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WLC College of Adult & Graduate Studies

College of Adult & Graduate Studies

Graduation Requirements

Students seeking to graduate with a bachelor's degree in Business Management and Leadership must:

  • Fulfill all financial obligations to WLC.
  • Complete a total of 128 semester credits with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better (inclusive of transferred credits from prior colleges).
  • Within the total credits for graduation, complete 48 semester credits in the degree completion program major with a grade point average of 2.5 or better.
  • Within the total credits for graduation, complete 30 semester credits* of general education requirements including:
    • Social Science (9 hours)
    • Natural Science (9 hours)
    • Humanities (9 hours)
    • Theology (3 hours)

*Courses within the business management and leadership major meet part of this requirement. Students entering the accelerated degree completion program with less than 77 transferrable credits and no transferrable theology credits are advised to take an additional 3 credits in theology as part of their general education requirements. Transfer credits may be applied to general education requirements.

Total Credits Required for Graduation 128 credits
Maximum transfer credits from 2-year college
college parallel C or better
72 credits
Maximum TOTAL transfer 80 credits
Minimum credits to enter program 50 credits
Major (Business Management and Leadership) 48 credits
Maximum Credits by Demonstrated Competency 30 credits
Maximum Portfolio/Life Experience 15 credits
Maximum CLEP/DSST 15 credits
Liberal Arts Core 30 credits
Social Sciences 9 credits
Humanities 9 credits
Natural Sciences 9 credits
Theology Course 3 credits
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