural factors which influence the possible origin of criminal behavior, as well as criminal justice and societal approaches for preventing crime are addressed. CRJ330: Prerequistie: CRJ105 This course provides a broad range of topics relevant to criminal behavior and the development of the personality. Biological, psychological, and social structural factors which influence the possible origin of criminal behavior, as well as criminal justice and societal approaches for preventing crime are addressed August 28,2014 Information Systems Economics Finance CIS431 prerequisite CIS406 ECO305 remove ECO100 prerequisite FIN534: Financial Management Prerequisite: ACC557 or ACC556

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