“My educational journey began in medical school but culminated with George Washington University's Master in Business Administration program. The MBA melded my prior knowledge of medicine with business savvy that helped me further my career and prepared me for the challenging issues I would soon face on a daily basis.”
A minimum grade-point average of 3.0 must be maintained and is required for award of a graduate degree. All graduate courses and undergraduate courses taken for graduate credit after matriculation as a degree candidate (except those audited or taken for the grade of CR) will be used in the calculation of the grade-point average.
A student whose grade-point average falls below 3.0 at any point after completing 9 credit hours will be placed on probation. This probation extends through the period in which the student next attempts up to 12 credit hours of work, including prescribed courses. A student's program may be restricted by the program director if deemed necessary. During this period, the student's performance will be monitored to determine suitability for continued study. A student who fails to raise the cumulative grade-point average to 3.0 or better during the period of probation will be suspended. Incomplete grades are not allowed during the probation period and are grounds for automatic suspension. A student who is subject to probation for a second time at any point during the program is automatically suspended.
Students must complete 52.5 credit hours of course work and maintain a CGPA of 3.0 to be successful.
Students must complete a petition form after speaking with either the Graduate School Coordinator or their Student Services Advisor.