Graduate Programs Academic Bulletin (Academic Handbook)
Our Graduate Programs Academic Bulletin provides detailed information about our Master of Accountancy, Master of Business Administration, and Master of Trust and Wealth Management programs.View the 2021-2022 Academic Bulletin View the 2020-2021 Academic Bulletin
Archived Academic Bulletins
The Assistant Director of Graduate Programs will email students prior to each semester with the upcoming course schedule and registration form link. If you have any questions, please contact Sara Leak.
Students may purchase textbooks over the phone or online through the Campbell University Bookstore. Textbook information can be found online at www.campbell.bncollege.com. Students may also visit the bookstore located at 85 Main Street, Buies Creek, NC.
Campbell University reserves the right to change the schedule, limit enrollment, and cancel classes with insufficient enrollment. Campbell University reaffirms its standing policy of nondiscrimination in employment and in all of its programs and activities with respect to race, creed, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, or disability.
Graduate Program Degree Requirements
Only courses listed in the Graduate Programs Academic Bulletin may satisfy the graduate program’s degree requirements. View the Academic Bulletin for requirements for granting graduate degrees.
Applying for Graduation
A student must apply for granting of the graduate degree through the LFSB Graduate Programs Office at least one term before the date upon which the degree is expected to be conferred. An audit will be completed of all courses and grades before a diploma is ordered. Degrees are conferred in December, May, and August.
Applications received before the specified time will be processed for the desired graduation ceremony, assuming all requirements are met. Applications received after this time will be processed for the next graduation ceremony. Note that although degrees may be conferred in August, there is no graduation ceremony at that time. August graduates may choose to attend graduation ceremonies the following December.
*4+1 Students: Please remember to also apply for undergraduate graduation through the main university Registrar’s Office.
MBA Major Field Test
All MBA students must take the Major Field Test in order to graduate. The ETS® Major Field Tests are comprehensive undergraduate and MBA outcomes assessments designed to measure the critical knowledge and understanding obtained by students in a major field of study. The Major Field Tests go beyond the measurement of actual knowledge by helping us evaluate students’ ability to analyze and solve problems, understand relationships, and interpret material from their major field of study.
There is no specific way to “study” for the Major Field Test. Information regarding the examination can be found at https://www.ets.org/s/mft/pdf/mft_mba_flyer.pdf. Students will take the Major Field Test during their last semester of MBA coursework.
Students enrolled in the LFSB Graduate Programs Program may need to withdraw from their program. Students can receive a full tuition refund for the courses they are enrolled in at the time of withdrawal provided the withdrawal form is submitted by the fifth day of the term. No refund will be made after the fifth day of a term. To withdraw from a graduate program complete the Program Withdrawal Form and submit it to the Graduate Programs Office.
Grading and Refund Policy
Effective Fall 2016
Course Drop/Withdrawal – All Terms/Semesters
|Days into Semester||Tuition Refund|
|Week 1 (Days 1 – 5) – Course dropped with no grade||100%|
|Week 2 – Course dropped with no grade||No Refund|
|Week 3-5 – Course dropped with grade “W” assigned||No Refund|
|Week 6-8 – Course dropped with a grade “F” assigned||No Refund|
Questions about financial aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid. The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business does not offer scholarships for graduate students at this time.
Students enrolled in the 4+1 MBA program must maintain 12 undergraduate credit hours (per semester) during the 4th year to maintain Campbell University scholarships and loans designated for undergraduates. During the 5th year, students will be considered graduate students and no longer eligible for undergraduate scholarships or loans.
Questions about tuition, bills, payment options, please contact the Bursar’s Office.
The Campbell University Health Center provides health care for the graduate business students on the main campus, including diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries, either directly in the facility or through referrals to the appropriate health care providers in the region. Health Services operation hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Students should call (910) 893-1562 to schedule an appointment to see the Health Services Physician.
The Department of Behavioral Health at the School of Osteopathic Medicine provides free, confidential brief counseling to Campbell University graduate business students at the Health Sciences Campus (Levine Hall – primary location), Buies Creek campus (Health Center), Raleigh Campus (Fridays only, Campbell Law School), and online through Web-X.
Appointments are available Monday through Friday from a.m. to 6 p.m. Students should email CUSOMBH@campbell.edu, call (910) 893-7295, or visit the website for an appointment with a counselor; please specify the location desired.
Note that student concerns and/or treatment needs beyond the score of Behavioral Health Clinical Services will be referred to community providers to be seen at student’s expense.
If you are having thoughts of harming yourself or someone else, please call the Suicide Prevention Hotline available 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255 or go to your nearest emergency room.