Academic Calendar - 2018

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2018

Huron

Combined Degree Program HONORS SPECIALIZATION IN GLOBAL CULTURE STUDIES/HBA
Centre for Global Studies


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The combined degree programs are administered on behalf of the Richard Ivey School of Business and Huron University College, Faculty of Arts and Social Science, Centre for Global Studies.

The combined program is a five-year program leading to a BA in Honors Business Administration (HBA) and a BA (Honors) with Honors Specialization in one of the Honors Specialization modules offered in the Centre for Global Studies: Global Development Studies, Global Culture Studies, or Globalization Studies. In Years 1 and 2, students are registered in Huron University College in the Faculty of Arts and Social Science and follow the normal curriculum for the Honors Specialization module. In Year 3, students are registered in the HBA program. Students are registered in the combined program for Years 4 and 5. The combined program is outlined below. Students in the combined program must meet the language requirement for graduation with an Honors Specialization module from the Centre for Global Studies. (See Centre for Global Studies section of the Calendar for details.)

Admission Requirements


Students apply to the combined degrees during the first year of the HBA. To be eligible for admission, students must complete a minimum of 10.0 courses including the admission requirements as specified in the current Academic Calendar for entry into the Honors Specialization in Global Development Studies as well as Business Administration 2257. Students must be enrolled at Huron in Years 1 and 2. Students must attain a minimum two-year average of 80% (10.0 credits), a minimum mark of 70% in Business Administration 2257, a minimum mark of 60% in any option course, and satisfy the minimum progression requirements for the Honors Specialization module. Demonstrated participation in extracurricular and/or community activities, leadership, and work experience are also admission criteria for the HBA.

In addition, students must attain a minimum weighted rounded average of 78% in the first year of the HBA. For students who have completed more than 10.0 credits prior to registration in HBA1, a minimum overall average of 80% is required in the 10.0 courses taken in Years 2 and 3, with no mark less than 60% and a minimum mark of 70% in Business Administration 2257. Applications for the combined degrees must be made on-line to the HBA Program by the published deadlines for Ivey. The Ivey School's Advanced Entry Opportunity (AEO) students are also eligible to apply to the combined degrees. Entrance to the combined degrees is competitive and limited.

Language Requirement for Graduation with an Honors Specialization from the Centre for Global Studies
Students graduating with the Honors Specialization must satisfy the language requirement in one of the following ways:

• 2.0 language courses with progression from one level to the next (e.g., 1030 level to 2000, or 2000 level to 3000) in any language other than English
• 2.0 language courses in two different languages (other than English) at any level
• By demonstrating fluency in a language other than English
Students are permitted to use language courses at the 2000 level or above to meet module requirements where appropriate.

International Experience

Students in this combined degree program are required to achieve a significant international experience. Four-month exchange opportunities may be taken through Huron or Ivey in Year 4 or 5. Exchange may not occur during the HBA1 year. Courses taken on exchange at Ivey's exchange partners to meet the requirements of the Honors Specialization module must be approved by the Centre for Global Studies prior to the exchange. Courses taken on exchange at Huron partners to meet the requirements of the HBA degree must be approved by the HBA Program Director. Students wishing to enrol in Ivey's exchange program must apply through Ivey for specific exchange partner schools. Four-month summer experiences in another country or experiences facilitated by the Canadian International Development Agency (this experience may also be the foundation for the CGS 4000-level requirement) and Huron in Honduras also apply. Other international experiences may be recognized upon approval from the HBA Program Director and Huron's Director of the Centre for Global Studies.

Module/Program Information


Year 1

0.5 course from: Centre for Global Studies 1000 - level. (This 0.5 credit is not applied to the degree requirements, but it is required for entry into the degree module.)
1.0 course from: language other than English.  See CGS language requirement (not part of the 9.0 for Honors Specialization, but a requirement for CGS degree).
3.5 courses to make up full course load. Anthropology, English, Geography, History, Media, Information and Technoculture, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Women's Studies are recommended for first year courses.

Note: Students enter the Honors Specialization in Global Culture Studies in the 2nd year. To be admitted to this Honors Specialization students must have: completion of first year requirements with no failures;  students must have an average of at least 70% across 5.0 first year courses which will consist of the 3.0 principal courses, including the 0.5 CGS course, with no mark in these principal courses below 60%.



Year 2

0.5 course: CGS 2003F/G.
0.5 course from: CGS 2002F/G, CGS 2004F/G.
1.0 course from: CGS 3512F/G, CGS 3521F/G, CGS 3522F/G, CGS 3523F/G, CGS 3524F/G.
1.0 course from: CGS 3000 - 3999 level
1.0 course from: language other than English, either in progression from language studied in Year 1, or in a language different from that studied in Year 1.  See Centre for Global Studies language requirement (not part of the 9.0 for Honors Specialization, but requirement for Centre for Global Studies degree).
1.0 course: Business Administration 2257.

Year 3: HBA1
The third year of the undergraduate program in Business Administration consists of an integrated set of courses (7.5 courses) designed to give a basic understanding of the functions and the interrelationships of the major areas of management, as well as to develop problem-solving and action-planning skills.

All students will take: Business Administration 3300K, Business Administration 3301K, Business Administration 3302K, Business Administration 3303K, Business Administration 3304K, Business Administration 3311K, Business Administration 3316K, Business Administration 3321K, Business Administration 3322K, Business Administration 3323K.

No substitute for any of the above courses is permitted under any circumstances.


Years 4 and 5:
(HBA requirements can be taken over Year 4 or 5 except Business 4569, which must be taken in Year 4)

2.5 courses:

2.5 additional business elective courses.

Years 4 and 5: Huron Global Culture Studies

Year 4

0.5 course from: CGS 3005F/G.
0.5 course from: CGS 3001F/G, CGS 3006F/G.

Years 4 and 5

0.5 course from: CGS 3515F/G.
0.5 course from: CGS 3512F/G, CGS 3521F/G, CGS 3522F/G, CGS 3523F/G, CGS 3524F/G.
1.0 course from: CGS 3000-4999 level.
1.0 course from: CGS 4000-4999 level
2.0 courses from: Anthropology 2201F/G, Anthropology 2255E, Anthropology 2284F/G, Anthropology 3305F/G, Chinese 2243F/G, Chinese 3652F/G, Disability Studies 2216A/B, English 2361E, English 2362F/G, English 3884E, Foods and Nutrition 3400A/B, Foods and Nutrition 3450F/G, French 3140B, French 3750F/G-3751F/G, French 3752F/G, Geography 2410A/B, Geography 3411A/B, Geography 3412F/G, Geography 3415A/B, History 2701E, History 2702E, History 2808F/G, Japanese 3650F/G, MIT 2200F/G, MIT 3100F/G, MIT 3225F/G, MIT 3376F/G, MIT 3720F/G, MIT 3935F/G, Philosophy 2556F/G, Philosophy 2630F/G, Philosophy 2810F/G, Philosophy 2812F/G, Philosophy 3880F/G, Political Science 3304F/G, Political Science 3306F/G, Psychology 3710F/G, Psychology 3725F/G, Sociology 2208F/G, Sociology 2270A/B, Sociology 2271A/B, Visual Arts History 3386F/G, Women's Studies 2205F/G, Women's Studies 2240F/G, Women's Studies 2263F/G, Women's Studies 3350F/G, Writing 2219F/G, the former Anthropology 3266F/G, the former Disability Studies 3310F/G, the former English 2260F/G, the former English 2310E, the former English 3880F/G, the former English 3882F/G, the former Film Studies 2251E, the former Political Science 3389E, the former Visual Arts History 2285, the former Visual Arts History 3385E or other courses approved by the Centre for Global Studies.

For students who entered the HBA Program in September 2016 and prior, please refer to the 2016-2017 Academic Calendar.

Degree Requirements

Students registered in the combined degrees are expected to abide by all guidelines associated with each of the individual degrees.


Progression


Progression Requirements

Students in these combined degrees must meet the following progression standards: Students enrolled in first year HBA (Year 3) must attain a minimum weighted rounded average of 78%. In Year 4, students must attain a minimum weighted average of 75% in their 4000-level HBA courses and a minimum cumulative modular average of 75% with no mark less than 60% in any modular courses required for the Honors Specialization. In Year 5, students must attain a minimum weighted average of 75% in their 4000-level HBA courses and a minimum cumulative modular average of 70% with no mark less than 60% in any modular courses required for the Honors Specialization.

Failure to Meet Progression Standards

A student who fails to meet the progression standards in any year must withdraw from the combined degrees. With permission from the appropriate HBA Program Director and/or Huron’s Director of the Centre for Global Studies, the student may continue in one degree, and request permission from the other School to complete the other degree at a later date.

A student who fails to meet the progression standards in any year of the combined degrees may appeal the decision in writing to either the HBA Program Director or Huron’s Director of the Centre for Global Studies, depending upon the degree in which the progression standards were not met, in accordance with the University's policies on Academic Rights and Responsibilities.

Dean's Honor List

Students are considered for the Dean's Honor List at Huron University College in Years 1 and 2 and at the Business School during their first year of HBA (Year 3).

At the Richard Ivey School of Business, students are considered for the Dean's Honor list during their first year of HBA. Students enrolled in Years 4 and 5 of the combined degrees are considered for the Dean’s Honor List at the Business School in Year 5 only. Only grades obtained in 4000-level Business courses will be used in calculating averages for the purpose of determination of Dean's Honor List standing. The Dean's Honor List for HBA2 typically includes the top 25% of all of HBA2 and is determined by vote of the teaching faculty. Courses taken outside the Business School are excluded. Calculations for Ivey Scholar and Gold Medals are completed the same way.

Students who take courses required for the Centre for Global Studies Honors Specialization module totalling at least 2.5 courses in Year 4 and 4.0 courses in Year 5 of the combined degrees are considered for the Dean's Honor List at Huron University College in each of those years on the basis of those courses.


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Fees

Students pay the prevailing fees as determined by the University policy on combined degrees.