We run on semester hours but quarter hours will transfer in. For example, a 4 credit hour class from a college that runs on quarter hours will transfer in at 2.67 semester hours.
The RBA degree is similar to all other Bachelor degrees, but with incredible flexibility. RBA graduates can continue their education by pursuing graduate degrees in such programs as Business Administration (MBA), Psychology (MS), Communication Studies (MA), Medical School (MA), or Law School (MS).
Is it true non-traditional program degrees will give you credit for military service, on-the-job experience, and past life and work experience?
Students can earn credit for current on-the-job experience through our co-op program and credit for past life and job experience through the portfolio process. In addition, we accept credit from state standardized awards and for serving our country in the military.
Yes; however, if you are working toward an area of emphasis and make a D in one of the required classes, it will not count.
Yes, as long as the college is accredited. Click here for the process.
Robin Ambrozy and Debbie Kafer. Robin can be reached at 304.424.8272 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can reach Debbie at 304.424.8321 or email her at email@example.com.
Remedial courses (classes that begin with “0” which are not considered college level courses) and classes in which you received an F grade are not accepted. Students are encouraged to utilize the D/F repeat rule when applicable. You can request grade forgiveness for Ds or Fs earned at least four years prior. See the college catalog for details or click here.
If you have completed more than 12 college level hours and have a cumulative grade point average of 2.8, you can register for co-op credit. Through our co-operative education program, you can receive up to a total of 12 credit hours toward the BOG degree which can be a combination of lower and upper level. With the RBA, you can obtain a maximum of 12 upper division and 8 lower division credits. Click here for more information.
Our advisors are available by phone, email, or for individual appointments. You should make it a priority to check in each semester especially if you are receiving financial aid. If you self-advise and enroll in classes that are not needed toward your degree, your tuition will not be paid by federal funds.
Don’t wait until you graduate to get career counseling. Our office sends out career webinar information to new graduates and hosts workshops throughout the year on developing resumes. Career services counselor Sandy Swisher is at your disposal by calling 304.424.8304 or visiting the career services page.
Yes. You must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better to enter and graduate from our programs.
RBA students can be awarded college equivalent credit for some work and life experiences toward degree requirements, which is a unique aspect of this program. Portfolios are evaluated by college faculty and if an RBA student can demonstrate his/her existing knowledge and skills are reasonably comparable to those of college-trained students, then college equivalent credit is awarded.
There are many different types of financial aid (loans, grants, and scholarships). If you enroll in classes that are not needed toward your degree, financial aid will not cover the expense. Visit the financial aid web site for more information. In addition, our Foundation Office offers scholarships to assist you with your tuition.
After you have been a student for one semester, you can use OLSIS (Online Student Information System) to register for classes. In addition, OLSIS is a tool that students can use to add or drop classes, view your academic transcript, check on the status of your financial aid, etc. We recommend you meet with your advisor first to make sure you are taking classes that satisfy degree requirements.
Our hours are Monday through Friday 8:00am to 10:00pm. We are located in Room 1207. We are also available by appointment on some Saturdays.