College of Online and Continuing Education submission. Students who do not participate during the first week forfeit their rights to be reinstated into the course. Both the faculty member and the Online administration will make a good faith effort to contact students before withdrawing them by sending an email from their SNHU email address to the student’s SNHU email address. The university reserves the right to withdraw students who fail to meet financial or academic obligations or who, because of misconduct, disrupt the academic process.
Student Initiated Withdrawals Graduate students may withdraw from courses at any time during the first six weeks of the graduate term with thecourse grade of “W.” Any withdrawals after the 6th week will only be allowed for conditions beyond the student’s control (e.g., illness documented by a physician’s letter) and must be approved by the instructor. Withdrawals are not permitted in the last week of class. The following policies apply to ALL students taking online or center-based face-to-face and hybrid courses. Students should review carefully as policies differ slightly based on the type of course (i.e.,: online, face-to-face, or hybrid). All withdrawals must be submitted online via the COCE withdrawal form. No paper withdrawal forms or emails will be accepted. In all cases, the effective date of withdrawal is based on receipt of the official, completed form. For the purpose of withdrawals, term weeks start on Mondays and end on Sundays. Merely ceasing to attend classes does not constitute an official withdrawal for academic or financial reasons. Any student who has not officially been withdrawn from a course will automatically be assigned a grade of “F” for said course, and be responsible for full tuition and any accompanying fees.
Withdrawal Refund Policy Please refer to https://www.snhu.edu/648.asp for the current withdrawal policy.
Questions? If you have any questions regarding the withdrawal policy, please contact your academic advisor.
Academic programs offered through the College of Online and Continuing Education Associate of Arts (A.A) A.A. Liberal Arts
Associate of Science (A.S) A.S. Accounting A.S. Business Administration A.S. Computer Information Technology A.S. Justice Studies A.S. Marketing
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) B.A. Communication B.A. Community Sociology B.A. Computer Information Technology B.A. Creative Writing B.A. Early Childhood Education B.A. Elementary Education B.A. Elementary Education with Special Education B.A. English Language and Literature B.A. General Studies in Education B.A. History B.A. Psychology B.A. Psychology Child and Adolescent Development Concentration B.A. Psychology Forensic Psychology Concentration B.A. Special Education
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) B.S. Accounting B.S. Accounting/Finance B.S. Accounting/Information Systems B.S. Business Administration B.S. Business Administration/Human Resource Management Concentration B.S. Business Administration/Organizational Leadership Concentration B.S. Business Administration/Small Business Management Concentration B.S. Business Studies B.S. Business Studies Accounting Concentration B.S. Business Studies Business Administration Concentration B.S. Business Studies Business Finance Concentration B.S. Business Studies Computer Information Technology Concentration B.S. Business Studies Human Resource Management Concentration B.S. Business Studies International Management Concentration B.S. Business Studies Marketing Concentration B.S. Business Studies Organizational Leadership Concentration B.S. Business Studies Small Business Management Concentration B.S. Business Studies Sport Management Concentration B.S. Computer Information Technology B.S. Finance/Economics B.S. International Business B.S. Justice Studies B.S. Justice Studies Policing & Law Enforcement Concentration B.S. Justice Studies Crime & Criminology Concentration B.S. Justice Studies Law & Legal Process Concentration B.S. Justice Studies Terrorism and Homeland Security Concentration B.S. Marketing B.S. Technical Management 27
The Graduate Course Catalog for Southern New Hampshire University for 2011-2012