Evening & Weekend MBA Program


GRADES



Grades in the EWMBA Program are based on the four-point system:

A+ = A = 4.0; A- = 3.7; B+ = 3.3; B = 3.0; B- = 2.7; C+ = 2.3; C = 2.0; C- = 1.7; D+ = 1.3; D = 1.0; D- = 0.7; F = 0.0.

To obtain your grades, shortly after the end of the Fall or Spring semester, go to Bear Facts at http://bearfacts.berkeley.edu.

Continuation of and readmission to the EWMBA Program is dependent upon you remaining in good academic standing. We will review your grades at the end of each semester. If, at any point, your GPA falls below a 3.0, your status in the program will be re-evaluated, and you will be placed on academic program. Improvement must be demonstrated or your position in the program will be at risk. In the event of a withdrawal while below a 3.0, a readmission petition may not be approved.


Core Grades
Starting in fall 2012, the faculty adopted the following grading policy for core courses:


The maximum mean GPA will be 3.45.

If you receive a grade of D+ or below in a core course you are required to repeat the course the next time it is offered. Both grades will appear on the transcript but only the most recently earned grade will be calculated into the grade point average. Note that you may not repeat courses for credit in which you receive a grade of C- or higher.


Electives
Starting in fall 2012, the faculty adopted the following grading policy for elective courses:


For electives with enrollments of 18 or more students: the maximum mean GPA will be 3.5. For electives with enrollments of fewer than 18 students: the mean GPA should not exceed 3.65.

If you receive a grade of D+ or below in an elective course you will not receive credit for the course and must enroll in another elective to replace the units. If you repeat the same elective course, both grades will appear on the transcript but only the most recently earned grade will be calculated into the grade point average. If you take a different elective course, both grades will appear on the transcript, and both grades will be calculated into the grade point average. Note that you may not repeat courses for credit in which you receive a grade of C- or higher.


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