Gannon University Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2023

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however, will be reflected. Any exception to the rule of one course per semester can be allowed only with the approval of the student’s dean. Courses taken beyond those needed for degree requirements may be taken pass-fail in addition to the twelve credits allowed.

REPEAT COURSES A student may repeat a course. The student is required to take the course at Gannon and submit written notice of a repeated course to the Registrar’s Office if he or she wishes to have the repeat noted on the transcript. Forms are available in the Registrar’s Office. When a student elects to repeat a course, the letter “R” will be placed in front of the original grade and the original grade will not be calculated in the grade point average (GPA). This policy is limited to 15 credits of course work. Each repeat registration is counted as a course. This policy does not cover the situation when the “repeat” (or subsequent) course was completed prior to fall 1972 semester unless the student is readmitted. Courses repeated beyond 15 credits will have both grades calculated in the GPA. Repeated courses can only be included once in all degree requirements for graduation. A student may be granted permission to repeat a failed Gannon course at another institution. However, since credits transfer but not grades, the original course cannot be coded as a repeat. Refer to Bachelor Degree Requirements under the Degree Requirements section of this catalog for additional regulations about failed courses. Some Academic Programs have a more restrictive repeat policy. Contact the Program Director for more information. A course failed in the field of concentration may be repeated once. If not successfully passed, the student is not permitted to continue in that field of concentration.

STUDENT ACADEMIC GRIEVANCE POLICY Scope and Purpose: 1. This policy addresses academic grievances only. An academic grievance is defined as a complaint brought by a student regarding the University’s provision of education and academic (only) services affecting their role as a student. Complaints or grievances connected to assigned grades represent a special case to the grievance process. Grading reflects careful and deliberate assessment of a student’s performance by a faculty member. As such, the substance of grading decisions may not be delegated to the grievance process. Nevertheless, the University recognizes that in rare cases the process of grading may be subject to error or injustice. Therefore, a student who alleges an error or injustice in the grading process would follow this policy toward resolution. 2. This policy does not apply to student complaints regarding employment or alleged violations of other policies in the student handbook. 3. It is the intent that this policy to provide an efficient process, allowing for both informal and formal resolution of grievances related to academic concerns, complaints or allegations. 4. A student must initiate a grievance as close as possible to the date of the occurrence of the incident and no later than 45 days after the end of the semester in which the alleged grievance occurred. The three summer sessions are considered as one semester. General Guidelines Academic grievance procedures should be kept as informal as possible based on principles of mediation and conciliation. Every reasonable effort should be made to resolve any academic grievance at the lowest organizational level possible. In the event that it cannot be resolved informally, the student may seek resolution at the next higher level according to the Formal Resolution procedure.


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Chemistry Forensic Science.................................................................................................................................... 626

34min
pages 472-489

Biology

18min
pages 463-471

Nutrition

41min
pages 443-462

Theology

1min
page 431

Theology...................................................................Bachelor of Arts

13min
pages 426-430

Sociology

1min
page 425

Social Work

1min
page 424

Social Work...............................................................Bachelor of Arts

10min
pages 418-421

Public Service and Global Affairs .........................Bachelor of Arts

6min
pages 415-417

Psychology ...............................................................Bachelor of Arts

16min
pages 403-409

Psychology

1min
page 414

Pre-Law

1min
page 402

Psychology ...............................................................Bachelor of Science

4min
pages 410-413

Political Science

1min
page 399

Political Science .......................................................Bachelor of Arts

9min
pages 394-398

Philosophy ...............................................................Bachelor of Arts

7min
pages 390-392

Mortuary Science.....................................................Bachelor of Science

3min
pages 388-389

Military Science

11min
pages 383-387

Library

1min
page 382

Interdisciplinary Studies........................................Associate of Arts

1min
page 377

Legal Studies ...........................................................Bachelor of Arts

2min
page 378

Interdisciplinary Studies........................................Bachelor of Arts

4min
pages 374-376

History ......................................................................Bachelor of Arts

20min
pages 364-371

History

2min
pages 372-373

Global Language

1min
page 357

Global Languages....................................................Bachelor of Arts

5min
pages 354-356

English Teaching Certificate ..................................Bachelor of Arts

5min
pages 347-350

English ......................................................................Bachelor of Arts

14min
pages 340-346

Early Childhood Education and Early Intervention ..........................................Associate of Science

3min
pages 327-328

Early Childhood Education PreK-4 .....................Associate of Arts

1min
page 326

Middle Level 4-8......................................................Bachelor of Science

15min
pages 313-323

Early Childhood Education PreK-4/ Special Education PreK-12.....................................Bachelor of Science

5min
pages 309-312

Secondary Education 7-12

3min
pages 324-325

Early Childhood Education PreK-4......................Bachelor of Science

1min
page 308

Student inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and other non-discrimination policies are to be referred to the Gannon University Title IX Coordinator, Susan Majocka, Beyer Hall

5min
pages 306-307

Criminal Justice .......................................................Bachelor of Arts

30min
pages 290-300

Fine Arts

4min
pages 286-287

Theatre and Communication Arts ........................Bachelor of Arts

3min
pages 280-281

Theatre Design and Technologies.........................Bachelor of Arts

5min
pages 283-285

Advertising Communication.................................Bachelor of Arts

1min
page 268

Theatre Performance for Media and Stage..........Bachelor of Arts

1min
page 282

Applied Intelligence ...............................................Bachelor of Science

10min
pages 260-263

Software Engineering International Degrees ......Bachelors of Science and Bachelors of Engineering in Software Engineering

6min
pages 252-256

College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

8min
pages 257-259

Software Engineering

17min
pages 242-251

Mechanical Engineering

27min
pages 228-241

Information Systems

13min
pages 219-225

Geographic Information Systems

14min
pages 199-204

Industrial Engineering

27min
pages 205-218

Environmental Science

2min
page 198

Environmental Science

6min
pages 194-197

Cyber Engineering

6min
pages 187-189

Environmental Engineering

7min
pages 190-193

Electrical Engineering

36min
pages 171-186

Cybersecurity

4min
pages 161-162

Electrical Engineering

12min
pages 164-170

Cyber Engineering

1min
page 163

Cybersecurity

6min
pages 157-160

Computer Science

3min
pages 153-154

Computer Science-Software Engineering Dual Degree.......................................2x Bachelors of Science in Computer Science and in Software Engineering Cyber Engineering ..................................................Bachelor of Science in

3min
pages 155-156

Computer Science

34min
pages 137-152

Biomedical Engineering

31min
pages 119-136

University Square, Erie, PA 16541-0001; 814-871-7224; kerner005@gannon.edu Employee inquiries concerning Gannon non-discrimination policy are to be referred to Caprice Hudson, Human Resources Senior Generalist 814-871-7145; hudson015@gannon.edu.

25min
pages 109-118

Accounting

1min
page 93

Academic Policies and Procedures

40min
pages 51-66

College of Engineering and Business

24min
pages 79-92

Special Programs

13min
pages 67-73

Innovation and Creativity

6min
pages 76-78

Student Life and Support Services

47min
pages 30-48

Admission to the University

14min
pages 14-20

Liberal Studies Core Curriculum

4min
pages 74-75

Degree Requirements, Academic Awards

4min
pages 49-50
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