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2019-2020 UNIVERSITY CATALOG NUMBER 79The Webber International University Catalog is published annually by Webber International University, Babson Park, Florida 33827 Phone (863) 638-1431 1 ACCREDITATION AND RECOGNITION Chartered by: Majors: State of Florida, 1927 Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice Management, Elementary Education, Finance, Health Services Administration, Accredited by: Hospitality & Tourism Management, Management, Webber International University is accredited Integrated Marketing Communications, Psychology, by the Southern Association of Colleges and Sport Business Management, Sports Performance Schools Commission on Colleges to award Health & Fitness at the Associate, Bachelor and Master levels. Member of: Contact the Commission on Colleges at American Association of Collegiate Registrars 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033- and Admissions Officers 4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about American Library Association the accreditation of Webber International American Society of Travel Agents University. Webber International University Central Florida Development Council has the following degree programs: Council for Higher Education Accreditation Master of Business Administration with Haines City Chamber of Commerce concentrations in Accounting, Criminal Justice Florida Association of Colleges and Universities Management, International Business and Florida Association of Collegiate Registrars Sport Business Management; Bachelor of and Admissions Officers Science degree in General Business Studies, Florida Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators Health Services Administration, and Florida Independent College Fund Sports Performance, Health & Fitness; Florida Library Association Bachelor of Science degree in Business Frostproof Chamber of Commerce Administration with majors in Accounting, Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida Computer Information Systems, Criminal International CHRIE the Hospitality & Tourism Educators Justice Management, Finance, Hospitality Lake Wales Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Management, & Tourism Management, Integrated National Association of College Admissions Counselors Marketing, and Sport Business Management; National Association of Foreign Student Advisors Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, National Association of Academic Affairs Administrators Middle Grades Teacher Education, Special Education, Sebring Chamber of Commerce and Psychology; Associate of Science Degree in Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Business Administration with majors in Accounting, Southern Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers Criminal Justice Management, Finance, Hospitality Southern Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators and Tourism Management, Management, and Sport Southern Association of College and University Business Officers Business Management Tampa Library Consortium Winter Haven Area Chamber of Commerce Approved by: The Florida Department of Veterans Affairs for the training of veterans Licensed by: Florida Board of Education 2 Statement of PolicySTATEMENT OF POLICY Academic information in this edition of the Webber International University Catalogsupersedes all others. Because the educational process necessitates change, WebberInternational University reserves the right to alter, without prior notice, the provisions listed inthis catalog
Webber International University admits students of any race, color, national and ethnicorigin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available tostudents at the University. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnicorigin in administration of its education policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs,loan programs, or athletic programs
That in any advertisement, catalog, brochure, literature, or other material produced by orfor this school, any statement which may appear concerning approval for admittance bynonimmigrant students must be limited to the following: "This school is authorized underFederal law to enroll nonimmigrant students." The University reserves the right to make changes at its discretion and as might seemappropriate in such areas as, but not limited to, procedures, policies, services, requirements, and feestructures, etc. Notification of any such changes will be appropriately circulated. Any such changeswill be incorporated into the electronic version of the Academic Catalog, which is the authoritativeversion of the Catalog
Note: The electronic version of the Academic Catalog is available on the Universitywebsite https://webber.edu/current-students/ under Handbooks & Catalogs and is the official andauthoritative version of the Academic Catalog
3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Accreditation and Recognition 2 Statement of Policy 3 Table of Contents 4 Undergraduate Calendar 8 MBA Calendar 11 A Message from the President 12 Mission 14 History 15 Campus Map 16 Facilities 17 Campus Facilities, Grace and Roger Babson Learning Center Undergraduate Degree Programs and Offerings 18 Degree Requirements 19 Undergraduate Degree Requirements: AS and BS 19 Associate of Science, Bachelor of Science, Degree Combinations, Graduation, Graduation Honors 20 The General Education Curriculum The Combined BS and MBA Program 21 e-Learning for Online Courses and Degree 22 Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration (BSBA) 24 Common Core Requirements, Concentration Requirements Associate of Science Degree in Business Administration (ASBA) 25 Common Core Requirements, Concentration Requirements 4 4 Table of ContentsInternship 26Requirements for BSBA Majors Accounting 27 Computer Information Systems 29 Criminal Justice Management 31 Finance 33 Hospitality and Tourism Management 35 Integrated Marketing Communications 37 Management 43 Sport Business Management 45Bachelor of Science Degree in General Business Studies 47Bachelor of Science Degree in Sports Performance Health & Fitness 49Minors 51Requirements for Bachelor of Arts Degrees Elementary Education 52 Middle Grades Teacher Education 55 Special Education K-12 58 Health Services Administration 61 Psychology 63The McKenna Adult Education Program 65 Admission Requirements, The Intensified Program, Tuition, Associate Degrees, Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice Management, Finance, Management, Integrated Marketing Communications, Psychology and Bachelor of Science in General Business StudiesMilitary Service Program / Veteran’s Education Benefits 70Undergraduate Course Descriptions 71Honors Program 109Honors Course Descriptions 111Admissions 112 General, Deposit Policy, Admission Requirements, First Year Applicants, Transfer Applicants, Transfer Credit Acceptance, Second Degrees, Non Traditional/Testing Credits, International First year Applicants, International Transfer Applicants, Selection for Admissions, Fresh Start Acceptance, Registration, Orientation, International Student Orientation 5 Table of ContentsAcademic Policies and Procedures 118 Academic Advising, Course Load, Course Selection, Appeal Procedure for Transfer Credits Placement, Course Cancellation, Independent Study, Grading System, Course Repeat Policy, Grade Forgiveness, Academic Standing, Student Classification, Academic Progress/Good Standing, Academic Warning, Academic Probation, Academic Dismissal, Readmission Policy, Fresh Start Program-Academic Policies, Academic Dishonesty, Reporting Grades, Dean's List, Drop/Add, Withdrawal from a Course, Attendance, Leave of Absence, Withdrawal from University, Privacy Act Information, Testing,Student Services 132 Counseling, Disabled Student Services, Dress Code, Bookstore, Housing, Documentation Standards for Freshmen Living off Campus, Food Service, Student Vehicles, Security, Reporting Campus Crime, Airport Transportation, Student Health Services, Tutoring Services, Procedures for AppealPolicies Governing University Services 137 Education Records and Student's Right to Privacy, The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)Career Services 138Student Activities Athletics, Outdoor Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Fitness Center, Lake 139 Equipment, Putting Green, Swimming Pool, Tennis Courts, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), American Criminal Justice Association (ACJA), Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), Student Leadership Association, Society of Hosteurs, Society of International Students, Sport Business Management Club, Student Government Association (SGA), Student Activities Board, Sound of the Warrior, Quality club, Intramurals, Rotaract Club, Student Publication(s) (The Warrior)Student Finances 141 Financial Policies (Paying Tuition and Fees, Cancellation Policy, Holds, Official Notice, General Regulations), Full-Time Student Fees per Semester (Tuition and Fees, Housing, Meal Plan, Budgets), Part-Time Student Fees, Graduation Fee, Incomplete Fee, Overload Fee, Technology Fee, Lab Fee, Withdrawal, Cancellation & Refund PolicyFinancial Aid 147 Financial Aid Application Procedures, Types of Financial Aid (Webber International University Scholarship Program, Federal and State Programs) 6 Table of ContentsGeneral 155 Transient Students, Webber/SFSC Articulation Agreement, Webber/PSC Articulation Agreement, International AgreementsMBA Program 157 Instruction Methods and Strategies, Standard MBA, MBA Accounting Option, MBA Criminal Justice Management, MBA International Business Option, MBA Sport Business Management Option, Admissions Standards, Student Finances, Education Records and Student's Right to PrivacyCourse Requirements for MBA Program 168MBA Course Descriptions 170Board of Trustees 176Administration and Staff 177Faculty 180Adjunct Faculty 183Athletics 184Directions to Webber International University 187 7 Academic Calendar Undergraduate Program Fall 2019 – Summer 2020 FALL SEMESTER 2019 Full Term 16-Weeks May-July Early Fall Registration Aug. 21 Residence Halls Open – 9:00am Aug. 21-23 Orientation, Advising and Registration Aug. 26 Classes BEGIN Aug. 26-27 Schedule Adjustment Aug. 28-30 Drop/Add – Fee Sept. 2 Labor Day – No Classes Oct. 18 MIDTERM Nov. 15 Last Day to Withdraw Nov. 27-29 Thanksgiving Break – No Classes Dec. 6 Classes END Dec. 7- 12 FINAL EXAMS TERMS A & B 8-Weeks A-Term B-Term Aug. 26 Classes BEGIN Oct. 21 Classes BEGIN Aug. 26-28 Drop/Add – Fee Oct. 21-23 Drop/Add – Fee Sept. 2 Labor Day – No Classes Nov. 22 Last Day to Withdraw Sept. 27 Last Day to Withdraw Nov. 27-29 Thanksgiving – No Classes Oct. 18 Classes END/FINAL EXAM Dec. 12 Classes END/FINAL EXAM TERMS C, D, E, F 4-Weeks (Online)*Note: each C, D, E, F term applies to online courses only and begins on a Monday and ends on a Sunday
C-Term E-Term Sept. 2 Classes BEGIN Oct. 28 Classes BEGIN Sept. 2 Labor Day Oct. 31-Nov. 1 Drop/Add - Fee Sept. 5-6 Drop/Add - Fee Nov. 11 Last Day to Withdraw Sept. 16 Last Day to Withdraw Nov. 24 Classes END Sept. 29 Classes END D-Term F-Term Sept. 30 Classes BEGIN Nov. 25 Classes BEGIN Oct. 3-4 Drop/Add - Fee Nov. 28-Dec. 1 Thanksgiving Break Oct. 14 Last Day to Withdraw Dec. 2-3 Drop/Add - Fee Oct. 27 Classes END Dec. 9 Last Day to Withdraw Dec. 22 Classes END 8 Academic Calendar Undergraduate Program Fall 2019 – Summer 2020 SPRING SEMESTER 2020 Full Term 16-Weeks Jan. 6 Residence Halls Open – 9:00am Jan. 6-8 Orientation, Advising, and Registration Jan. 9 Classes BEGIN Jan. 9-10 Schedule Adjustment Jan. 13-15 Drop/Add - Fee Jan. 20 Martin Luther King – No Classes March 6 MIDTERM March 16-20 Spring Break – No Classes April 3 Last day to Withdraw April 10 Good Friday – No Classes April 24 Classes END April25-30 FINAL EXAMS May 1 Graduation Rehearsal – 1:00PM Graduation - 6:00PM TERMS A & B 8-Weeks A-Term B-Term Jan. 6 Classes BEGIN March 2 Classes BEGIN Jan. 6-8 Drop/Add – Fee March 2-4 Drop/Add – Fee Jan. 20 Marin Luther King – No Classes March 16-20 Spring Break – No Classes Feb. 7 Last Day to Withdraw April 10 Last Day to Withdraw Feb. 28 Classes END/FINAL EXAM May 1 Classes END/FINAL EXAM TERMS C, D, E, F 4-Weeks (Online)*Note: each C,D,E,F term applies to online courses only and begins on a Monday and ends on a Sunday
C-Term E-Term Jan. 13 Classes BEGIN March 9 Classes BEGIN Jan. 16-17 Drop/Add - Fee March 12-13 Drop/Add - Fee Jan. 20 Martin Luther King – No Classes March 23 Last Day to Withdraw Jan. 27 Last Day to Withdraw April 5 Classes END Feb. 9 Classes END F-Term D-Term April 6 Classes BEGIN Feb. 10 Classes BEGIN April 9-10 Drop/Add - Fee Feb. 13-14 Drop/Add - Fee April 10-13 Easter Break – No Classes Feb. 24 Last Day to Withdraw April 20 Last Day to Withdraw 9 March 8 Classes END May 3 Classes END 9 Academic Calendar Undergraduate Program Fall 2019– Summer 2020 SUMMER SEMESTER 2020 Full Term 14-Weeks May 11 Classes BEGIN May 11-12 Schedule Adjustment May 13-15 Drop/Add - Fee May 25 Memorial Day – No Classes July 3 Midterm July 4 Independence Day - Holiday July 30 Last Day to Withdraw – Fee August 7 Classes End August 10-14 FINAL EXAMS August 16 Term Ends TERMS A & B 7-Weeks A-Term B-Term May 11 Classes BEGIN June 29 Classes BEGIN May 13-15 Drop/Add – Fee July 2-3 Drop/Add – Fee May 25 Memorial Day – No Classes July 4 Independence Day – No Classes June 5 Midterm July 24 Midterm June 11 Last Day to Withdraw July 30 Last Day to Withdraw June 19 Classes End August 7 Classes End June 22-26 FINAL EXAMS August 10-14 FINAL EXAMS June 28 Term Ends August 16 Term Ends TERMS C, D, E, F 4-Weeks (Online)*Note: each C, D, E, F term applies to online courses only and begins on a Monday and ends on a Sunday
C-Term E-Term May 11 Classes BEGIN July 6 Classes BEGIN May 14-15 Drop/Add – Fee July 9-10 Drop/Add – Fee May 22 Last Day to Withdraw July 20 Last Day to Withdraw May 25 Memorial Day – No Classes August 2 Classes END June 7 Classes END D-Term F-Term June 8 Classes BEGIN August 3 Classes BEGIN June 11-12 Drop/Add – Fee August 6-7 Drop/Add – Fee June 22 Last Day to Withdraw August 17 Last Day to Withdraw July 4 Independence Day – No Classes August 30 Classes END July 5 Classes END 10
2019-2020 UNIVERSITY CATALOG NUMBER 79 Fall 2019 – Summer 2020 FALL SEMESTER 2019 TERMS A & B 8-Weeks Oct. 31-Nov. 1 Drop/Add - Fee Nov. 11 Last Day to Withdraw Nov. 24 Classes END . 9 May 3 Academic Calendar Undergraduate Program Fall 2019 – Summer 2020
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