Graduation Requirements

3.1 Graduation Requirements

3.1.1 BS Program

This is a new program that Virscend University plans to start in the fall of 2021. This program is designed for students with an Associate Degree that are looking to receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Please read the information below and contact The Admissions Department for further information at (909) 502-6252 or email admission@virscend.com.

 

To earn a Bachelor of Science Degree, students must have completed a total of 120 credit units, among them a maximum of 60 lower-division units from the college/university previously attended and, in addition, completed a minimum of the 20 required courses (60 units) with a GPA of 2.0 or higher from Virscend University. 

 

3.1.2 MBA Program

To earn a Master of Business Administration degree, students must complete 10 required courses with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students are required to submit the final project issued in MBA 650. Once the project is submitted, the turnaround time for evaluation is a 2-4 week period.  

 

3.2 Validity of Coursework  

3.2.1 BS Program 

This is a new program that Virscend University plans to start in the fall of 2021. This program is designed for students with an Associate Degree that are looking to receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Please read the information below and contact The Admissions Department for further information at (909) 502-6252 or email admission@virscend.com.

 

Students have an 8-year period from the date they sign the enrollment agreement and/or register for classes (whichever comes first) to complete the program. Students re-entering the program after the 8-year period must restart the program and retake all courses. Students who under extreme circumstances cannot complete the program within the 8-year period may file for an extension. Upon review of the request, the Academic Committee will make the final decision. 

 

3.2.2 MBA Program

Students have a 5-year period from the date they sign the enrollment agreement and/or register for classes (whichever comes first) to complete the program. Students re-entering the program after the 5-year period must restart the program and retake all courses. Students who under extreme circumstances cannot complete the program within the 5-year period may file for an extension. Upon review of the request, the Academic Committee will make the final decision.