Program requirements of the first “+1”
Students must complete 18 credits of LU courses in the fall and winter sessions (September 2013 to April 2014).
Students are also required to enroll in the non-credit Workplace Communication Skills in Canada course (COMM 0513) which runs on Friday’s beginning in October and ends mid-April each academic year.
Students, who fail a course in the first semester, must replace that course with another option in the winter session or through the online degree program options.
Students should enroll in the following courses:
Students who require the CGA TX1 course:
Students who achieve a total average of 65% for both COMM 4116 and COMM 4117 will receive advanced standing for the CGA TX1 course. LU will forward a copy of the transcript to the TPEI office in Beijing.
Students who require the CGA AU2 course:
Students who complete these courses will be better prepared to write the final CGA AU2 examination (no advanced standing provided in the CGA Program of Professional Studies).
Additional elective options:
Students of the 3+1+1 program are usually registered in TX1, BC2, AU2 and FN2 while they are completing the LU first “+1” H.B.Com program. Students however, should be encouraged to focus on TX1 and BC2 ONLY as they are the only prerequisites for entry to the second “+1” (MBA program). The other CGA Program requirements can be completed once admitted to the second “+1”.
Program requirements of the second “+1” – MBA
Students following the 3+1+1 program will be required to complete courses equivalent to those in the 4+1 degree program. Students study at LU over three semesters.
The courses include:
9 credits of electives – preferably 1 in the winter semester and 2 in the spring semester
MBA graduation requirements
Students must have successfully completed 30 credits of LU courses and have achieved a 70% average.
In order to complete the MBA degree, 3+1+1 students must have successfully completed the advanced levels of the CGA Program of Professional Studies, the PACE electives (AU2, FN2) and have registered for either PA1 or PA2.