6. BBA for Students with Another Bachelor's Degree
(See also Requirement for a Second Undergraduate Bachelor's Degree, Section B of this Calendar)
Students who obtained a G.P.A. of 3.0 or better in their undergraduate degree program should consider applying for the MBA program (see Section 3).
A. Graduates of UNB and Other Universities
Graduates of UNB are required to complete successfully a minimum of 30 additional ch and to have credit for all the required courses (or their equivalent) in the BBA program. In addition, students must maintain a session grade point average of at least 2.0 (see Section 8 on Degree Standing on Graduation below).
Graduates of other recognized universities must also have credit for all of the courses specifically required for the BBA but must, in addition, have successfully completed a minimum of 60 ch for the BBA degree or 63 ch for the Honours BBA degree at UNB. In addition, students must maintain a session grade point average of at least 2.0 (see BBA Regulations 7D, 7E and 8.)
B. Degree Standing on Graduation
Students taking the BBA program as a second degree may graduate with First, Second, or Third Division standing but not with Distinction.
i. Students who have a UNB undergraduate degree and are thus required to take a minimum of 30 additional ch (and to have credit for all the required courses in the BBA program) will have their division standing calculated on the basis of all the courses they take while registered for the BBA degree, plus all of the required courses for the BBA for which they received grades from UNB in their other undergraduate degree at UNB.
ii. Students whose first undergraduate degree is from another university are required to complete at least 60 additional ch and to have credit for all required courses in the BBA program. Their division standing will be calculated on all of the courses they have taken while registered at UNB.