III. Business Administration and Law

BBA students who have completed three years of the BBA program may be admitted to the UNB Faculty of Law and may qualify for the BBA degree by successfully completing the first year of the Law program. To qualify for the BBA, such students must have credit for all of the REQUIRED courses specified for the BBA degree (except BA 4101) and must have a session grade point average of at least 2. 0. Students must apply to and be accepted by the Faculty of Law. The current regulations of that Faculty require a minimum grade point average of 2.7 (on a 4. scale) before a student without a degree will be considered for admission. The average admission GPA for students accepted in 2008 was 3.8. The final grade-point average for BBA degree purposes will be determined by including the results in the first year of the Law program as part of the "final" credit hours used.