Graduation Requirements & Process

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Graduation Requirements Undergraduate Programs The following graduation requirements apply to Certificate, Technical Diploma, Associate, and Bachelor degree programs at ABTU.  Students must successfully complete all courses within their respective program, as outlined in the University Catalog, at the time of their enrollment. Students must complete the program with a minimum overall GPA of 2.0…. Read more »

Enrollment Agreement Info

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Program Names & Start Dates, and Funding Options Attention Admissions Coordinators! You must COPY and PASTE the appropriate program title, start date, and funding option on each enrollment agreement. Program Titles MBA Master of Business Administration Master of Business Administration – Project & Operations Management BAS Business Management in the Global Economy Business Management in the Global Economy-Marketing Information Systems Engineering… Read more »

Contest rules for scholarship

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One entry per person. The scholarship and other awards can be applied only towards an AAS or BAS degree @ ABTU, up to 60 credit hours. The Scholarship Committee will select the scholarship and other award recipients based on the eligibility requirements and the content, clarity, and writing of responses to the short essays. Winners… Read more »

Non-Matriculated Student Policy NMS-PL-1015

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Purpose The purpose of this policy is to guide the admission, enrollment and course selection processes for students enrolling in a la carte course(s) outside of an already existing ABTU program. Due to the professional and skill oriented nature of ABTU courses, students may occasionally elect to enroll in a single course, or collection of… Read more »

Dual Enrollment Policy – DEP-PL-0415

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Purpose American Business & Technology University has identified select undergraduate courses as eligible for dual-enrollment, which may be taken by eligible high school juniors and seniors.   Dual-enrollment is defined as allowing eligible high school students to take college level courses for credit, while still attending high school, allowing the student to save time and… Read more »

General Education – GED-PL-0415

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General Education General Education Requirements General education courses are a core component of a collegiate curriculum, which allows students to be exposed to a variety of subjects.   The diverse and complex workplace into which students enter after their formal education requires general familiarity with an increasing broad range of subjects.   General Education courses are incorporated… Read more »

Non-Credit Course Policy – NCC-PL-0515

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Non-Credit Course Policy – NCC-PL-0515   Introduction The guidelines set forth in this policy govern the activities and requirements of students who are enrolled in ABTU non-credit courses and tracks. ABTU non-credit courses are self-guided modules that contain click through audio and video lectures and demonstrations. These courses are intended for professional development and continuing… Read more »

Tech Support Usage – TSU-PL-0814

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Tech Support Usage ABTU provides resources and trained personnel to assist students with minor technical support issues, as they pertain to the student’s coursework and material. Students may request technical support through multiple avenues, including LiveChat, HelpDesk Ticket System, or contacting their Success Coordinator by phone or email. ABTU Success Coordinators are limited to supporting technical… Read more »

Policies for Professional Judgement

Filed under Title IV Specific Policies

Policies for Professional Judgment A financial aid professional may exercise professional judgment and change elements in the federal need analysis to account for circumstances that he/she feels have not been adequately considered in the original FAFSA.   Instructions to Students/Parents: All requests for the execution of professional judgment must: Be initiated by a letter from… Read more »